Archive for October, 2011

RESTAURANT.COM 70% OFF

Thursday, October 20th, 2011


Restaurant.com Weekly Promo Offer 600 X 400

RESTAURANT.COM
Get 70% off restaurant gift certificates! Good through 10/24/11! Get a $25 gift certificate for only $3 (normally $10). No expiration date on certificates. Over 18,000 restaurants across the U.S. on Restaurant.com.
Use code: FRIENDS
Click here to order:
http://tinyurl.com/yjutc54

Joe
http://www.joethecouponguy.com

OLD NAVY ONE DAY SALE

Thursday, October 20th, 2011


OLD NAVY
For one day only on Thursday, October 20th, save 30% off at OldNavy.com.
Coupon Code: ONAUTUMN

Click here to order:
http://tinyurl.com/3fxqxt6

ENTERTAINMENT BOOK SALE

Thursday, October 20th, 2011


Save on all the things you love to do!

ENTERTAINMENT BOOK
The Entertainment books expire in less than two weeks on November 1st! Make sure you use any good coupons left in the book. The new ones are available now and good through Nov 1st of next year.

For the rest of October, get $25 in Discount Dining Dollars for free with the purchase of any new 2012 Entertainment Book. On top of that, every book is on SALE for $3 OFF!

Click here to order:
http://tinyurl.com/3hdvros

Joe
http://www.joethecouponguy.com

LAS VEGAS ROUNDTRIP FLIGHTS FOR $209

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

LAS VEGAS
Get flight to Vegas for $209 roundtrip.
Click here:
http://www.travelzoo.com/newsflash/71563510-1120718/

Joe
http://www.joethecouponguy.com

BUCKEYE MEAT COMPANY DEAL

Monday, October 17th, 2011

BUCKEYE MEAT COMPANY
For $25, you get $50 worth of wholesale steak, pork, chicken, and seafood from Buckeye Meat Company in Medina (use Akron for city).
Click here for the certificate:
http://tinyurl.com/4bqn6dt

Joe
http://www.joethecouponguy.com

GIANT EAGLE & HEINENS DEALS

Monday, October 17th, 2011

GIANT EAGLE
Through Wednesday, 10/19:
Pillsbury Sweet Moments brownies – 4 for $10 – plus use .75 (found on some packages) or $1 coupon – plus you will get 10 cents off per gallon at GetGo.
Nature Valley Granola Thins – free with four .75 coupons and the full 20 cents per gallon off GetGo gas (30 gallons x 20 cents = $6)
Perrier Water – it might have been the first time I bought it! $1.50 a bottle plus I use a $1/3 coupon found at Coupons.com
Betty Crocker cookie mix – $1.19 after .40 coupon also found at Coupons.com
Betty Crocker muffin mix – 27 cents after $1/2 coupon
Yopliat Greek yogurt – 2/$1 after .50/2 coupon

HEINENSThrough Tuesday, October 18th:
10 for $10 deals:
Sport & Nutrition bars
Quaker Rice cakes
Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce
Kens Dressings
Betty Crocker Brownie mix
Progresso Soup
Tropicana Fruit Drinks
Deer Park Spring Water 8 pack
Swiss Miss Hot Chocolate
Heinz Mustard/Ketchup/Sweet Relish
Toufayan Sliced Bagels
Pillsbury cake mix
and more…

Joe
http://www.joethecouponguy.com

DEALS O’ THE WEEK, SAVING STAR ECOUPONS

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

ACE HARDWARE
Rebates through 10/31:
Fast Kill Disposable bait station 2 pack – free after rebate – limit 4
Quick Set Mouse Trap 2 pack – 99 cents after rebate
Peak Long Life Antifreeze & Coolant – 99 cents after rebate – limit 2
RV Antifreeze – $1.99 after rebate – limit 3

Great Stuff Foam Sealants – $2.99
CFL Bulb – 2 for $3

ALDIS
Red Grapes – 89 cents/lb
Pineapple – $1.69 each
Cabbage – 99 cents each
Red Potatoes – $1.99 5 lb bag
Cauliflower – 99 cents each
German breads – $1.49

CVS
Benefiber/Gas-X/Maalox – Get $10 back in extrabucks when you purchase $20 worth – Plus use $10/3 coupon (coupon expires 10/16)
Buy $30 worth of items listed in ad, get a $10 gift card

DOLLAR GENERAL
90% off summer toy items. 70% off summer items like hose attachments, yard decorations, and bug killer. Summer clothes clearance – $3. May vary by store.


