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24 Cookies for $7 Shipped!

I just noticed that there is an additional charge to ship outside of Raleigh, which is only mentioned on the cookie website, not on Groupon. The information also was not on the cookie site this morning. Hmmm...

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I was stunned to see this deal on Groupon this morning but for some reason didn't think to share it here until tonight when I was telling Sexy Nerd about it. For just $7, you can get 24 Kerrigan's sugar cookies, chocolate chip cookies, or a dozen of each kind, and shipping is included! According to the site, Kerrigan's Cookies uses only wholesome, organic ingredients. It's a pretty remarkable deal when you think about it. I think Groupon keeps some crazy amount of your purchase for themselves, like 50%, so it's hard to imagine that Kerrigan's Cookies isn't losing money on this promotion. Wouldn't the shipping alone be at least $7?

To get the deal:
1. Visit Groupon and sign in or create an account.
2. Click the link for Raleigh, North Carolina (and, no, you don't have to live in Raleigh to buy this!)
3. The Kerrigan's Cookies offer is a side deal today, so you'll find it on the right hand side of the page.

You're allowed to purchase up to 5 of these groupons and they don't expire until August. Just think of all the things coming up before August - Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, 4th of July. Not to mention all the birthdays, anniversaries, and year-end gifts for teachers.

And, of course, if you know of any other amazing (not spam!) deals out there, let me know!

I have not been compensated in any way by Groupon or Kerrigan's Cookies for this post, nor are they aware that I have written this. I'm just a gal who loves a great deal!

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