Monday, September 28, 2009
The coupons include:
3 free bags of apple dippers
3 free small cones
3 small apple juice or milk
Valid from 11/01/09 - 12/31/09
Limit 1 coupon per customer per visit
Supposed to be redeemed by a kid 12 and under...but sometimes they let that one slide...
Friday, September 25, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
What it is:
Amon Carter Museum
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd. 817.738.1933
Views and Visions: Prints of the American West, 1820-1970
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St. 817.738.1938
Check back for details.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden
3220 Botanic Garden Blvd. 817.871.7686
Public Art Tour
Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd. 817.332.8451
Butchers, Dragons, Gods, and Skeletons: An Exhibition of Film Installation by Philip Haas Inspired by Works in the Collection
Log Cabin Village
2100 Log Cabin Village Lane 817.392.5881
Harvest Homecoming (Noon - 4 p.m.)
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St. 817.738.9215
William Kentridge: Five Themes
National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
1720 Gendy St. 817.336.4475
Discover the world of the cowgirl through memorabilia, interactive exhibits and multimedia presentations.
Also there will be free performances in and around each destination. AND Free transportation within the Cultural District will be provided by The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T).
For more information
Go to the official site here
Enjoy Hulen Movie Tavern's Retro Cinema!
Hulen Movie Tavern
4920 S. Hulen Rd.
Fort Worth, TX 76132
The Breakfast Club (R)
Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall
- 97 minutes
Fri & Sat 9/25 & 26th
Sixteen Candles (PG)
Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall
- 93 minutes
Click here to buy Tickets online
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Portable GPS Device
Toy Cupcake Truck/Car
MP3 Adapter for Car
(coupon for a free box)"
Get a FREE 3 oz. Make-A-Wish® Creation™ with a Donation
Donate and receive a 3 oz. sample of Jack’s Creation served out of a ready-to-love pan in a Like It™ Cup. Valid only during published date and time. While supplies last. No substitutions. Limit one per customer. An estimated 85 percent of all donations in September will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation®. For more information about the Make-A-Wish Foundation, visit wish.org.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
VALID THROUGH 9/24/09
the list price of one book
Use this coupon here
or use this code online
Borders.com Promotion Code:
Must be a Borders rewards member, free to sign up at the store!
Friday, September 18, 2009
With this coupon receive a free signature collection travel size item with ANY purchase (expires 10/7)
With this coupon get $5 off and build an animal purchase of $10 or more (expires 9/28)
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
For all who signed up but didn't get an email try this link
put in your email address that you signed up under and see if it will let you reprint I got it today and I got to print mine.
Also Don't forget the first day to redeem these are Thursday!
Don't know what I'm talking about? Go here
Monday, September 14, 2009
In honor of “National Kreme Filled Doughnut Day” Krispy Kreme is giving out free kreme filled pastries.
All you have to do is walk up to an employee and tell them, 'Happy National Kreme Filled Doughnut Day’ on Monday Sept. 14.
Limit 1 per person.
As a side note, your deal may vary, as I tried to do this at the store on South Hulen and they looked at me like I was nuts....so yah, may work for you may not...
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Make your way to historic Grapevine and uncork the fun for the largest wine festival in the Southwest. Wine lovers and connoisseurs from across the nation will sample award-winning Texas wines at the 23rd Annual GrapeFest on September 17, 18, 19 and 20. GrapeFest is the place to enjoy premium wines, great music, delectable foods and plenty of fun. It’s the perfect spot to eat, shop and be entertained!
Me, myself, and I go for the great food vendors and the arts and crafts booths they have lining the streets and it's also fun to stop in to some of the brick and mortar stores too!
Thursday, September 17 - 10:00am - 10:30pm, FREE ADMISSION
Friday, September 18 - 10:00am - 5:00pm, FREE ADMISSION
Friday, September 18 - 5:00pm - 11:30pm
Saturday, September 19 - 10:00am - 11:30pm
Sunday, September 20 - 11:00am - 6:00pm
Daily Admission - Adults: $8
Daily Admission - Seniors (62+): $5
Daily Admission - Children (6-12): $5
Daily Admission - Children under 6: FREE
Weekend Pass Pin: $18
Weekend Souvenir Pass Pin: $23
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Check out the website here
While you're there...
