Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.
Do you ever wish you could travel more often? One of my new favorite ways to save money on travel is to use Groupon Coupons. In the coupons area you will find deals and coupons for everything from airport parking to airfare as well as hotels and even tours.
Using Groupon Getaway is a great way to explore and find new locations and resorts. I love spending time in the getaway section virtual window shopping and dreaming of my next vacation. I can’t believe how many new locations I have learned about while scrolling through this section of Groupon.
With Groupon Coupons, you’ll find a section just for travel where you can find actual coupons and deals for all kinds of travel related booking sites as well as tours and even airfare.
Here are some of the places you can find great deals on with Groupon Coupons:
- Apple Vacations
- Airport Parking
Groupon is FREE to join, so simply head to Groupon and then click on the “Coupons Tab”. A drop down menu will appear where you can then search by category, store or brand.
If I click through to Travelocity coupons, I will get a list of all sales and coupon codes for this website.
What is also great, is that once you click through to any travel related company, a list of more travel sites will appear on the left search bar.
Groupon is a great money-saving resource that is part of my routine when I am looking for hotels, airfare, excursions and even restaurants. I’m always on the lookout to save money whenever I can and Groupon Coupons makes it super easy to do so.
How do you use Groupon Coupons to save money or for travel research? I’d love to hear below in the comments.
This is a sponsored post. While I was paid to write this post, I am a long time fan of Groupon. I have used Groupons to purchase everything from kayaking lessons, to restaurant vouchers and hotel stays. There is no cost to you if you click on the Groupon links, because Groupon is FREE! But, if you support Groupon, you are also helping to support this website!
Alexa Meisler is the editorial director of 52 Perfect Days. Born in Paris, France she has since lived in Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon. She currently resides in San Diego with her husband and son where they enjoy exploring California and Mexico.
Travel has always been a part of her life; traveling to such places as Morocco, Tangiers and Spain as a young child as well as taking many road trips to Mexico with her grandparents as a young girl. Since then, she has traveled abroad to locations such as Russia, Taiwan and throughout Europe.
Prior to working at 52 Perfect Days she was a freelance travel writer; focusing on family and women’s adventure experiences.