Saving Money With an Entertainment Book

Available for most major metropolitan areas, these coupon books can give you more for your money. This guide is about saving money with an entertainment book.


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February 9, 2006 Flag

Hi! When my family chooses a vacation destination, I go online and order an Entertainment Book for that area. We save a lot of money by using Entertainment book coupons for the best restaraunts and area attractions. It also lets us plan things we want to do in advance because its like a guide to the area! If you wait until February/March to order the book, often they are on sale.

By Marjo from Emmaus, PA

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February 7, 2006 Flag

My tip is for shopping for food. Buy your local Entertainment Book, which usually costs between $25 and $35, depending on where you live. Each month, if you spend $50 on groceries at one time, you'll receive a $5.00 gift card which you can use on your next visit. Just by using these coupons in the book, you're already money ahead for the year. (12 x 5 = $60.00)

By Vicki Dahlstrom from Saint Paul, Mn.

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May 23, 2007 Flag

Purchase the Entertainment book for your area if you frequently go out or do things with kids. There are tons of museum, cinema, zoo discount coupons. If you have a family, you will get you money back threefold. Also, since it is half way through the year, they are usually discounted.


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May 2, 2005 Flag

I invested in an Entertainment Book. I received it from work for a discounted rate of 13.00. With two for one fast food saving, $5.00 off a $10.00 purchase at the bread store (I really load up on that one!), and 4 coupons for $5.00 off a 50.00 gift certificate at a local grocery store. Then I traded some of the coupons we don't use for more of the ones we do use. This book has paid for itself 10 times over!

By Kathy

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