I cannot recommend Willhoite's Resteraunt enough! They have an awesome buffet and their beer battered mushrooms are to die for!
Just as a heads up, was at Walmart this morning and noticed my Walmart had two isles of toys on clearance. Nothing that marked down yet, but it's worth keeping an eye on.
And as a reminder, Walmart sales vary greatly by store, so your store may have better deals...or none at all.
What is FrugalCon?
Short for “Frugalista Convention,”
FrugalCon will be held Monday Sept. 21st through Sun. Sept. 27th at Frugal Mommy Living (frugal-mommy-living.info).
It will be a frugal meeting of the minds. Any and all blogs and sites that pertain to frugal living, thrift, money management, family life, motherhood, couponing, shopping tips, etc. are invited and encouraged to attend and participate.
Or if you are just a frugal momma without a site, you can still participate. Visit sites, make friends, get to know new people and, of course, LEARN HOW TO SAVE MONEY!!!
And, yes, there will be TONS of giveaways! There will be prizes that you can win, as well as free money saving e-books and products that will be given away to EVERYONE for free.
How Do I Participate?
If you have a frugal blog or site:
1) Write a post on your blog introducing yourself and your frugal site.
2) Add the FrugalCon button to your sidebar and link to FrugalCon.
3) Come to FrugalCon and use the Mr. Linky to link to your frugal blog or site so everyone can visit you.
3) Leave a comment on the FrugalCon post to be eligible to win a prize. Winners will be randomly selected. Be sure to include your email address so we can contact you to let you know you won.
4) Visit other sites and leave comments at your new friends’ pages. Gather info and discover effective frugality.
We are celebrating frugality and spendthrift! If you are a spendthrift too, you need to be at FrugalCon! Get to know all of the wonderful blogs and sites out there that can help you save money. Frugalistas unite. Come to FrugalCon!
Thanks to Leslie at Frugal Mommy Living for hosting this awesome event!
The original post, with additional information can be found here
Thursday, September 10, 2009
of if you miss that offer you can print out this coupon for buy 1 smoothie get a 16oz smoothie for only $1 (coupon expires 9/27/09)
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Get a Large cheese pizza for 25¢ when you buy a large 2 or more topping pizza at regular menu price online. Use the promo code 90809 (Code expires 10/4/09)
Monday, September 7, 2009
Learn your seasonal clearance schedules, these may not always be around the holidays, but usually happen at the same times every year.
On a Smaller Scale
Target has a weekly mark down schedule, which varies by store, but generally follows a set pattern. These clearance items are usually set out on the end caps, and people that shop Target clearance regularly, call this kind of shopping Perimeter Perusing, so called because they walk the end caps/perimeter of the store looking for great deals!
Aside from knowing the mark down schedule the best way to keep tabs on these mini sales are to keep your eyes open and observe for yourself when mark downs usually happen. Clearance items usually start out at 15% and drop from there…sometimes all the way to 75%off. Or if you’re feeling more bold, feel free to politely grab an employee that is marking stuff down and just ask them.
The Typical Target mark down schedule is as follows
Kids Clothing, Stationary Items, Electronics
Domestics, Food, Women's Clothing, Pets
Men's Clothing, Toys, Lawn and Garden
Housewares, Shoes, Lingerie, Sporting Goods, Music, Movies, Books, Decor
Auto, Cosmetics, Hardware, Jewelry
On a Larger Scale
Target’s Big Toy Clearance - July and October are the clearance events at Target, where they put BIG selections of toys on clearance, beginning at 15% and then take them down to 75% until they’re gone. This sale for me has been a little tricky for me the last couple of years because the rate at how fast they put the toys to 75% has kept changing. Sometimes they’ll draw the sale out for a week or two, other times BANG! All the toys were just all of a sudden 75%. Again you just have to keep an eye on things.