Harbor Freight Tools Clearance Sale: Up to 80% Off

HARBOR FREIGHT
Look for freebie coupon for leather work gloves with any purchase in Sunday magazine or with ads. I’ve been getting a 7 cent wet paint sign. Sometimes they run out of the freebie item, but I have tons of other freebie coupons. They usually have coupons for scissors, tape measure, screwdriver sets, and many more.
Click here for the free scissors coupon:
http://tinyurl.com/47llamn


Joann.com

JOANN FABRIC AND CRAFT STORES
Get 50% off one regular-priced item with coupon in ad. Online use code NFSE293 (good Sun to Thurs or NFSE295 (good Fri & Sat).
Click here for online deals:
http://tinyurl.com/43vc5db

KMART SUPERCENTER
Tyson boneless chicken tenders – $1.69/lb
Apples – $1.50/3 lb bag
Red or Green grapes – 99 cents/lb
Pork Chops – $1.69/lb
Summer clothes clearance – $1.99 clothes

LOWES
75% off outdoor shrubs, perennials, and trees. May vary by store.

MARCS
Pears – 89 cents/lb
Oranges – $2.50/4 lb bag
Home Pride or Arnold Bread – $1.33

OFFICEMAX
Get a case of paper for 1 cent after MaxPerks rewards. Limit 2. Plus use 20% off coupon found in ad.

PETSMART
Get $5 off a $30 order online.
Use code PERK10EM3
Expires 10/17/11

RITE AID
Free after UP rewards:
Blistex
Organix cough drops
St Joseph Aspirin – free after $1 coupon
Duract Cold Relief
Sinus, Cold or Allergy Buster – look for $2 coupon on package or go to http://www.busterbrands.com/special-offers/
Neilmed Nasadrops
Crest – Profit after $2 coupon
Revlon lip, eye, nail, & beauty tools – get many items free after $1 coupon and 40% discount. Coupon was on back of prior weeks Walmart ad.

Free after rebate (fill our rebate form at http://www.riteaid.com – no need to send in receipts, UPC’s, or a stamped envelope!):
Saline Soothers Menthol – plus get 50 cent coupon at http://www.salinesoothers.com/Similasan Cold relief for Children – profit after $1.75 coupon
Zarbees Nightime cough & sleep drink

99 cents after UP reward:
Sucrets

STAPLES
Get 100% back in Staples Rewards with the purchase of a 16 pack of Duracell batteries. Limit 2.

TARGET
Get a $5 Target gift card with the purchase of 4 Vaseline lotions – plus use BOGO coupon.

WALGREENS
Bayer low dose aspirin – free after coupon in ad and $1 manufacturers coupon (can use store and manufacturer coupon at the same time)
W Ultra Thin Maxi pads – free after register rewards
Listerine pocketpacks/Reach Total Care toothbrush or floss – free after $2 register reward and $1 coupon
Get a Varsity Snuggie for $4.99 – click here: http://tinyurl.com/6hzgj6t


KELLOGGS
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Free Grocery Coupons

COUPONS.COM
New free coupons available on Coupons.com.
Gerber Graduates entrees – $1
Farm Rich product – 75 cents
Smart Balance Milk – $1.50
Nestle/Wonka candy bag – $1.40
Kettle Chips – $1
Classico canned tomato product – 55 cents
Aleve – $2
Cats Pride cat litter – $1
Paula Deen Southern dishes – 55 cents
Click here for the coupons:
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SAVING STAR
Saving Star links up electronic coupons to your loyalty cards and then pays you for using them! It’s easy to sing up and Free! This is how it works:

Select the eCoupons you like at Savingstar.com or on SavingStar’s iPhone or Android apps, and they are automatically linked to all of the store cards you have registered with SavingStar. (If you don’t have a card, you should be able to get one at the customer service desk.)

Use your existing store loyalty card when you check out and the money is added to your SavingStar account. The total on your receipt does not change at checkout and the savings are not printed on the receipt. Savings can take 2-30 days to post to your account depending on the store where you shopped. You will receive an email each time savings are deposited in your account.

