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Back to School Shopping Made Easy with Groupon

It's that time! Time to get the kiddos ready for back-to-school... For us we only have 3 more weeks to get everything done. Thankfully, I'm done shopping from the school supply list but I still have to get shopping for back-to-school clothes done. I'll be using Groupon coupons to help me with this!
Groupon coupons makes back-to-school shopping easy with over 9,000 retailers including over 70,000 coupons, promo codes, and deals all on one convenient site. 
Shopping at Target for back-to-school? Perfect! Groupon Coupons has every deal you need to get your Target shopping done quick and painlessly. Right now Target deals include $5 off your $50 purchase with free shipping, 15% off your college registry, 10% off your back-to-school purchase, 30% your purchase from the Home department, and so many more including in-store coupons. Target is one of my favorite stores to shop so I'll definitely be using Groupon to find my Target deals!
JCPenney is another one of my preferred stores especially for school clothes and shoes... which is great because right now you can save with numerous JCPenney coupons found on Groupon. Coupons offered right now include an extra 30% plus free shipping on orders over $49, $10 off $50 kids clothes, 15% Off Sitewide, 25% off Nike, and many more. 
Prefer to shop from the Amazon app? That's cool, a lot of people do and I have you covered! Find current Amazon coupons and deals on Groupon including $15 Off $40 + With Prime Student Sign-Up, $10 Off Your First $20 Amazon Restaurants Order, $5 off when you use the Amazon app for the first time, 50% off Amazon Prime with Amazon Prime Student, plus TONS more! 

Shopping somewhere else for back-to-school? No problem! Groupon makes shopping easy from over 9,000 retailers including Office Depot,, Bed Bath & Beyond, UGG Australia, Rosetta Stone, and Lids. While you're shopping at Lids you could use the 30% coupon to pick me up an Ohio State Trucker Hat. 😉

While you're getting your back-to-school shopping done make sure to check out the coupons and deals for some last minute summer adventures from Fandago to the Best of Orlando. Also, don't forget to check out the hotel deals from Extended Stay America

Contact me if you need help finding those deals and also, 
let me know in the comments where you will be shopping for back-to-school and what type of last minute summer adventures you'll be planning. 

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