Please keep in mind, that a Groupon with a value of $60 cost the consumer $40. That's only $20 off a pair of shoes no matter what the cost (i.e., whether $145 or $80). When I was told that the Groupon would not apply to the discounted price on a pair of shoes on the clearance rack, but would be applied to the original price of $130.00, I found that incredulous. I already paid $40, so, that would have made the purchase $110+tax on a pr of shoes on clearance. And, though I have narrow feet and am hard to fit, and there were not narrow sizes in shoes in season I was interested in, I was however very fortunate to find a similar pair of shoes to the ones on clearance for much less and only had to pay an additional $30. So, an $83+tax pr of shoes cost me $70. I appreciate the savings, but was hoping to find a $60 pr of shoes I already paid $40 for. That would have been a savings. The only shoes at that price were old, marked up (damaged) on the clearance rack and not in my size. By the way, when I was looking at women's slippers, there was a dead stink bug on a pair against the wall, on the top row, on the far right. They were a print fabric. The "new" shoes were beautiful, but cost $145! Though pretty, and well made, they were sandals. That's just ridiculous. To your credit, I went down to Marshall's to buy a pr of summer shoes I really need and could not find anything to fit. I sincerely do appreciate the help in getting fitted, a professional fit, and the special order for the shoes I bought that were out of stock in the velcro clasp for my size. Thank you!