DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – Eduardo Aguirre is a big fan of Groupon and Living Social , both websites that offer coupons for businesses in the metro area and beyond.READ MORE: Hazy Skies Over Downtown Denver Could Become A Regular Thing During The Summer
He and his wife frequently buy discounted tickets to restaurants and massages. His wife recently bought two tickets for a tour of Invesco Field at Mile High, but the they have been too busy to use them.
“Sometimes you take advantage of a deal but then you can’t find a way to use it,” Aguirre said.
It’s a common problem.READ MORE: Denver Venue Requires Proof Of COVID Vaccine, Negative COVID Test For Some Shows
Kelly Cronley bought tickets to some yoga classes but hasn’t had time to go exercise. She posted them on the website CoupRecoup.com and within a week someone else bought them.
CoupRecoup bills itself as “Your free marketplace to buy and sell local deals.”
Aguirre plans to follow suit very soon.
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