Today I want to talk about the world of Groupon Coupons…specifically Groupon Coupons for fitness purchases. This site might just may be my new BFF (or at least, a trusted friend) when it comes to future purchases for fitness and workout gear.
It’s a slightly confusing concept. Groupon, by nature, is a coupon site (completely obvious by the name itself), so for it to have this distinct part of the site focused on “coupons” sounds redundant. However, it’s a nice little bonus feature that’s different from the rest of the site because these are legit coupons that can be used directly at stores – like clipping them out of a Sunday newspaper, opposed to stuff you buy directly from Groupon. There’s like a million coupons (well more like something in the ten-thousands, but same thing…a lot) so you can find pretty much any store you can imagine.
I found a few fitness deals that I really like so I’ll call them out.
50% off shoes at Puma – I haven’t owned a pair of Puma’s in a while but they’re great walking and golf shoes. Half off is a great deal.
$15 off at FinishLine – I don’t really shop at this store, but I just might start for $20 off! I can always use a pair of gym shoes (sneakers/tennis shoes/trainers for you non-Midwest people) and $20 is enough to make me buy them at FinishLine opposed to the million other options.
25% off at Lucy’s – Have you ever shopped at this store? It’s kind of ignored in a world full of Lululemon fanatics, but they have really cute fitness gear. It’s pricey so this coupon is well worth it’s value.
40% off clearance items at Dick’s – I am obsessed with Dick’s so any coupon for this place is guaranteed to be used. They always have a huge clearance section at the stores, so online is probably similar.
Unfortunately, there are a few listings on the site that are pretty useless. I had a mini celebration when I saw a coupon for a Spartan race, but it turns out, this “coupon” just takes you straight to the Spartan website. There are a few like that, where the coupon isn’t really a coupon – but not too many. My guess is that Groupon is preparing to put something cool in those deals and they’re placeholders for now.
I think Groupon Coupon will be another one of my go-to destinations before I make a purchase online, to see if I can get a little more of a deal. I suggest following them on Facebook and Twitter so they can just passively tempt you to hop on deals when they pop up on your timeline (because that’s exactly what we all need for our spending habits!).
There’s so many brands on the site, there’s a good chance you’ll stumble upon a deal that is perfect for you at the moment.