9 Ontario Groupon For When You're Broke But Still Want To Have An Amazing Summer

There are so many exciting and cool things happening this summer, (happy birthday Canada)! Sometimes fun can come with a hefty price tag, which isn't good for anyone looking to explore on a budget.

Read More: 21 Things To Do With Your BF In Ontario This Summer

Luckily Groupon has you covered! With tons of swet deals on food and activities, you and your squad can have the best summer yet. Check out this list of Groupon deals in Ontario this summer you and your friends NEED to do: 

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1. Explore the Humber River with a Friend.

Original Price: $59.95

Groupon: $35.95

Savings: 40%

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2. Get competitive at this four hour paintball package at Defcon Paintball.

Original Price: $200

Groupon: $25

Savings: 88%

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3. Chill out with a drink at this Niagara beer, cider and wine tour!

Original Price: $59

Groupon: $31.99

Savings: 46%

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4. Challenge your friends to a game of laser tag at Laser Quest in London, ON

Original Price: $72

Groupon: $35

Savings: 51%

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5. Take a shot at mini putt and arcade games at Captain Jack's Fun Center in Niagara Falls. 

Original Price: $252

Groupon: $45

Savings: 82%

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6. Test your strength with your besties at Spartan Races

Original Price: $129

Groupon: $79

Savings: 39%

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7. Spend the weekend at Golden Beach Resort

Original Price: $176/per night

Groupon: $108/per night

Savings: $68

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8. Paint and sip wine in Brampton for a class evening with friends!

Original Price: $90

Groupon: $49

Savings: 46%

9. Spend a day doing a self guided Toronto scavenger hunt with friends!

Original Price: $120

Groupon: $55

Savings: 54%

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