expired Groupon - 15% Cashback @ Cashrewards (Stack with 10% off Sitewide @ Groupon)

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Note - Groupon sitewide sale starts 4pm.

Cashrewards 15% cashback link

Extra 10% off is valid sitewide between 4pm - midnight on 18/8/19. Discount is not valid for gift card deals, or any deal where payment is not completed on the Groupon website (for example: ticketing deals that redirect to a third-party website for purchase). Other exclusions apply: check deal page Fine Print before purchasing.
Enter code at checkout. Cannot be used with another discount promo. Discount will be applied to a single voucher in a transaction. Unlimited redemptions per customer (across separate transactions). Maximum discount of $40.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Waiting for Shopback to respond with a deal

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    Just bought something off Groupon yesterday :( ah well

  • +5 votes

    They have 7 day money back. As part of their policy they have to first offer you a credit. If you decline and insist on a refund, they will give it to you.

    • +1 vote

      I experienced this too. I asked for a refund, and they kept insisting to give me Groupon credit (which expires in 30days). It’s really annoying, but push for a refund and they will give it to you

      • +1 vote

        I usually straight up tell them i need a full refund to bank, not credit and they do it straight away no hassle. get straight to the point at first

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      But full refund is only applicable under the 7 day cooling period? I've asked for refunds before on vouchers I wasn't able to redeem by the expiry date but accepted groupon credit given its my fault I'm unable to redeem, not the merchant.

  • +2 votes

    This deal seems to be every other week now. My opinion is that only 1. new businesses that want to be heard or 2. businesses struggling to get customers (for whatever reason) would go onto Groupon. Sometimes you do get good deals with restaurants but I tried some of the automotive deals and could understand why those businesses struggle afterwards.

  • +1 vote

    Some of those big auto discounts makes you wonder if they're even doing any thing.

    • +6 votes

      My golden rule is never try to get a huge bargain on anything with a large labour component (ie car servicing or a tradie).

      In my mind, a tradie/serviceperson is always going to do a poorer job when they know they're not gonna get paid as much as they usually do.

      • +4 votes

        About 8 years ago I used a voucher but I didn’t tell the mechanic workshop until after the job. He looked unhappy and told me I should have informed them beforehand. I was confident they did the usual job expecting cash so I agree with you b-radicool.

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      Never get a coupon for a car service , last time I did this the service cost $700

      • +1 vote

        I got a service + aircon recondition. I told them of the vouchers upon booking and that I will be supplying all the parts myself (I wanted a lot of other things done besides just the basic oil and filter change). They charged me 4.5 hours of labour (@ $99/hr) in total which was correct (I actually watched the whole service). Yet they didn't subtract any of vouchers from the invoice (would've been about $150 all up). I wrote an email and they called me back saying that the labour they charged was not for the service voucher nor the a/c recondition but just for all the extra things I wanted done. I said this was not true as I was with the mechanic the whole time and the 4.5 hours did in fact include everything. The receptionist went to talk to the mechanic and the manager and said she'd call back. She did and they decided to refund me the service voucher amount but not the a/c recondition voucher amount. Oh well, it was actually a great learning experience for me. I've always been meaning to do the services myself after watching heaps of youtube videos. But watching a proper mechanic do it irl, I've got so much more confidence to do it myself down the line.