In a pleasant surprise, I received a complementary box of produce from America’s Farmer.
The slight problem with the surprise delivery though was that it sat for a few days before I realized it was there. (I didn’t check my mail room at the condo with the Thanksgiving holiday.)
But, what we were able to salvage has been delicious and I would recommend their box delivery.
My 2 year old daughter loves the yellow pepper slices:
We also received a lemon, cucumber, red green and orange peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, onions, apples, pears, and a butternut squash.
This seems like a perfect service for when you can’t get to a local farmers market because they’re during working hours.
My daughter Elise and I were regular attendees at Quincy Farmers Market this year and we love getting direct from the farm produce.
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Readers, you may not know this about me, but I consider myself a coupon queen.
You won’t fine me on an episode of “Extreme Couponing” anytime soon, but I do pride myself on being able to save big using coupons – especially in my weekly food shopping. (Hilariously, the coupons I have the most trouble with being scanned are usually from the supermarket itself, scanning issues caused by low ink in the machines that print them at the register.)
I always check for coupon codes before buying anything online, and see if I can find coupons to print or show on my phone before shopping at a retail location or heading to a chain restaurant.
I recently found out Groupon Coupons. You already know Groupon can save you money on experiences. (The Groupon Health & Fitness section is my favorite.)
Now, they can save you money with coupons too – often with exclusive coupons!
I can see myself using the Groupon Coupons section for Fitness & Diet and Clothing quite often. You can also search Groupon Coupons by store, like Lane Bryant, for example.
Who doesn’t like a great deal? Groupon Coupons will definitely be added to my list of must search sites before shopping.
All the Groupon Coupons are free to use and you don’t have to be a Groupon member to view them. Best part is, most coupons can be scanned straight from your phone, eliminating scanning issues at the register and saving your printer ink!
Have you used Groupon Coupons yet? If so, what’s your favorite coupon find from Groupon?