How to Sign Up for Groupon

Last updated: July 30, 2015 - 11:24pm EDT
  1. Go to to begin signing up. Just by looking at the homepage you’ll be able to see that Groupon has a ton of awesome deals to offer! Select the Sign Up button in the top right corner.

  2. Fill in your information accordingly. If you want to receive deals by email, check off the box. If not, leave it unchecked. If this is your personal computer and you’d like Groupon to leave you signed in for the next time you go on, check the box Keep me signed in on this computer. When you’re finished, check off the box stating that you agree to their terms & conditions and click Sign Up.

  3. The first time you’re taken to the homepage, you’ll be asked to Finish Personalizing your account (so click this button). By personalizing your account, Groupon can make better suggestions and recommendations based on your gender, your location, and your interests.

  4. Groupon will first ask your gender; select Guy or Gal. Once selected, it will automatically take you to the next screen.

  5. From here, enter your address – this way, Groupon can send you local deals as well! When you’re done, select Continue.

  6. Lastly, choose some interests. There are six that are shown, and you can choose as many of them as you like by clicking the picture. Once you’re finished, click I’m Done!

Now it’s time to learn how to sift through all the deals that Groupon has to offer. Check out our next tutorial that will teach you the basics of how to use the Groupon website!


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