Groupon Daily Deals: (2/4/2011) Barnes & Noble, Canvas on Demand, Nutty Guys, Ticketbrocker.com, Wine Insiders + More

by Jennifer on February 4, 2011 · 2 comments

Here are a few of my favorite national Groupon deals for today. All deals listed below are available to anyone – regardless of where you live, unless otherwise noted.

In Columbus, and most other cities, you can still get in on the HOT Barnes & Noble deal that Marcy mentioned yesterday.  Get $20 worth of toys, games and books (including for an e-reader) for just $10.  Valid in store and online.

Also in Columbus you can get $25 worth of nuts, dried fruit and more for just $10 from the Nutty Guys.

In Oklahoma City you can get a $20 voucher towards tickets for concerts, sports events and more from Ticketbroker.com for just $10.

In Akron/Canton you can get $30 worth of jewelry, accessories and home goods from Blonde Birdie for just $15.

In Portland you can get $75 worth of wine from Wine Insiders’ Online Store for just $25.  Valid for new customers only.

In Los Angeles you can get an unframed custom text and  silhouette portrait from Carter Kustera.  You have 2 options – a 9×7 portrait for just $50 or a 12×9 portrait for $159.  Shipping included.

In Napa/Sonoma you can get $50 worth of photo books, cards and more from Mixbook for just $15.

In Bakersfield you can get $25 worth of foldable sandals from FlexFlop.com for just $10.

In Des Moines you can get $30 worth of candles and gifts from The Candleberry Candle Company for just $15.

In Atlanta you can get a 3-11 letter name art from Hal Jaffe Name Art for just $60.  Shipping is included.

In Minneapolis/St. Paul you can get $115 worth of keepsake books from Photobook America for just $35.

In Pittsburgh you can get a 16×20 gallery wrapped canvas from Canvas On Demand for just $45, shipping included.

In Erie you can get $25 worth of toys and games from Brighter Beginnings for just $10.

In Huntsville you can get a panoramic wall mural from Larger Than Life Prints for just $35.

View all of these offers and more here.

Groupon Girl also does a great round up on her site here.

Please note that you can purchase deals in any city. Just be sure to read the fine print to see if the in-store Groupons are limited to a specific store. Online deals tend to be available all over the country – for example, you can buy The Nutty Guys Groupon in any city and use it for yourself because it is for their website. Leave a comment if you have any questions and I’ll do my best to help!


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1 Mom24@4evermom February 4, 2011 at 12:55 PM

I’m pretty irked with Groupon right now. Evidently the Barnes & Noble promo crashed their site yesterday and I still can’t sign in to print my Groupons. Frankly, I think they need to do better.

2 Marcy February 4, 2011 at 1:21 PM

I am frustrated as well. :-(

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