Once your SavingStar account reaches at least $5 in savings, you can pick your payout from a deposit into your bank account or PayPal account, an Amazon.com Gift Card, or a donation to charity.

Click here:

Save Big $$ on Your Groceries at SavingStar.com!

WOIO
I filmed a segment with Denise Dufala from WOIO that is supposed to air on Nov 1st. They filmed at my class at Fairview Park Library and me shopping at Dave’s Supermarket. I spent about $10 for about $50 worth of groceries there. Not that easy to save at Dave’s as their ads are small, they don’t take internet coupons, and items are priced higher, but they do double coupons of 99 cents and less so that helped. I got yogurt, kitty litter, V8, Snuggle, Dr Pepper, pizza, and a few other things. One guy kept trying to get on camera even grabbing my cart while we were filming. Denise was great to work with. The date it airs may change, but it should be sometime the first week in November.

CELLPHONE/SMARTPHONE TIPS
– Purchase mobile phone accesories online at substantial discounts. I got a car charge for my cellphone for just $4 on http://www.cellphoneshop.net (Get 15% Discount On Any Purchase. Coupon Code: BICJOCT11).

– Site like Textfree offer free unlimited text minutes. Find them at http://www.pinger.com/content/home.html or http://textem.net/. In essence, it’s like using wi-fi from home or a place that offers free wi-fi to send it via your laptop to send it.

– Some companies have discounted plans for seniors like AT&T.

– Many stores will give you credit or cash for your old cellphone if you recycle it with them. They can be sold too on a variety of sites like http://www.cellphonetradeins.com. Some sites give any proceeds to charity like http://www.charitablerecycling.com.

– Try to get on the same carrier as others you speak with a lot to get free mobile-to-mobile minutes.

– Be careful with gotchas – listening to voicemail uses up minutes, don’t miss rebate deadlines, some pay as you go phones won’t allow more minutes to be added during the month and expire if you don’t renew minutes, and find out if the phone you want is new or refurbished.

– Trade you cell phone plan with another user to avoid the early termination fee with a service found at http://www.celltradeusa.com or http://www.cellswapper.com for about $20.

– At http://www.validas.com they will analyze your cell bill and “right-size” it by offering the best plans for you and recover disputed amounts and overages.

YOU BIG DUMMY
I had to slap my knee a few times with this one. Check out this recent police blotter:

A former employee of a local dry cleaner was arrested Sept. 26, accused of taking a credit card that was left in clothing dropped off by a customer on Sept 4 and using it to attempt to purchase about $400 worth of goods at area Giant Eagles and Get-Go stations, including stores in Chagrin Falls, Solon, and Cleveland Although the Twinsburg man, 53, was captured on store surveillance video, an even bigger giveaway was the fact that he used his own Giant Eagle Advantage card while making the transactions, in order to receive discounts on his own store account.

Now kudos for using his Advantage card, but by my calculations he got a maximum of $24 worth of additional fuelperks with the purchase. Silly criminals…

< Filming on East 9th in downtown Cleveland for the Avengers movie. You can see some of builldings in the clip below. AVENGERS
The Avengers movie was partly filmed here in Cleveland. It’s due to be out next year. Looks like it will be one awesome movie. I was able to get some pics of the set while they were filming. The clip below even show much of it.
Check it out:

Click here for the video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=89_zqLk7k5A

FOR RICHER AND POORER
There has been lots of protests lately across the world about how the rich and banks have used their power to take advantage of the poor. It also reflects the frustrations of the working class. Here’s my 2 cents on what is happening.

Let me start with the flat tax. Beware of the flat tax! Simple is not always better unless some of you want to pay more in taxes with a flat tax. Every year there is an idea for a flat tax that is floated around saying it will make things better and a lot of people like the idea because, well, it’s simpler. However; almost all flat taxes reduce taxes for the rich and increase them for the poor. One being mentioned now increases sales taxes by 9%, increase taxes on the poor by 9%, eliminates the mortgage deduction, and reduces taxes for the rich. I’ll take complex taxes thank you.

