DEALS O’ THE WEEK, MY STINT AS DAD, FOOD DEALS

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HAPPY FATHERS DAY!!


TRAVELOCITY
Get 50% off the Second Guest or 3rd & 4th Passengers Sail Free at the Royal Caribbean: Royal Advantage Sales Event with Travelocity! Ends 6/30.
ake $100 off Flight + Hotel (Min. Spend $1,000), use PROMOCODE: SUMMER100. Ends 8/31.
Take $50 off participating hotels (Min. Spend $300), use PROMOCODE: SUMMER50. Ends 8/31.
Save up to 50% on Beach Getaways with Travelocity! Ends 6/18.
Get up to $750 in Cruise Cash at the Travelocity Summer at Sea Cruise Sale. Ends 6/18.
Virgin America Flights starting at $98 round-trip with Travelocity! Ends 6/18.
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Save up to 70% on LivingSocial deals!

LIVING SOCIAL
Save 15% off sitewide on Living Social all weekend with code RADDAD. Valid 6/12 through 6/15 in the US and Canada. Find great local deals already up to 90% off! Remember, only one promo code per purchase and codes can only be used once per account.

Redemption instruction:
1.Take $5 off your next purchase for almost any deal $15 or more on LivingSocial when you use promo code “GOAAAL”.
2.Add Deal by clicking “Buy Now” button on the Deal information page.
3.Click on “Redeem promo code” during purchase process.
4.Enter code “GOAAAL” and hit apply. You may only use this code once.
5.The amount of the savings will be reflected on the final purchase confirmation page.

Terms and Conditions:
Promo code only good for Deals priced at $15 or more. Promo code must be used between June 12, 2014 12:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) and June 12, 2014, 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) Promo codes may only be used on new purchases and cannot be applied to previous purchases. Promotion requires a LivingSocial account, and is subject to terms and conditions found at here. Entire amount must be used in one transaction; no partial redemptions; may not be combined with any other offer. Promo codes not valid for ticket or Deal purchases required to be completed on a third party site. May not be used on government provided services. LivingSocial reserves the right to cancel the promotion at any time. This offer is single-use and non-transferrable. If you return your purchase, you will be refunded the amount paid. Offer good while supplies last. Void where prohibited. Valid in the US only.

Redemption instruction:
1.Take 15% off your next purchase on LivingSocial when you use promo code “RADDAD”.
2.Add Deal by clicking “Buy Now” button on the Deal information page.
3.Click on “Redeem promo code” during purchase process.
4.Enter code “RADDAD” and hit apply. You may only use this code once.
5.The amount of the savings will be reflected on the final purchase confirmation page.
Terms and Conditions:
Max savings of $20 USD on purchases made in USD dollars and $20 CAD on purchases made in CAD dollars. Promo code must be used between June 12, 2014 12:00 a.m. (Eastern Time) and June 15, 2014, 11:59 p.m. (Pacific Time) Promo codes may only be used on new purchases and cannot be applied to previous purchases. Promotion requires a LivingSocial account, and is subject to terms and conditions found at here. Entire amount must be used in one transaction; no partial redemptions; may not be combined with any other offer. Promo codes not valid for ticket or Deal purchases required to be completed on a third party site. May not be used on government provided services. LivingSocial reserves the right to cancel the promotion at any time. This offer is single-use and non-transferrable. If you return your purchase, you will be refunded the amount paid. Offer good while supplies last. Void where prohibited. Valid in the US and Canada only.

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SOME LIVING SOCIAL DEALS
Winery Tour with Glasses and a Cheese Tray for $16 ($32 value) at Buccia
Ticket to Big Bad Voodoo Daddy or Aaron Lewis at the Hard Rock Rocksino for $17 ($35)
Three-Hour Chartered Fishing Trip with Gone Fishin’ Bait and Tackle for $40 ($80)
Ticket to the first place Cleveland Gladiators for $9 ($29)
One-Year Gym Membership or Three-Month VIP Package at Soza Fitness and Wellness for $49 ($108)

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Cel Phone Shop - 80% off

AT&T BILLING
Did you ever sign up for paperless billing or auto-pay? I did with AT&T because they offered $10 each to do so. I had to wait a certain amount of months before the reward triggered, but then I noticed that it had been awhile and I still didn’t get the $10. I called them and they I have to wait another few months before its processed. I called again when it still didn’t happen and they said it should show up. Well, I waited and waited and still no reward. So I called again and they said that I had to go to this site and that site, blah, blah, blah and that it was too long after to get it processed. In the end they were trying to give me the run around again. I spoke with a manager and they she processed them and I did get them mailed to me. It was a total of $40. I got $10 each for the paperless billing and auto-pay for my wireless and home phone/internet bills.