Also, be sure to check out online vendors such as Deepdiscount.com. Twice a year usually in June and then again in November or there abouts they offer a special check out code that takes an extra 20%off already really low prices. Nine times out of ten DeepDiscount has the lower price out of Amazon, Walmart, and Barnes and Noble, and with free shipping it makes the deal even sweeter. However if you do take the free shipping option, be sure to order early because their shipping has been known to be a little on the slow side.
Take advantage of freebie and free with purchase offers:
When you sign up for store and company newsletters there’s a good chance they’ll send out Internet and or standard US mail coupons for free and or free with purchase items. These coupons can usually be redeemed to your advantage.
Recently Victoria Secrets sent out a coupon to their Pink Nation members, good for a free travel pack of goodies worth $25 when you purchased a Pink product, many customers were lucky to find pink lolly pops for $1.50 to meet the purchase requirement. So for $1.50 you could get a travel pack worth $25 and a lolly pop. A great birthday or holiday present for very little money!
(the example of the travel pack from Victoria Secrets, unfortunately I had to make due with a purchase of $5 soap)
Another example of making freebies work for you during gift giving times is when a place like Walgreens or CVS has an item such as a candle or bath product on sale and you get a store voucher (Register rewards at Walgreens or Extra Care Bucks at CVS) good for the price of that item to use on a later shopping trip to the store. Candles can keep for a long time, and bath products such as body wash or body lotion have started to come in more appealing packages that could easily be put into a pretty little gift basket!
(an example of Glade candles that usually go on sale at Walgreens and or CVS)
Searching the repeat sales:
The small jewelry boutiques called ICINGS or the younger geared versions called CLAIRE’S are a great find for purses, wallets, or makeup bags (useful for putting other gifts in) as well as nifty inexpensive jewelry and the like.
I add this small section for the sole fact that I find the buy 10 items for $10 or better still the buy 15 items for $10 sales from these stores are almost a constant. There may be a pattern or a season to these, but if there is I don’t know them.
In Closing A word of warning, you may be tempted but;
Do Not Over Buy: Keep track of your purchases
Do Not Over Stuff a gift: Think of the products as full price and not the price you paid for them that way instead of filling a birthday bag or a Christmas stocking with 10 items that you paid $5 for you will fill it with perhaps 5 items worth $25.
Go Here (or if that link doesn't work here )to get a coupon good for buy 1 get one free waffle at any participating Waffle House good until 12/9/09.
Also be sure to sign up for their Newsletter here to recieve more special offers.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Not sure how this one got by me BUT....Still have the rest of today and tomorrow to take advantage of this super deal all you can bowl, laser tag, billiards, and in some available locations glow golf, rock climbing, and gravity rope course.
The one nearest me is 4801 Citylake Blvd in Fort Worth, I double checked to make sure they are indeed participating...they are...and I also double checked the hours(see below)
Hours of Operation (All Locations*)
11:00am – 2:00am
11:00am – 12:00am
To find the Main Event nearest you go here to find location and phone number if you want to double check your nearest location
Saturday, September 5, 2009
I began this blog post with Christmas in mind, but really, it applies to all gift giving occasions; birthdays, weddings, baby showers, and any other holidays you may celebrate.
Instead of fitting all my Christmas shopping into only a month or two of frenzied what do I get, and how can I afford to get all of it shopping, I spread my shopping out through out the year. $20 here, $5 there, and then I save the more recent, must have items until closer to the holidays, unless I see it on sale of course.
I have it a little more easy than most as I only have two older teen daughters, a 7yr old sister, a 20 yr old sister, and my husband to buy for. My parents only exchange presents with my daughters, no adults exchanging presents in my family except my husband and I, so my shopping strategy may not work for everyone, but I think it holds some pretty useful ideas.
After holiday shopping and after season shopping:
Shopping a year in advance and buying neutral gifts
At places like Walmart, Target, your local Mall, Michael’s, and Joann’s you can almost ALWAYS pick up a few weeks after the end of a season (fall/summer) or after a holiday (Christmas/Halloween/Easter) items 75%-90% off. Even the day after a holiday Walmart and Target slash prices an automatic 50% on most items.