Some are even saying that the poor pay no income taxes when they should! Some of those same people don’t know what a progressive and regressive tax is. Or if they do, they know people won’t take the time to find out the poor pay more taxes right now than the rich as a percentage of their income on sales taxes, utility taxes, gas taxes, and many other taxes (called a regressive tax). The rich have to pay more in taxes on other income to balance things out (called a progressive tax). And after all, they should. How many rich people that aren’t greedy do you know that say they don’t have enough money?

Some say the rich deserve what they made and shouldn’t be punished by paying more in taxes. Sure they do, but I would say the same about workers that are poor or in the middle class. Many of them have hard, physical jobs or demanding jobs. They deserve every penny they get. No golf course meetings, golden parachutes when they bankrupt companies, or high pay for poor stock performance for them. The big picture is that we were almost in another Great Depression and the last time we got out of it is by taxing the rich more and it helped catapult the economy. Would you believe the rich got taxed on 90% of their income back then all the way up to the 1960’s! Yet increasing their taxes a few percent is what’s hampering us now while their taxes are tons less of what it was back then. Cutting government costs is not going to do it alone. In good times it can be reversed, but not now.

It’s also ridiculous because the poor have seen their income stagnate while the rich have seen their income quadruple since 1979, yet they feel the poor and middle class don’t pay enough in taxes and the rich do! So who is really starting all this class warfare?

The Occupy Wall Street groups have had enough with the income disparities and catering to the rich and powerful. Their movement has gone worldwide yet you hear some commentators disparage the protestors appearance without, more importantly, investigating what the movement is all about. People from that group got arrested for standing up for their moral convictions, yet there has not been one banker or politician arrested even though they brought us to the brink of a Great Depression with their back-handed dealings. Do the rich worry about paying for food, insurance, medical, housing, etc. like the poor do with the little they make? I know people that don’t have insurance because it is too expensive even though they have jobs! How can they empathize if so?

Did you ever watch the show Undercover Boss? The boss works as an underling in disguise. After working a day in their jobs they find out it isn’t so easy and that the pay makes it hard to get by on just the necessities. Funny what a little empathy will do. Some of their lifestyles and preconceived notions get them from seeing what life is really like for many of us. It’s just easy to label a group because it’s hard not to treat them as individuals and especially when you don’t walk a mile in their shoes.

When you hear people like Warren Buffet and other billionaires saying they want to be taxed more, why aren’t we doing so? In 2011, the top 1% own 40% of the U.S. wealth. The bottom 80% own only 7%. That is not healthy for any nation. Eventually the rich get bold and think they can flaunt their power with nary any opposition. Now that the scales have tipped so far, things will start to implode just as they did when the Roman Empire fell.

The rich won’t create jobs some say if you tax them more. Well, the tax cuts for the rich were extended and the unemployment rate is still horrible. It was the housing industry that propped up the economy for so many years and not the tax cuts until the economy collapsed with the bank and mortgage mess. It’s evidenced by the states that relied on the housing industry heavily to provide jobs. They used to have very low unemployment as compared to the rest of the nation. Now they have the highest unemployment – those states being – California 12.1%, Nevada 13.4%, Arizona 9.3%, Georgia 10.2%, Florida 10.7%, South Carolina 11.1%, North Carolina 10.4% (other states above 10% – Rhode Island 10.6%, Mississippi 10.3%, Michigan 11.2%).

Same goes for corporations. We need to tax them less some say. The U.S. did when they allowed them to repatriate foreign profits back from 2004 to 2006 to use towards job growth and other investment and not for stock buyback and executive compensation. No documentation was required though. Guess what happened? The study found that the 15 firms that brought the most income home found that they employed 21,000 fewer employees in 2007 than 2004. How’s that for accountability. And you want to trust that they are going to do the right thing by letting them regulate themselves?! Remember how watered down bank regulations in the 80’s led to the S&L crisis to thousands of bank closures to the current bank lending mess. It’s like a parent giving the keys to teenage Johnny for the car and liquor cabinet and throwing some cash on the floor and telling him to behave.

Corporations are sitting on over a trillion dollars of cash. They are not spending it partly because they need to sell more in order to spend it in order to hire more workers. Some proposals are giving them breaks but how is giving more cash to corporations gonna fix it? They already have enough. It needs to get in the hands of regular folks that are without jobs so that they can spend more. Consumer spending will get this economy going again. Cut taxes for regular folks so they can spend it – they will! Regular folks don’t put their money offshore Swiss accounts.