It’s not the first time AT&T has been shady. Recently I also called to have my phone/internet and wireless bill reduced. They offer promos that they don’t advertise for customers that call that request a reduction on their bills. Two times after my initial call where they reduced the rates I had to call them back to make sure they implemented the price drops on my bill after finding they didn’t. Luckily, everything was in the notes of my previous calls so they gave me credits like they should have.

Some companies take advantage of people that forget about the credits or rewards they are due. They figure if they delay it long enough people won’t pursue them. Hassle them some and they will eventually just give up. Not me. I make sure I get what I am due. If they cause me grief then I post about it where thousands of people will read it!



MY STINT AS DAD
My stint as a Dad ended recently. Sort of. Our foreign exchange student Rita left to go back to Portugal this past week. It was a sad moment, but the joy of having her here was something I’ll cherish forever. I know I’ll be her Dad forever too…her American Dad.

When we initially were talking about having a foreign exchange student we thought it might be best to be a Welcome Family. So instead of having them for the whole school year we would have them for a few months. Not having any kids ourselves we figured we might want to start slow. But after talking about it more we thought it was a disservice to not keep them for the whole year.

We didn’t know if we’d end up with a brat or a angel. They have a bio you can read before you pick them, but their real personality could differ from it. You don’t get to chat with them beforehand to see if they are a good match. So you are in the dark a bit. No matter. It wasn’t so much about finding the perfect kid. I was ok with getting one that was a pain. I don’t mind working with people to better themselves. It would be a challenge that has many rewards.

I mentored lots of kids in the inner city and have taught Junior Achievement for many years. I’ve seen kids that needed a lot of work and some that were just awesome. A lot had to do with how their parents raised them and loved them. One child that was mentored had to babysit their siblings all night long through the wee hours of the night and then go to school that same day and that was repeated every night while their parent worked all night. The sibling babysitter was a third-grader. What a shame. Not having both parents made the situation worse.

One time I went to teach a Junior Achievement class and the teacher tells me one student that wasn’t there will be back next week. She said he was in jail for guns and will be getting out. That student like so many others just needed direction and structure and a home where chaos didn’t reign supreme and over the love from that parent or parents. So many kids look for trouble and they find it in gangs because they are accepted there and belong, something a family normally does, but in their lives it didn’t. To them a gang replaced what a mother and father would do.

So seeing this and so many other issues I know how important it is for children to have the right environment to grow to be successful and productive people. So many people are quick to point out how horrible these kids are but do absolutely nothing to make it better. I say get involved. See the issues up front. Help the kids. Teach them. Give them the time. You may make just a small dent to send them on the right path. Some of the comments and letters I received from the kids I’ve mentored and taught validate just that effect on them. So, if you can, take the time in your life to have a positive effect on another child’s life.

Our exchange student Rita also didn’t know what kind of parents she would get. She saw that I was into coupons and saw my web-site and clips from TV segments. She also saw my Facebook avatar was Rerun from the show What’s Happening. She was pretty sure that it wasn’t really me.

She was born per se in a Home Depot parking lot in Streetsboro in August. Yes, the bus stopped there to drop her off. We were told that the bus was 50 minutes away so I figured I had time to stop at Lowes to look for some clearance plant deals. Not one to sit idle I had to find something productive to do while we waited. I found plant deals, but I got a call while I was there that the bus arrived. How could that be I thought. I was only there for about ten minutes. Apparently, the message was misconstrued to us and she was actually 50 minutes past Youngstown. So I missed the birth of our daughter coming out of the swing doors womb of a bus.

Soon after she got here she asked what we wanted to be called. I sternly said Megatron. She obliged for awhile, but then called us Mom and Dad. I wasn’t sure about being called Dad because she had one already, but in time I was more comfortable with being called Dad. We became her Mom and Dad, but we also reverted to other roles like brother and sister and best friend. It was good too since we didn’t have kids and she needed that type of person there at times.

She has a twin brother that also did the AFS (American Field Service) program in California. You’d think that Rita got the short end of the stick by going to Ohio, but she didn’t feel that way. She actually wanted to be in the snow and cold. She sure got a good dose of it with the Polar Vortex this past winter. She said the other kids in the program that were placed in warm weather states were jealous of her because they wanted to be someplace that had snow and cold too.

Why would they want Ohio weather as compared to California? Well, in Portugal the weather is warm so they wanted to experience something different. Rita did and you’d think she’d want to get back to someplace warm. Nope. She said when she visits she wants to come here when it is cold. It makes sense. If you have the same weather year-round you get bored with it. You take it for granted. I enjoy the change of seasons and so did she.

