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*Expired* Groupon: $10 for $20 at The Body Shop

by Freebies4Mom on December 5, 2011 2:36 pm

The Body Shop

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Get $20 worth of products at The Body Shop for only $10 at Groupon through the end of the day Wednesday, Dec. 7. You can only buy two per person (use one per visit). You can use it at The Body Shop in-stores (not online) before December 24. I love this returning deal and I’m currently enjoying my Coconut Shower Cream, Ginger Shampoo, and Detangling Spray that I purchased with my Groupon voucher last April.

Have you ever used a Groupon discount? I’ve become a big fan because the discounts are so easy to use and they give you all the details before you buy. It’s just a matter of waiting to find the right discount for you (they change daily, and you can buy Groupons featured in any city). Remember that when you invite friends and they get their first Groupon, you get a $10 referral bonus in your account. This is a great way to save even more because you can use your referral credits to purchase the next Groupon you want. This post contains affiliate links. For more information please visit my Disclosure Policy. (Image credit: The Body Shop)

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Karen December 6, 2011 at 8:04 am

sometimes I dont know if Groupon is worth it……back a while ago I bought the deal on the elf cosmetics….something like $15 for $30 worth of make-up……it was a good deal, but I couldnt use any promo codes, such as 50% off they had going on or the free shipping…..and the Groupon had an expiration date…..I asked elf cosmetics about it and they were very snotty……

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Pug December 16, 2011 at 9:43 pm

You’re crazy!  E.L.F. is so cheap already and the deal is $15 for $35 worth of makeup – that was a STEAL!!!  Their mineral makeup is so great….just as good as the expensive stuff.

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Karen December 16, 2011 at 9:56 pm

no…..Im not crazy…. I didnt say there was anything wrong with there make-up…..I actually really like it and still use it…..I was just saying that instead of buying the groupon that had an expiration date I could just use the promo codes elf frequently has, without worrying about an expiration date…..the comment was about not being allowed to use a promo code when you purchase a groupon…in my opinion a groupon should be more like a “gift card” then a promo code..
I dont understand why you have your panties all in a frazzle…..and I dont appreciate being attacked by someone who doesnt read and understand what I said in the first place…

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