Welcome to Groupon, Billings! For our inaugural deal, $7 gets you two adult admission tickets to Moss Mansion located on Division Street. Since this is everyone's first Groupon, allow us to briefly explain how it works.
How Groupon Works
Groupon is a combination of the words group and coupon. Each day, we offer an unbeatable deal on the best of Billings: restaurants, spas, sporting events, theater, and more. By promising businesses a minimum number of customers, we get discounts you won't find anywhere else. We call it "collective buying power."
If you want to get the deal, just click BUY before the offer ends at midnight. If the minimum number of people (10 for today's deal) sign up by the end of the day, you'll be emailed a gift certificate the next morning. You can print your Groupons, or redeem them with our mobile app. Use them whenever you want until the deal expires—today's expires on August 1, 2011. If not enough people join, no one gets the deal (and you won't be charged), so invite your friends to make sure you get the discount!
History tends to repeat itself, which means there’s a good chance you’ll get run over by another war elephant. Admire what history has taught us thus far with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get two adult admission tickets to Moss Mansion (a $14 value), located on Division Street.
This cavernous, red-sandstone estate was built in 1903 by businessman P. B. Moss and has since turned into an intricately preserved museum that displays the Moss's turn-of-the-century lifestyle. Designed by Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, the architect of New York City’s Plaza Hotel and the original Waldorf Astoria, the mansion features original draperies, furniture, and Persian carpets. With this deal, a friendly tour guide will take you on a one-hour foray into the Gilded Age wealth of the Preston Boyd Moss family and answer any questions about the elegant estate. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and on MTV’s list of hottest spring break destinations, the Moss Mansion is a family-friendly spot for an educational afternoon or for beholding architectural wonders.