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    Save on Halloween Candy and Novelties

    Halloween can be a fun holiday for kids and grown-ups alike, but it can really put a dent in your wallet. If you plan to host a ghoulish party or hand out trick-or-treat candy, buying Halloween sweets and novelty toys in bulk can be a good option. Review these questions to help prepare for the… Read More


    Twenty Ways To Find Movie Theater Discounts & Freebies

    Sometimes you just want to get out of the house – or get the kids out of the house – and head to the movies! Smart consumers save money using movie theater discounts for tickets and snacks. Many have to if they want to go at all. In 1999, the average price for a movie… Read More


    Student Discounts: The Savings Add Up Quickly

    Student discounts aren’t just a fun perk that comes with student status. For many college students, discounts help them stay in school and pay the bills. They need the help too: in the past decade, tuition at public colleges and universities has increased over 40% – far faster than the overall rate of inflation. High… Read More


    Christmas in July

    The Christmas in July sales have begun, and special discounts are available for a limited time. Here are a small sampling of Christmas promotions and coupons: Disney Store: special pricing on Disney Parks holiday products Fannie May: up to 70% off select items, plus an extra 15% off with promo code Fitz and Floyd: up… Read More


    Airport Hotel and Parking Packages

    Planning a lengthy trip can be fun, but sometimes the logistics are overwhelming. You relax after booking the flight, lodging and rental car for your trip, and then remember that you also have to plan for transportation to and from the airport. Lots of transport options are available for those who live close to a… Read More


    Coo-pon or Q-pon?

    Who knew there was a debate over the pronunciation of a simple word? How do you pronounce the word “Coupon?” COO-PON or Q-PON? Although the ‘coo-pon’ pronunciation is aligned with the french origin of the word, many Americans say ‘q-pon’ (and both pronunciations are listed on the Merriam Webster web site). Does anyone know when… Read More





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