Not everyone can afford college. And many going to college now are stuck working as bartenders or waitressing until they find a job in their field, if they ever do. Hard to get a job in your field when there are none available. Notably though, the unemployment rate for those with college degrees is much, much lower than those with little post-education. There are some that still say, just get a job you lazy person! Work at McDonalds. Umm, there are about 4.6 people vying for every available job out there now. It was 6 to 1 so it’s getting better, but hardly anywhere to the point people can just fill out an application and bam, can you start Monday. And do you really think McDonalds wants to hire overqualified people? Many low-paying jobs offer high-cost or no health insurance and the percentage is increasing. One illness and it can be financially devastating.

Another ludicrous thing that is happening is that the unemployed aren’t even being considered for a job by some companies, because, would you believe, they are unemployed! Sure there are some bad apples that are unemployed and that is what the interview process should weed out. Are they saying that anyone employed isn’t a bad apple? Crazy.

I teach a lot of classes and I hear stories of how tough it is out there and how families struggle to make ends meet because one or both parents have lost their jobs. A survey by Careerbuilder.com found that 77% of people were living paycheck to paycheck in 2010. The percentage was 43% in 2007, 49% in 2008, and 61% in 2009. It’s hard to make ends meet when many of the jobs available are low-paying. More health care costs are being paid by workers now too, diminishing the real wage people make. The vast majority of the poor and middle class are hard workers, want to be self-sufficient, and just want an honest wage to make ends meet. Sure, we need to make sure people don’t get comfortable getting handouts from the government and the way to do that is to make sure there are plenty of good jobs available. There are too many poverty-like, I-gotta-work-two jobs paying jobs out there. So not just jobs, but good jobs.


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CLEVELAND INDEPENDENTS
Fresh deals available for Cleveland area independent restaurants. New certificates became available Thursday, October 13th. Get $25 gift certificates for $17.50 or $50 ones for $35.
The new 2012 deck of certificates (52 like a playing card deck) will be available on Nov 1 for $29.95. The 2011 edition is yet available for $9.95 and good through the end of the year.
Click here:
http://www.clevelandindependents.com

INFORMATION WEEK MAGAZINE
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BEST DEAL MAGAZINES
Get an extra 17% off with Coupon Code: SECRETSALE17 – ends October 16, 2011.

Deals good this week:
BUDGET TRAVEL
Additional 60% Off
$4.79 for 1 year
Coupon Code: BUDGETSAVE

YOGA INTERNATIONAL
Additional 20% Off
$4.76 for 1 year
Coupon Code: WKLYSPEC

FITNESS
Additional 20% Off
$3.76 for 1 year
Coupon Code: WKLYSPEC

Daily Deals:
10/17 – Marie Claire 1 Year – $4.39
10/18 – Outdoor Photographer 1 Year – $4.39
10/19 – Life Extension 1 Year – $7.39
10/20 – Shape 1 Year – $4.39
10/21 – Oxygen 1 Year – $5.39
10/22 – Men’s Fitness 1 Year – $4.39
10/23 – Yoga Journal 1 Year – $4.39
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BIATTA INTIMATES
$15 for $45 worth of lingerie and sleepwear at Biatta Intimates.
Click here:
http://tinyurl.com/6ba8tdq

JA HENCKELS
$59 for a J.A. Henckels 42-piece flatware set ($110 value), shipping included.
Click here:
http://tinyurl.com/6ego57m

LASERRX HAIR REMOVAL
Spend $149 and you will receive three permanent laser hair-removal treatments and a $50 voucher from LaserRX Hair Removal & Skin Clinic in Chagrin Falls (a $950 value). The experienced professionals will help to blast away unwanted body hair with Lumenis LightSheer Duet technology.
Click here:
http://tinyurl.com/4epwuq5

SUNRIVER RESORT
Enjoy Sunriver Resort, a AAA Four Diamond award-winner, with a two-night stay for two in a Lodge Village Guestroom for $224 (normally $448). You’ll also have the option of upgrading to a suite for an additional $50 when booking the reservation. The accommodations—just 15 miles from Bend—feature Northwest décor with a stone fireplace, private deck, and flat-screen TV.
Click here:
http://tinyurl.com/4epwuq5

