I've been registered for ages but this is the first thing I've seen that we would actually use. I've jsut ordered it, what happens next? Will they email me the voucher? How do i know the deal will definitely be 'on'?
I'm thinking of getting one thats £995 (instead of £2700!) for invisible braces at a Harley Street dentist.
I'm feeling very sick about (potentially) spending so much money (although I have it in hard earned savings) at the click of a button, but absolutely HATE my bottom teeth, so it would be worth it ifitreallyisasgoodastheirliteraturesuggests.
Make sure you check the RRPs of their deals. I've found quite a few that are a complete con. When I complained to Groupon they didn't care so I got the ASA involved and they upheld my complaint. I have continued to buy some things from there but only if I think the price is good, not because of the massive discounts advertised.
Dont' assume you're getting a bargain just because they are claiming a high RRP. Often they bear no resemblance to what you could get if you shopped around anyway. Lots of very unhappy people when it comes to teeth whitening and restaurant deals in particular. Do lots of Googling for reviews before you commit to anything
I ordered a voucher from there as a birthday present for my mum. I gave it to her and the day after I got an email telling me the restaurant had decided not to honour the vouchers and I would get a refund.
I do see good stuff on there but I'm a bit wary now.
When you get your voucher, get in quickly and make your booking. I booked a spa day, waited a few days before getting in touch about making my booking with the spa and was told they didn't have a Saturday free till September!