Have you purchase an Entertainment Book this year? I know some people swear by the discounts, saying they’re the greatest thing ever, so I did some looking online at what’s available in Colorado Springs. I think if you eat out a fair amount, there are some nice coupons! Here’s a few that I spotted:
Omelette Parlor: buy one entree, get one free
Leon Gessi Pizza: 50% off any 1 pizza
TGIFriday’s: $5 off $15 purchase
CiCi’s Pizza: free adult buffet with purchase of adult buffet + 2 drinks
Firehouse Southern Style BBQ: buy one entree, get one free
Briarhurst Manor Estate: buy one entree, get one free
R&R Coffee Cafe: 50% off any beverage (psst – read my review of R&R!)
The Castle At Glen Eyrie: buy one tour, get one free
Pueblo Zoo: buy one, get one free
Adventure Miniature Golf: buy one, get one free
ProRodeo Hall of Fame: buy one, get one free
Many of the restaurant offers are Buy 1 Entree, Get 1 Free, which would be really nice if you’re able to go out on a date night regularly! There are coupons for retail, too, but it didn’t seem like there were quite as many of those, and they weren’t as good of a discount.
It also says there is a coupon for $5 off your $50 purchase at Safeway – there may be multiple of those coupons, I believe there usually are. (If you know, please share!) I know Albertsons should accept that as a competitor’s coupon, and King Soopers may if you ask nicely!
Overall, I’m not sure the $28 book would be worth it for our family, since we try not to eat out much. There are a ton of great deals to be had from restaurant e-clubs and [r.com], but the Entertainment Book does have more options for local restaurants.
Are you an Entertainment Book family? What are your favorite coupons to use from it?
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