ESPRES NAILS
Espres Nails and Spa in Strongsville you can lie down for a relaxing hour-long deep-tissue for $45 (regularly $90). Pay $40 for a brow, lip, and bikini wax (an $80 value); or, if your tootsies are tired from their lack of sun and surf, pay $17 indulge in the spa’s special Ionic Foot Detox — a modern energy therapy that uses negative ions to remove toxins from your feet (a $35 value).
Click here:
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SHORE HOTEL
Stay at the new Shore Hotel in Santa Monica, California for $150.
•One-night stay for two in a partial-ocean-view room
Click here:
http://tinyurl.com/4bqn6dt

HOUSE OF BLUES
These deals hit a high note at the House of Blues Cleveland. General-admission tickets are standing room only. Choose between the following options:
•For $14, you get one ticket to see Plain White T’s on Monday, October 17, at 7:30 p.m. (up to a $28 value, including fees). Doors open at 7 p.m.
•For $7, you get one ticket to see Trippin Billies on Saturday, November 19, at 9 p.m. (up to a $13 value, including fees). Doors open at 8 p.m.
Click here:
http://tinyurl.com/4bqn6dt

QUEEN BEE CLEANING SERVICES
Clean up on this deal with Queen Bee Cleaning Services. Choose from the following options:
•For $49, you get one house-cleaning session (a $120 value).
•For $89, you get two house-cleaning sessions (a $240 value).
•For $149, you get four house-cleaning sessions (a $480 value).
Click here:
http://tinyurl.com/4bqn6dt

GNC
For $19, you get $40 worth of vitamins, supplements, and health products at the Beachwood Place GNC.
Click here:
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US WEEKLY
For $30, you get 52 issues of Us Weekly (a $67 value).
Click here:
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PENN STATION
Get a BOGO coupon for Penn Station when you play the hangman game – promotion ends Oct 18th.
Click here:
http://www.penn-station.com/hangman2011.php

OPENING
Malley’s – North Royalton
Sear restaurant – Brecksville
Constantinos Market – East 115th in Cleveland
Sweet Spot – Lakewood
Saigon Grille – Asiatown in Cleveland at 3142 Superior Ave
The Wine Spot – Cleveland Heights at 2271 Lee Road
Heights Grill – Cleveland Heights at 2206 Lee Road

CLOSING
Nick Anthe restaurant – Akron – if anyone has gift certificates for them they will be honored at the Chowder House and Sugo in Cuyahoga Falls for half off.
Ariyoshi – Cleveland Heights
The Gap – they are closing 189 stores across the U.S.

WELW
Listen at 7:18 AM on Wednesdays to WELW 1330 AM as I go over the deals of the week on the Wake Up Lake County Show. Go to http://www.WELW.com to listen to old podcasts or to listen live.

CLASS SCHEDULE
Learn how to save a ton of money at one of my classes! Learn how to save 70% and more grocery shopping and over 90% toiletry shopping. Also find out how to save money on restaurants, utility bills, cell phones, travel, gas, and tons more! To view my upcoming class schedule please go to: http://www.joethecouponguy.com/schedule/index.htm

If you’re interested in booking a class for your organization, please contact me at joe@joethecouponguy.com.

Be sure to register for libraries that require registration as many have waiting lists.

October
Tuesday, October 18, 2011 – 7:00 PM – Kirtland Library – register at 440-256-7323
Wednesday, October 19, 2011 – 7:00 PM – Travel Class – 2 Hour Class – Aurora Community Education – Register at https://recpro.auroraoh.com or call 330-562-4333. Fee.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011 – 7:00 PM – Lakewood Community Education – fee – register at http://www.lakewoodrecreation.com/programs/?sec=3&grp=2&cat=The+Coupon+Guy
Wednesday, October 26, 2011 – 7:00 PM – Savvy Shopper Class – 2 Hour Class – Aurora Community Education – Register at https://recpro.auroraoh.com or call 330-562-4333. Fee.

