Who Doesn’t Love a Good Coupon?

Did you know Entertainment books are still around? They have improved greatly from what they used to be. They used to be just a book and you had to have the coupon in hand to give for the discount. It was limited to location for coupon use which if fine if you aren’t a traveler.

Now, you can purchase a local book and it also comes with a free app that can be used all over the US and Canada for $20-35 (varies by location). Also, if you aren’t a fan of the books and would prefer just the app, you can grab that for $20. The app travels with you. Wherever you are, it will search the coupons that are local for that area and you can use it to make in store or online purchases.

I can’t tell you how excited I am about this. My family hasn’t been going to as many stores these days to avoid the mask mandates so we are doing more online shopping. I was pleasantly surprised to see we could still take advantage of the savings and order online! Who is with me and needs to order one now?

Disclaimer: Clicking the link above will support a fundraiser for my boys’ fine arts school. I receive no personal monetary benefit but the proceeds help to fund the small local fine arts center.

Our Daily Dealings is written by a husband and wife team and some guest authors. We come from very different backgrounds, family, cultural units but we have found a way to make 20 years work. We are so glad you are here and appreciate your support. Thank you for giving us even a few minutes of your time and we would covet your comments! Hope you have a great day!

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