Mother’s Day Gift: An Entertainment Book

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This past weekend we received our Entertainment Book in the mail. And can I tell you what geeks we were? I sat and read all the great deals to FishPapa and we planned out our summer. Well, sort of. We browsed through to see if we really got our money’s worth. And we totally did. Totally.

(I’m a California girl, what can I say?)

Not only were there $20 worth of grocery store coupons, but there were also dozens of coupons for restaurants that we already go to or plan to try, coupon or not. For San Diego county, I’d say it’s a money maker. I can’t vouch for every city nationwide, but the San Diego 2010 book’s a winner. (And we’ve had good experiences with an Entertainment book in other locations.)

I think this would make a great Mother’s Day gift, especially now that all books are $15 with free shipping. These are especially fun for vacation destinations as well as families that have recently relocated.

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I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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  1. Patti says:

    One way to find out if the book is useful is to keep a running tally of the coupons you use. I placed a sticky note inside and wrote down what I used to see if the book was worth it. It didn’t take long to see that it was!!

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