November
Tuesday, November 1, 2011 – 7:00 PM – Chagrin Falls Library – register at http://www.cuyahogalibrary.org/EventRegistration.aspx?EventInstanceID=61841
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 – 7:00 PM – Lakewood Community Education – fee – register at http://www.lakewoodrecreation.com/programs/?sec=3&grp=2&cat=The+Coupon+Guy
Thursday, November 10, 2011 – Big Red Wagon Event – Willoughby Hills (at old AJ Wright store)
Saturday, November 12, 2011 – Big Red Wagon Event – Willoughby Hills (at old AL Wright store)
Monday, November 14, 2011 – 7:00 PM – Bainbridge Library
Saturday, November 19, 2011 – 3:00 PM – Assumption School – Geneva

January
Tuesday, January 10, 2012 – 7:00 PM – Amherst Library
Tuesday, January 17, 2012 – 7:00 PM – Streetsboro Parks & Recreation – fee
Wednesday, January 18, 2012 – 7:00 PM – Brecksville Library
Monday, January 23, 2012 – 7:00 PM – Cleveland Heights/University Heights Noble Road Branch

March
Tuesday, March 4, 2012 – 7:00 PM – Streetsboro Parks & Recreation – fee
Wednesday, March 5, 2012 – 7:00 PM – North Ridgeville Library

April
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 – 7:00 PM – Mayfield Library

May
Tuesday, May 8, 2012 – 7:00 PM – Streetsboro Parks & Recreation – fee
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 – 7:00 PM – Middlefield Library

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TRAVEL CLASS – AURORA COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Saturday, October 15th, 2011

TRAVEL CLASS – AURORA COMMUNITY EDUCATION
Want to vacation and save? Learn how find the best on travel from cruises to flights to hotels to entertainment to car rentals and so on. The class is on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 7:00 P.M. – 2 Hour Class at the Aurora Community Education – Register at https://recpro.auroraoh.com/ or call 330-562-4333. Fee.

Joe
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FTD DEAL

Friday, October 14th, 2011


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FTD
Don’t forget Sweetest Day. Save up to 25% on flowers. Well worth the price to see a smile rather than a scowling frown.

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Joe
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START THE WEEKEND OFF RIGHT WITH THESE DEALS

Friday, October 14th, 2011

It’s Friday and that means great deals…not that Tuesday or any other day is different!

CLEVELAND APL
Fees are slashed at the Cleveland Animal Protective League from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Cats are free. Kittens are $20. Dogs are $50. All are neutered and vaccinated and come with a free bag of Hill’s Science Diet pet food, 30 days of free veterinary insurance and a free exam. For more information go to http://www.clevelandapl.org. Located at 1729 Willey Avenue – 216-377-1618.

