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rw
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Not sure what the above poster was in reference to, but I know the Empire Coffee living social deal was really restricted – you could only use the $20 for coffee drinks, not for coffee beans, or anything else they had for purchase in the store.

Stpaddygirl
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Thanks for that info I bought the Empire coupon just activated it yesterday on an iced latte. Now I know not to try to use for anything other than the espresso bar. I am pretty happy with it though both of the coffees we bought were excellent…thinking its my new go to coffee place..[quote comment=”207037″]Not sure what the above poster was in reference to, but I know the Empire Coffee living social deal was really restricted – you could only use the $20 for coffee drinks, not for coffee beans, or anything else they had for purchase in the store.[/quote]

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

That is exactly what I was referring to. I was going to purchase that coupon. I thought it was a great deal. I was going to apply it to beans or tea etc. The beans that I buy are like $25.00 & $35.00 a pound. That coupon would have been a huge help. I got busy that afternoon. I didn’t have time to purchase the coupon. I found out all the restrictions placed on the deal that evening. I never ended up purchasing it. There has been a lot of complaints stemming from those restrictions. [quote comment=”207037″]Not sure what the above poster was in reference to, but I know the Empire Coffee living social deal was really restricted – you could only use the $20 for coffee drinks, not for coffee beans, or anything else they had for purchase in the store.[/quote]

homeworld
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I won $ on Hoboken411 for SeamlessWeb. When I used it at a local restaurant the delivery person tried to scam me for another tip even though I already included a tip online.

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

I was wondering if anyone could answer this question. Can a merchant attach their own set of rules to a Living Social coupon? A merchant did so a while back. The mayhem that was caused was and is unbelieveable.

Irish
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Irish

can you elaborate a little pawzclawz? I hadn’t heard about some problem connected to Living Social coupons.[quote comment=”207026″]I was wondering if anyone could answer this question. Can a merchant attach their own set of rules to a Living Social coupon? A merchant did so a while back. The mayhem that was caused was and is unbelieveable.[/quote]

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

The problem is not with Living Social. A Living Social coupon was offered last month for a local business. The business owner attached their own set of rules to the coupon deal. There was an abundance of complaints to the business owner and employees (Not Living Social) from the people who purchased the coupon deal. [quote comment=”207028″]can you elaborate a little pawzclawz? I hadn’t heard about some problem connected to Living Social coupons.[/quote]

jonsie
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jonsie

Not sure about anyone else, but for me to buy, it’d have to be $5 for $50.

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