Groupon Daily Deals: Dali Decals, Vermont Brownie Co, Dwell Magazine, CafePress + More (3/18/2011)

by Jennifer on March 18, 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 Boston, MA you can get a 6- brownie sampler back from Vermont Brownie Company for just $15, shipping included.

In Washington D.C. you can get a 1-year subscription to Dwell magazine for just $10.

In South Bend, IN you can get $50 worth of customized t-shirts and gifts from CafePress for just $25.

In Worcester, MA you can get $50 worth of wall decals and more from Dali Decals for just $20.

In Baltimore, MD you can get $35 worth of wise desserts from Fancy Fortune Cookies for just $15.

In Cincinnati, OH you can get $75 worth of wine from Barclay’s Wine for just $25.

Locally, in Columbus, OH you can get $30 worth of Italian Fare at Butch’s Italian Cafe for just $15.

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 Pat March 18, 2011 at 1:31 PM

In a Groupon deal when the T&Cs say: Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Does that mean for that specific City offer. For instance CafePress is often offered through many different cities, if I purchased one from an offer in Spokane and another from an offer in South Bend, would I be able to use both?

2 Marcy March 18, 2011 at 3:33 PM

Pat – I am unclear on this. I’m pretty sure it means limit 1 per person across all cities though – because ultimately the company can track that they are shipping multiple orders to your house using a Groupon for the order. I think you would have to try at your own risk.

Does anyone else have thoughts on this?

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