There was much I learned over the time she was here. A lot had to do with the way kids are nowadays. Back when I grew up when the TV show “Three’s Company” came on the air there was a lot of backlash about that kind of a show being on when kids can watch it. Now anything goes on TV and it shows in the way kids are nowadays. Luckily, Rita was much more mature than her age, but a lot of kids aren’t. So many kids are trying to be adults when they aren’t mature enough. Society isn’t helping by pushing the envelope all the time.

Some parents try to be their kid’s best friend and not their parent and I could see that too in the way some kids behaved. So without structure and discipline the kid’s has a sense of entitlement and no boundaries.

Sometimes I saw administrators not following through with enough discipline. The kids will wear you down and some administrators buckled. I remember doing a JA class one year and the kids were so good and quiet that I thought I said something wrong. Then a another teacher came in to watch the class while the original one stepped out for the period and it went from quiet to absolute bedlam. That teacher had no control while the other one did. It’s not easy to keep kids in line, but kids need disciline at all times.

Some other things I learned this past year:

– In Portugal and many other countries in Europe and elsewhere kids don’t work. They focus on their education instead.

– Most of Europe doesn’t have the gun violence like they do here. The kids in the program here from other countries were shocked by how prevalent guns are here and the amount of violence there is with them. The countries they are from like Germany and Italy and the others don’t allow people to have guns, and/or their citizens don’t want them, and/or there is no reverence for them. It shows in their very low gun deaths as compared to the U.S.

– Kids there can drink at a young age…I mean young. Usually fourteen to sixteen. That being said the drinking and driving laws there are very tough. Most cities have a great affordable transit system. Much better than the U.S. so people take them so that they don’t drive when they imbibe.

– There is more drama here in high school than in their countries. A lot more than when I grew up too in my Trapper Keeper days.

– College is super cheap in Europe for their residents. They may pay around $1,000 for a year of college!

rita

We had a great year together with our exchange student. I showed her all of Cleveland. She even said I was Mr. Cleveland. Cleveland is a great town if you explore it. The people that say it isn’t a great town are the ones that sit home and never see all it has to offer. Sure it has its warts like any urban city, but TV news always shows the bad things going on and not all the gems and energy happening everywhere.

We had her pick what she wanted to do in Cleveland using the Scene magazine Top 100 things to do in Cleveland list. She did some very Cleveland things like going to Slymans, The Rock Hall, the West Side market, going to the Rocky Horror show (yes, toast, squirt guns, newspapers, and all), and riding the Goodtime. She saw the Browns, Cavs, Indians, and Captains. Her favorite team was the Indians which was great since baseball is my favorite sport.

We went to the New Year’s Eve party in downtown Cleveland on Public Square and took along a few other exchange students. It was cold and snowy, but nobody cared. They were having to much fun to notice it.

They ran the Color Run and volunteered for it. They volunteered a lot.

We took her to Hawaii visiting Honolulu and Maui. Yes, we spoiled her on that one. We also went to Niagara Falls.

We took her on a bike-ride from Willoughby Hills to Chagrin Falls and back about a couple weeks after she got here. That’s when she realized we were active and she loved it because she was a surfer and loved the outdoors.

She went to Homecoming and Prom. Actually, two proms. She was at her school’s at South and she was also asked to go to the Chardon Prom with by an exchange student from Spain.

Now get this. Her mom went to three proms. How can that be if she if they are from Portugal you ask? Well, her mom was an exchange student also. Where was she placed? Solon, Ohio. Yep, Solon. Amazing. Small world.

Many of the other kids in the program were great and I know they made lifelong friendships. There were kids from Japan, Austria, Italy, Norway, Morocco, Switzerland, Germany, Pakistan, Spain, and of course, Portugal.

One exchange student, Iqra, from Pakistan, was so appreciative of everything she experienced. She even played on the Kirtland basketball team and in her hajib. She even wrote a letter to the News-Herald talking about what a great experience she had. She, like all the kids, had their preconceptions about the U.S. Some were right and some not. Most were better than what they expected. It was very interesting to hear their backgrounds and all so it was a learning experience for us too.

What amazed me was how well the students did in school. To take hard subjects and not fully know the English language yet do well in school impressed me. Rita got mostly A’s. She was so smart. I thought I was going to have to help with homework a lot more. I barely did anything which was probably good since I probably forgot everything from high school. When I went to school we had typewriter classes. Now they have web-site design classes!

She’s a great artist ad she drew sketches of some Willoughby Hills buildings that will be framed and hung at the city hall. She wants to be an architect, so it fit her well to draw buildings.

She played tennis and track. She did well in tennis winning many games by shutout.

Her favorite show was Cops even before she got here. Yes, they show some of our stellar shows there. Her dad’s favorite show was Family Guy. And guess what is my favorite show…yep, Family Guy. So our sense of humor fit her.

