You can get to groupon if you click here.
I thought when I typed it that I might be going crazy and maybe have been living in the land of y'all for a bit too long for my own English Language lovers good.
Please click here for proof of my ok-ness.
I bought a Groupon for an online art site
and wasted too much time decide what I wanted to adorn my naked living room wall.
It expired one day before I thought it did.
Lesson to me:
If you buy a Groupon, use it quickly.
Do not sit on it.
Because that is how they make their money.
And why you will have a naked wall for a while longer.
Got it, the mrs.?
No more Groupon unless you move on it quick.
(PS- just so you know, I wish I could be a couponer. I just can never remember to use them. Looks like this little flaw of mine lives on in the online realm as well.)
Oh how I hate that. Bummer, we just did that with a rollerskating one too. Though, I knew the date, just ran out of time. SOMETIMES if you call the company, they'll at least apply the cost of the groupon to the product. Worth a try.ReplyDelete
Same thing just happened to me for a diaper.com coupon. At least it was only $15.ReplyDelete
Oh that sucks. The starving artist fair in OKC has some good stuff. Just go early or you'll get stuck with junk!ReplyDelete
I've recently read a bunch of "fine print" on the groupon website, and they say they'll refund your money if you let it expire - check on it!ReplyDelete
That's too bad. Tell you what, I don't claim that it's as nice of art as you were going to buy, but you can pick any one of the pictures on my photoblog (http://photokapi.com/) and I will mail you an 8x10 of it, free of charge -- just so those walls don't have to be nekkid. LOL!ReplyDelete
PS There are well over 600 to choose from, so at least quantity if not quality is an option. =)