CLASSICSHAPEWEAR.COM
$15 for $30 worth of brand-name body slimming apparel from ClassicShapewear.com, plus free shipping!
Click here:
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JA HENCKELS
$59 for a J.A. Henckels 42-piece flatware set ($110 value), shipping included.
Click here:
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PIZZA PAN
$10 for $20 Of Italian Menu Items At Pizza Pan, North Ridgeville!
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LASERRX HAIR REMOVAL
Spend $149 and you will receive three permanent laser hair-removal treatments and a $50 voucher from LaserRX Hair Removal & Skin Clinic in Chagrin Falls (a $950 value). The experienced professionals will help to blast away unwanted body hair with Lumenis LightSheer Duet technology.
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CLIFTON MARTINI AND WINE BAR
Enjoy this deal at the Clifton Martini and Wine Bar on Clifton Boulevard in Edgewater. Pay $10 to retain $20 worth of New American Cuisine and non-alcoholic drinks from the sultry menu. Or, to investigate your options further, pay $25 for $50 to spend on the arresting Angry Style (spicy) calamari or an order of Flat Iron steak.
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COBBLESTONE INN
Relax at the Cobblestone Inn in Monterey County in Carmel, CA with a Two-Night Stay for Two in a Queen Fireplace Room from October through December (Weekdays, $195; Weekends, $249) or January through March (Weekdays, $225; Weekends, $269).
Daily Breakfast for Two
Bottle of Wine
Afternoon Wine and Hors D’oeuvres
Free Wi-Fi
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PHIL THE FIRE
$15 buys you $30 worth of savory Southern cookin’ at the newly re-opened Phil the Fire restaurant on Orange Street in the Fairfield Hotel.
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SAFFRON PATCH
For $15, you get $30 worth of Indian Fare at Saffron Patch in Shaker Heights.
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HEROLDS SALAD
For $10, you get $20 worth of pasta, potato salads, and dips at Herold’s Salad.
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FUTURE DIRECTIONS HAIR STUDIO & SPA
Trim your dollar spent at Future Directions Hair Studio & Spa in Parma. Choose from the following options:
•For $16, you get a women’s haircut and finish (a $32 value).
•For $30, you get any signature facial (up to a $60 value).
•For $50, you get a full-face microdermabrasion facial treatment (a $100 value).
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HUNGRY BEE
Get a cooking class taught at home by the Hungry Bee. The chef will travel throughout Northeast Ohio from Cleveland to Akron. Choose from the following options:
•For $69, you get a romantic dinner party for two (a $150 value).
•For $89, you get a pasta-making class for four (a $200 value).
•For $139, you get a Girls Night Out cooking class for up to eight (a $320 value).
•For $150, you get a five-day Baby on Board meal-delivery package (a $400 value).
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ODYSSEY PRINTWEAR
For $20, you get $40 worth of costumes and novelties at Odyssey Printwear in Aurora.
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LAVERA PARTY CENTER
Enjoy great take-out food from La-Vera Party Center in Willoughby Hills. Choose between the following options:
•For $25, you get $50 worth of Italian carryout fare.
•For $49, you get $100 worth of Italian carryout fare.
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CHICKFILA
For $3, you get two original chicken sandwiches at Chick-fil-A in Cuyahoga Falls (a $6.30 total value).
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ZIEGLER TIRE
For $17, you get the better oil-change package at Ziegler Tire (a $35 value), valid in Canton, North Canton, and on Lincoln Way East and Hills and Dales Road Northwest in Massillon. The package includes:
Oil-system cleaner
Up to 6 quarts of new oil and filter
Battery-system test
Tire rotation
Air-pressure adjustment
Alignment evaluation
Safety inspection
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Joe
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CLEVELAND INDEPENDENTS SALE STARTS TODAY

Thursday, October 13th, 2011

CLEVELAND INDEPENDENTS
Fresh deals available for Cleveland-area independent restaurants. New certificates available Thursday, October 13th. Get $25 gift certificates for $17.50 or $50 ones for $35.

The new 2012 deck of certificates (52 like a playing card deck) will be available on Nov 1 for $29.95. The 2011 edition is yet available for $9.95 and good through the end of the year.

Click here to order:
http://www.clevelandindependents.com

Joe
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WOOT DEAL OF THE DAY SUPER SAVINGS CODE

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011


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WOOT!
It’s that time to get the Woot deal with a huge 500% off savings code. The deals sell out and a new deal is posted. For instance, get a Philips 8MP Swivel Digital Camera – Silver for $29.99 plus 55% off!
Wednesday, 10/12/11 only!
Use Coupon Code: SSS55

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Joe
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ENTERTAINMENT BOOK ONE DAY SALE

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011


Save on all the things you love to do!

ENTERTAINMENT BOOK
One Day Only! Get any Entertainment book for $29.99. That’s a savings of $5 to $20 depending on the edition. Don’t miss out!
Click here to order:
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Joe
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RESTAURANT.COM 80% OFF!

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011


Restaurant.com Weekly Promo Offer 600 X 400

RESTAURANT.COM
Get 80% off restaurant gift certificates! Good through 10/16/11! Get a $25 gift certificate for only $2 (normally $10). No expiration date on certificates. Over 18,000 restaurants across the U.S. on Restaurant.com.
Use code: TOUCHDOWN
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Joe
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YOSEMITE LODGE DEAL

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

YOSEMITE VIEW LODGE
Just outside the entrance of Yosemite Park, this lodge is located right next to the Merced river. Pay only $225 for a Two-Night Stay for Two in a River-View King Spa Room with Fireplace and Private Balcony (normally $450).
Plus:
– Free Appetizer with Purchase of Entrée at The River Restaurant & Lounge
– Welcome Gift
– Complimentary Parking

Click here for the deal:
http://tinyurl.com/3zdkx3u

Joe
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