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I've used WagJag and GroupOn. I don't find too many deals that really interest us, so it's not heavy use. We've never had any issues with redeeming the deals. I think the type we like the most are the ones where you spend $20 for a $40 restaurant voucher. It takes all of 30 seconds of work to get a meal for 1/2 price.

I think that WagJag is good at having deals that apply out in the burbs and has a good number of local deals for me. I don't find that GroupOn has too many local deals that we are interested in, other than when it's from a large chain. I believe GroupOn in American based, which is why the Canadian selection is not as detailed and specific as the WagJag offers.

Not sure what you mean by opting out, but we've always had the deals go through that we have participated in. We've never tried to back out of an offer, not sure if it's possible.
 
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