Maybe you hemmed and hawed and ultimately decided—for whatever reason—not to get an Entertainment Book this year, even though you knew it was full of money-saving coupons on nearly everything you might want to spend money on in your area. Hey, I understand; my local book (Atlanta) is huge and normally retails for $35, so I can see where, savings aside, you might pause.
But I have great news: Yes, the year’s half over, but there’s still plenty of time to enjoy the savings, and this week only all 2010 Entertainment Books are just $7.99 apiece. This is a great way to try one out, if you’ve never used one before. Or to get some more coupons if you’ve used so many of the ones in your current book! Either way.
Trust me when I tell you they have coupons for everything. Food. Dry cleaning. Hotels. Movies. Car rentals. All kinds of services. Tons of retail stores. You name it, it’s in there. For $8 you can hardly go wrong.