If you follow me on Twitter and Facebook, you know that I am no stranger to the numerous daily discount deal websites. I stalk these sites all day and all night, gladly sharing them with you since I cannot shop; not for another 50+ days or so.
The NEW comer of daily deals is Fairfieldcoupon.com. On the scene since Mid-January, they began carrying deals for Fairfield County. The site now caters to both, Fairfield and New Haven County. The site is easy to use. If you see a deal you like from an email, Facebook Page share or Tweet, you buy it. When you share it and your friends also get the deal, you’ll get Fairfield Coupon Bucks good towards any future daily deal. Then you use your deal! The awesome thing is that when you do buy a deal from Fairfieldcoupon.com they share a portion of your purchase with the local schools and non-profit organizations that are important in the community.
This website has already done its first deal where 100%
of the proceeds went directly to the Boys & Girls Village
, a non-profit organization that helps At-Risk Children in Connecticut. If you missed it, the deal was $22 for $45 tickets to “Laugh out Loud” event Featuring Richard Lewis
(Who currently stars in the HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm Show
). The event took place at Fairfield University’s (GO STAGS) Quick Center on March 31, 2012.
When we can take advantage of a great deal, save money, have fun AND support our local organizations, its a win win for everyone. Not to mention it makes us feel warm and fuzzy inside and who doesn’t want to feel that? Clicking on the FairfieldCoupon.com banner below will bring you their latest deal. Stop by daily as there are new deals everyday.
You can stalk FairfieldCoupon.com Deals to by clicking on the FairfieldCoupon Banner below this post. (look down) Or their own Facebook Page
OR their Twitter Page
OR their website, FairfieldCoupon.com
! Happy shopping!
PPS. The Boys & Girls Village offers really valuable child and family services. They are a resource for any child or family struggling with emotional or psychological issues. Please visit them at www.bgvillage.org if you have any questions or would like to figure out a way to help their cause. Feel free to follow them on Facebook or Twitter.