GRPN's luster died with one move 2 years ago....Google classified GRPN email as "junk", and ALL Gmail customers stopped seeing Groupons daily in their inboxes. If you watch Groupon growth...the day of that Gmail move is the infection point where things went from exponentially positive to stagnant and negative. The commercials running on TV now, and a set of internet ads MUST tell people in a clever way (without sounding like a weakling or desperate beggars) - to tell people to bring Groupon back into their regular email...
You had to click on a Groupon email and classify it as "not junk" in order to receive Groupon in your regular Gmail inbox. I did the same. It is a fact that Gmail sends Groupon to "junk" unless a user opts otherwise. It is amusing to see someone (you) argue against a fact with name calling. By the way what is a "looser"?
The inflection point and gmail for the guy who says, "that is so not true":
Track Groupon performance and the Gmail reclassification of Groupon in its email filters and you will see I am correct and it is widely known. Only, nothing was ever done about it!! Would it hurt to tell people in the new TV ads to make sure they direct Groupon to their regular inbox? When people got Groupon in their regular inboxes, business grew exponentially.