Google Offers is being expanded to 5 new markets

Google Offers is being expanded to 5 new markets
Currently in limited beta testing in markets like New York, Portland, and San Francisco, Google announced today that it has expanded Google Offers to an additional 5 new markets.

Specifically, those locations blessed with the new availability include Austin, Boston, D.C., Denver, and Seattle. As of right now, there are special deals being advertised with each of those respective locations to kick off the new expansion, but users won’t be able to redeem them until tomorrow, September 8th. Nevertheless, it’s at least a starting point for the many people living in those specific markets eagerly waiting for Google Offers to start making its presence known.

As for the rest of us not located in any of the supported markets, you can sign up for the service and get notifications on when they plan to launch Google Offers in your area. Still, Google has a lot to accomplish before tackling the likes of Groupon or Living Social.

source: Google via Mobileburn



1. Truth

Posts: 62; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

Google is spreading themselves pretty thin across every aspect of every market. They push competition to different levels when they enter these markets but a lot of their products need more clear direction and fine tuning to really succeed. Giving consumers more choices is never a bad thing but the way Google seems to jump into different business ventures make them look like the giant corporate monster throwing their weight around and pushing smaller companies around.

2. firebo14

Posts: 77; Member since: Aug 16, 2011

Google is the best.... nothing beats Google's free services. So dont talk bad about them. :]

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