Gallons of apple cider, gallons of pumpkin pie filling, and gallons of gore: It'll be October in a couple of days, and time to enjoy all the food, drink, and scares that come with it when you grab today's deal from Moxley Manor Haunted House, one of DFW's bloodiest, spookiest scream fests. Scare up $15 and score admission for two to this Bedford haunt (a $30 value). Expect tortured souls, hideous hollers, terrifying tales, and vicious vignettes performed by "live" actors. This hellish haunted house is not recommended for children under 10, but since you know them best, Moxley Manor ultimately leaves that decision up to you. Enter if you dare, and bring the family if you must; this horrific deal will give you a fright without doing the same to your wallet.
If the prospect of watching Texas Chainsaw Massacre in your living room for the hundredth time doesn't raise so much as a hair on the back of your neck, today's half-off deal from Texas Scaregrounds is sure to chill your Lone Star blood. For $42, you and three other characters can get in on the horrifying action at this DFW fright fest (an $84 value). Take a ride on Havoc's Interactive Hayride toward your Final Destination: CHAOS, one of the largest haunted houses in the country. This is more than just a haunted house experience, however -- there's also a Halloween carnival featuring events, food, music, games, and more. Texas Scaregrounds was named one of the top destinations in the country by Haunted Attraction magazine, meaning when you scare up this deal, you're guaranteed a good Scream.
African elephants and Australian kangaroos aren’t the only things booming around the Dallas Zoo: this season, it’s a baby boom, too, with a newborn giraffe, llamas, chimps, warthogs, reptiles and more. Meet the new babies and the whole Dallas Zoo animal family with today’s offer: $1 gets you one adult general admission ticket ($12 value).
Thanks to Google Offers for the next 37 hours you can purchase up to 3 $1 adult admission tickets to the Dallas Zoo!
I've found I enjoy seeing other people's finds from thrift stores/couponing/garage sales so I thought I might try to share deals I find from various locations!
This week I went to the Goodwill 50% sale and scored these great deals!
This pretty little mermaid is part of the Munro Syrens of the Sea Collection, her name is Jadyn and she is retired (can't even find her on ebay)! I have a few of these mermaids already and also collect the Faerie Glen line....so I knew what she was worth without the aide of her original price tag of $26.99!
Original Retail Price - $26.99
Goodwill nonsale price - $5.00
Goodwill Half off Sale Price - $2.50
Savings of $24.49....prolly more since she's retired!
Love Love Love me some snowglobes!
Last trip to SeaWorld I saw these beauties! The picture doesn't really do it justice as the sand and shells of the base have a fine irredesent glitter all over! Very pretty but I didn't see paying the $19.99 and maybe not making it saftley home with it. Lucky lil me found same snowglobe, price tag still attached on half price day!
Original Retail Price - $19.99
Goodwill nonsale price - $5.00
Goodwill Half off Sale Price - $2.50
Savings of $17.49
Hubby is a BIG fan of Monty Python so when I found this metal sign I knew I had to get it!
Original Retail Price - Retails for anything over $9.99
Goodwill nonsale price - $3.00
Goodwill Half off Sale Price - $1.50
Savings of $8.49
You can use Goodwill, especially on half off days, for a good resource for resale on Ebay...you just need to know your prices!
All these goodies are staying with me, but you can easily see how I could turn a nice profit on these items if I wanted to resale them.
This gentle giant is Moe. Hes a handsome boy who was adopted from the Frisco Humane Society in 2003 as a kitten but then dumped in a local shelter a few months ago given up by his family after 7 years. But he hasnt let that get him down - Moe is an extra special and friendly cat who gets along with everyone cats, dogs and kids. He loves to be exactly where you are (though you may not know hes around hes so mellow). Moe will follow you around the house while you do chores he probably wont help fold the laundry, but if you need a good buddy to chat with while unloading the dishwasher, hes your cat. Moe enjoys meeting new friends and sitting by a sunny window to watch the day go by. All in all, this loveable kitty is one of the best in town easy-going, friendly, and purrfectly happy at the foot of your bed for a good nights rest after a long day of relaxing.
For further information please email the address below or call 972-498-8980. Anyone interested in our cats will be required to fill out an adoption application. We do not adopt to anyone living out of the D/FW area. All our cats will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and current on vaccinations. We do ask for a $135 adoption donation. To fill out an application on line, just go to http://www.friscohumanesociety.com/ and click on the Adoption Application link.
If you don't see the Hangman's deal, simply select Fort Worth for your city
Franklin D. Roosevelt inspired generations of Americans during his first inauguration when he proclaimed: "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself and a haunted house." Venture into terrifying territory with today's Groupon: for $20, you get admission for two to all four haunted attractions at Hangman's House of Horrors (a $40 value).
For more than two decades, Hangman's House of Horrors has frightened customers with increasingly terrifying attractions, including a haunted tour, a dark labyrinth, and a 3-D tunnel. Frightful features span three acres along the haunted grounds, which chills spines with more than 100 gruesome, faux-weapon-wielding characters. Along the haunted tour, participants creep through cobwebs and along ghastly gray walls as clowns, spooky silhouettes, and cardboard cutouts of Cher follow in close pursuit. Tour groups to fumble through the darkened, spine-tingling McDagenville, only to find themselves face to face with the frightfully distorted images that swirl through Hangman's House of Horrors' 3-D wonderland.
Based upon the bone-chilling legend of The Hangman dating to 1882, Hangman's House of Horrors has been featured on The Travel Channel's list of scariest Halloween attractions––a list based on each attraction's popularity and number of middle-school gym teachers moonlighting as killer clowns. When it's not busy scaring the pants off old and young alike, the haunted funhouse also hosts karaoke, DJs and live music, and donates net proceeds to support charities including the American Cancer Society and Rocky Top Therapy Center.
Although Hangman’s House of Horrors sometimes features a discounted price, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Fort Worth, Texas is a city where culture and heritage thrive together. Known for its legendary western roots, this city embraces the arts and is home to some of the most beautifully designed museums in the world, with outstanding collections and a vibrant performing arts scene.
On Saturday, September 24, eight cultural destinations will offer free admission and many of Fort Worth's cultural organizations will offer free performances in and around each destination. We welcome you to enjoy the rich cultural experiences that Fort Worth has to offer during the fourth annual Day in the District, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free transportation within the Cultural District will be provided by The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T).
Day in the District also coincides with National Museum Day, so bring your family out to the celebrated Cultural District and enjoy free admission to a variety of art and cultural exhibitions, family-friendly activities and live performances by some of Fort Worth’s favorite arts groups.
Pixie Kitty wanted to make a special note, that like her, Ray is a deaf bundle of fluffy marshmallow joy!
Ray was a very sick feral kitten when he was rescued. He had a severe upper respiratory infection and it took several weeks for him to fully recover, but the second her arrived at the animal clinic, they knew he would be a keeper. He is so affectionate and adores to be held and loved on. Through his recovery period, they knew something was different about him. He wasn't afraid of anything! Barking dogs, slamming doors, even vacuum cleaners didn't seem to bother him. They came to realize that Ray is deaf. Most of you know that lack of hearing isn't much of a problem for an indoor kitty, so Ray is getting on just fine. He would do great in the home of an understanding family (he certainly wont come when hes called!) with other gentle pets. He loves to have friends.
Please click here to apply online or call Humane Society of Lewisville, Lewisville, TX