Thanks for that haha!
The design part of it can be easily done through Webflow, but I suspect you already know that. I believe that you’re interested in knowing about the CMS part of it and I’m afraid that you’re not going to be able to replicate everything you have on your current website.
For example: https://www.coupongot.com/stores/ There’s no built-in feature on Webflow that would allow you to create this page for example. You would have to use multiple collection lists, but then you would reach the limit of 20 Collection Lists per page. So again, if you’re coming to webflow and want to rely only on the platform, you will have to adjust your website in certain points.
You will also need some snippets of code if you want to have some cool things happening, but dont worry! Using code in Webflow is super easy and I do it in all my projects! By using code, you’re basically getting rid of any limitation you might encounter in the platform.
That being said, I really think you should consider coming to Webflow: It’s a great platform that allows you to create great things. And hey, to be honest: It’s 1000x better than WP (with whatever plugin you might use). Your back-end will be tightly secure and there is no need for plugins!