GROUP buying website Groupon has had another ad banned after overstating savings to users, a watchdog said. A sales promotion promised buyers a 74% saving by paying £24 for a four-course meal for two instead of £92. Groupon said it made its calculation based on the most expensive items exchangeable for the voucher.
Another Groupon advert is banned
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