Entertainment Book – A Fantastic Moneymaker

With summertime here we’ve got more free days to explore our community. I recently purchased an Entertainment book for the San Diego area and was so pleasantly surprised. I found that our favorite breakfast restaurant from Kansas City also has a location here. Yeah! We’re hoping to go sometime soon and enjoy a free breakfast.

Not only are the local coupons a great deal, but there are national coupons in the book. Major movie chains and grocery stores also advertise in the Entertainment book. I have about $35 dollars in Ralphs coupons now in addition to our free breakfast. Makes this book a definite moneymaker for me.

Right now you can get a free 2009 book (good until November 1) when you reserve a 2010 book. Or, you can just buy the 2009 book for a reduced rate. Either way, purchasing an Entertainment book will more than pay for itself. And you just might find a new favorite breakfast joint.

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  1. Frugal Girls! says:

    I love the Entertainment Books, and you're right ~ they definitely pay for themselves!! 🙂

  2. I even thought about getting one when we went on our last vacation… turns out I probably should have.

    Don't forget to go through Cashbaq to make your purchase to get $ back too.

  3. Kimberly says:

    A good friend of mine who used to live next door worked for the Entertainment company making books for my area of NC. When his sample books would get too ragged to show off, he would let me and other neighbor friends pull out our favorite coupons from discarded books. And each year he gave us a free one!

    I really hate that he moved to San Francisco, but all you folks out there can be glad he did, b/c he is making the San Fran book now!

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