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What You'll Get
Unlike throwing a television out a third-story window, chocolate soothes the pains of a breakup without forcing you to miss the season finale of Antiques Roadshow. Prevent overhearing surprise endings with today's Groupon: for $10, you can send $20 worth of fine chocolates at Chocolate.com. Along with its wide variety of chocolate, you can apply that $20 toward shipping and the site's Gifts on Sale section.
Chocolate.com is a network of chocolate shops across the United States and Canada, with one in nearly every major city. These depositories of delectable delights ship cocoa-packed parcels anywhere in the North American nations, as well as 16 other countries. Treat-trackers browse Chocolate.com's easy-to-navigate website to shop according to occasion, price, type of chocolate, and even ingredients if the next person on your list has dietary concerns. If you're seeking something that falls within your Groupon, check out the best-selling Gifts Under $25, such as dark-chocolate brownies ($15.50), premium truffle assortments ($17), and Ghirardelli galore ($20). Once you've made your selection, Chocolate.com will send the order to the closest local shop, which in turn transports deliveries to your door—ensuring that your giftee gets fresh, handmade chocolate, and not some inedible brownish brick left behind by a careless Candy Land construction crew. You can track your order online through every stage of delivery, including pre-natal, pupation, and presentational proscenium varieties.
- You can get just about any chocolate candies sold nationwide at the chocolate.com website. – Boston.com
- ... an online emporium, complete with boutique sweets, recipes, and articles that run the gamut from the health benefits of dark chocolate to the history of chocolate Santas. – Aaron Pressman, Business Week
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per order. Valid toward shipping. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.