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Do You Buy Enough Groupons to Be a Groupon VIP?

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With Groupon's new pilot subscription service, Groupon VIP, that was launched in Groupon-addicted markets this week, would allow users a first shot at deals and first pick at making reservations for deals. Not only that, it also would allow them to buy past deals that had sold out and get refunds even after deals have expired. All this in exchange for a cool $30 per year which probably is worth it if you're a Groupon addict.
· Groupon Is Testing A New $30 Per Year VIP Service [Business Insider]