The 2009 Entertainment Books expire on November 1st, which is less than 2 months away! To make sure you are getting your money worth, I have compiled a list of what I think are the best deals. I’m sure there are more that will be exciting for you, but this is a start. So start flipping through that valuable book that is somewhere in your car and start saving some money!
These are all from the Portland/Vancouver area book, though some of the coupons for major chain stores will be the same.
Eco CarWash : valid for one free car wash
Walgreens: one free bottle of Iceland Water
Regal Cinemas: one free admission on your birthday
Clubsport: one free day pass
Warpaint International: 3 free hours of paintball for up to 5 people, (Salem area)
Franz Bakery Outlet: buy one Franz product, get one free (this one could yield you some bread as low as $.25 per loaf!)
There are so many other BOGO coupons that you really need to take about 15 minutes and scan through the book to see if there are any places you regularly go or were planning on going to already.
Here is a list of items that are plentiful in the book for those of you with slight addictions:
Ice Cream/Frozen Yogurt
to name just a few…
Here are my personal favorites:
Ozzie’s Deli – BOGO ( the best gyros around!)
Milo’s Espresso – BOGO
Learning Palace – 20% Off single purchase
Kids Club Jungle Playland – BOGO
Sweet Factory – BOGO 1/4 lb. candy (Mmmm)
And if you want an activity then check out all the BOGO coupons for free admission to:
plays (theatre) (Oregon Children’s, Lakewood)
symphony’s (Oregon, PYP, etc.)
sporting events (Winterhawks, Timbers, etc.)
gardens (Japanese Garden, Chinese Classical Garden)
These books are so full of money saving coupons it can be a little overwhelming and is easy to forget about. I keep mine in my car and then if I am going out to eat anywhere or if I am heading into a store then I pull it out and scan the index to see if there is a coupon. Within the first couple coupon uses I have made up for the cost of the book.
What I don’t do, however, is use it as an excuse to go out to eat anytime I want all in the name of “saving money”. If I am spending more on food by using the book versus cooking at home, then it’s not a good deal!
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