Decorations, and Holiday geared items are the easiest to buy a year in advance because most people’s decorating tastes don’t change too dramatically over the course of a year, and you can consider yourself pretty safe when you’re buying for your own house.
My favorite items to buy that are obvious Christmas presents are the spiffy pet stockings filled with dog/kitty treats and toys. I can keep them in tact and hand them out to my own animals next Christmas or my animal loving friends or if a friend or family member gets a new pet, I can remove all the goodies from the stocking and make my own little pet warming gift for them! I also grab a dozen or so extra stockings if my budget allows, and turn around and donate them to the local animal shelters. (the neat little box on the left contains a food/water bowl some rubber toys and a rope tug, was found at Walgreens and paid $2.50, stockings on the right were bought at Walmart for $1 a piece)
Picking up Seasonal Clothes is a little trickier because you may want to take into account style trends and your size may change within a year’s time. However if you are buying for adults (or teens that are done growing) things like over sized shirts, tank tops, and shoes are a few things you shouldn't have too much trouble with buying a year in advance. Also, I’m the kinda girl who wears jeans all year round, so there are some things stores consider seasonal, but some people wear all year round…those items are goldmines! A great recent example of a great seasonal clothes sale was the $2 tank top sale at Old Navy!
Gift Baskets are the BEST neutral gifts to buy after a holiday, by neutral I mean you could gift it the next time the holiday comes around or just as easily give it as a birthday gift. You can get gift baskets the easiest at Walmart or Target, but you can also find them at places like Bath and Body Work or Victoria Secrets inside your local mall or shopping center.
For the same price, or even cheaper than a roll of wrapping paper you can also pick up neutral baskets, decorative boxes, and other great inexpensive gifting containers after a holiday.
(the yellow and purple baskets on the left were bought for $0.75 a piece after Easter at Walgreens, the pretty wood woven basket at Walmart after Christmas for $3)
Toga! Toga! Toga!
For $7.50 this Sunday night at 7pm you can catch this classic movie at
Hulen Movie Tavern
4920 S. Hulen Rd.
Fort Worth, TX 76132
Don't forget a cool drink and an order of fried pickles!
AND THE NATIONAL COWGIRL MUSEUM
WHEN? Last Friday of every month from 3 to 7 p.m
WHERE? 1720 Gendy St., Fort Worth
The free Family Fridays series includes free exhibit admission from 3 to 7 p.m. on the last Friday of every month. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is the temporary home of the science and history museum while a new building is under construction. Omni Theater admission is separate.
Visit Web site for details here to make sure where the free family Friday is taking place, as they're talking about moving the exhibits mid September.
FORT WORTH ZOO
WHEN? Every Wednesday
WHERE? 1989 Colonial Parkway (off University Drive, south of Interstate 30), Fort Worth.
DISCOUNT? HALF PRICE
Exhibits include the World of Primates, Asian Falls, Great Barrier Reef, an indoor penguin display and a birds-of-prey aviary. Regular admission is $12, $7 seniors, $8 ages 3-12, free for toddlers. $5 parking.
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
They've been putting these coupons out so regulary I only go there now if I have a buy 1 get 1 free coupon LOL
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Labor Day sale at Half Price Books, extra 20% off
Everybody saves at half price books...there's a big sale at half price books...chacha cha
If you haven't heard the annoyingly catchy sale song yet on the radio...you will MWHAHA
Everything at Half Price Books is an additional 20% their already...well half price-ness...so now would be a good time to go get that book you've been eyeing or nab a dvd or dvd box set you've been coveting!
Feed Your Family for 1/2 off!
All Labor day Weekend September 5-7th you can use this coupon and get 50% off any family meal or Market Feast.
Bedford Bluesfest September 5-6
Free Game of Bowling on September 5th
The 2009 National Bowling Week Kicked Off On August 29 With The Record-breaking Attempt To Occur On National Bowling Day, September 5.
On September 5, All People Who Downloaded A Free Game Coupon At http://www.bowl.com/ Will Be Able To Bowl A Free Game At Their Local Participating Center