Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post by Groupon Coupons. All opinions expressed are my own.
I recently downsized my kids toy collection since it was starting to get out of hand, especially the amount of battery operated toys. Ugh! Now that we’ve minimized, my goal is to find a way to have toys without having the toys take over the house. I love seeing toys around the house here and there because I know this stage is fleeting. I like my children to feel that the house is a place to play and have fun, however, I don’t want the toys to be out of control and nearly impossible to clean up.
After getting rid of so many toys, I purchased some educational toy replacements including many books. And since I love saving money, Groupon Coupons was my go-to website for finding the best deals on both books and educational toys.
There’s no doubt that many people have saved an impressive amount of money by using Groupon Coupons. It’s a treasure trove for savings on all sorts of items and services. You can save anywhere from 10 – 50% or more on items like: toys, books, clothing, restaurant discounts and more! The best part? It’s totally FREE!
From the Groupon Coupons website you can check out the best offers of the day. After that, you can start a search for the exact item(s) that you need either by category or store. Right now Barnes & Noble has a coupon for 15% off any one item and Melissa & Doug is offering up to 20% off arts & crafts items.
Here are some of my favorite retailers that have great deals:
If your kids’ toy situation is out of control and you want to get a handle on it, why not turn it into a spring cleaning project? Replace all of those battery-operated toys or ones they’ve outgrown with some good quality toys by taking advantage of the amazing deals that Groupon Coupons offers. Happy purging and shopping!
Your turn: Do you ever use Groupon Coupons to save money and pay for toys, books or everyday necessities? Feel free to share in the comments.