We went to Buffalo to stop at the restaurant where wings were born. On our way over to Niagara Falls from there with another exchange student that was with us we made the car fly. By that I mean we rolled down the windows and stuck our arms out and made rolling arm movements in unison like a bird would flying. I’m sure the cars behind us thought we were nuts. We would also yell ca-kow! at any wildlife we saw in the neighborhood. So besides humans the animal kingdom also thought we were nuts.

I told her in America that it’s tradition on Tuesdays to have students cut their Dad’s toenails. I think at that point she realized my sense of humor. As much as I tried all year round to get her to she never got around to cutting them. I don’t blame her.

We wanted to keep her active and get the most out of the experience. We also didn’t want to make it all about fun. She had chores and she helped out around the house a lot. She wasn’t used to that because she has a maid at home, so we were concerned. But there were no problems. She was always willing to help. I did try to convince her to replace the roof, but she never got around to it though.

We may take in another student after a year break. It is a time commitment and as busy as I was even before she got here I didn’t want to lessen her experience. Sometimes you have to sacrifice to see the rewards in life. Many American parents get depressed when their student leaves to go back home. It can be tough and it was. My wife was so great throughout it all. I know Rita and her bonded so well.

The neat thing is that she may come back to the U.S. to go to college. A lot can happen between now and then, so we’ll see. She did take her SAT just in case.

When winter came she saw a snowflake up close and saw how neat it looked up close for the first time. A snowflake looks like just a little white speck from a distance. Up close it has a beautiful design. Something you can only see when you look at it closely. I told her how there is never two snowflakes that are alike. Just like we’re different, we also shared a bond. I gave her a pair of snowflake ornaments for her Christmas tree to remember us by. I wanted her to remember the times we shared together. The laughter, the tears, the anger, the joy, the difficulties, the heartfelt moments, and all the new things she experienced. They, along with all the other experiences in her life, make her who she is and how she approaches life. She was our little snow angel. Up close everything from this experience was beautiful, especially her. She now will move onto the next part of her life. We’re looking forward to seeing her spread her wings.


CLASS SCHEDULE
Learn how to save a ton of money at one of my classes! Learn how to save 70% and more grocery and toiletry shopping. Find out how to save money on restaurants, utility bills, cell phones, travel, gas, prescriptions, and on much more! To view my upcoming class schedule please go to: http://www.joethecouponguy.com/schedule/index.htm . Be sure to register for libraries that require registration as some have waiting lists. All classes are free unless otherwise noted. I hope to see you there!

June
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 – 7:00 PM – Kent Free Library – FREE!
Saturday, June 21, 2014 – 11:00 AM – Columbia Library – Register at http://lorain.lib.oh.us/events?action=show&id=26322 – FREE!

November
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 – Avon Early Childhood PTA

If you’re interested in booking a class for your organization whether it be a PTA, Senior Center, Business, Church, or Library, please contact me at joe@joethecouponguy.com or 440-227-6223. I’ve done classes all across Ohio and for many businesses including the Cleveland Clinic, Bendix, Lake Hospitals, Hyland Software, and others. I can tailor the topics to your organization.

If you’d like for me to teach a class at your local library, feel free to contact your library and request me. Have them get a hold of me at joe@joethecouponguy.com to book me.



ENTERTAINMENT BOOK
Entertainment Books Only $9.99 (additional books $5.99) + FREE Shipping Only at Entertainment.com! (Valid 6/9/14-6/22/14)

All Books $5 + Free Shipping when you join Annual Renewal!

NEW this year! The 2014 Entertainment Book is valid now through December 30, 2014 instead of Nov 1!

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OurTown2014

OUR TOWN AND ALL AROUND COUPON BOOK
The 2014 Our Town coupon book is on sale now for $20 with FREE shipping! Get it now so that you can use the coupons from now until Dec. 1, 2014! A bargain for around 1,000 coupons! Very limited supply available.

The Our Town coupon book has around 1,000 coupons for Northeast Ohio area restaurants, fast food, drug stores, movies, golf courses, pizza, dry cleaning, wineries, entertainment and more! The Best coupon book available in the area! It’s like getting 1,000 Groupons, but all for only $28! Some restaurant coupons are good for up to $32 off! The book can pay for itself with just one coupon!

* RESTAURANTS – Restaurant coupons include the Wood & Wine, Stubby’s, Dervish Grill, Plaza Agave, Oriole Cafe, Peppermill Pub & Grill, Hooley House, Cabanas, Barley House, Chocolate Martini Bar, West Park Station, Your Truly, Harry Buffalo, Shula’s, Melting Pot, Scrambler Marie’s, Quaker Steak & Lube, Frankie’s Italian Cuisine, Stancato’s, Tavern of Richfield, Joey’s, Bongiorno’s, Mahle’s, Dino’s Willoughby Brewing, and over 120 more!

* SAVE – The book will pay for itself after 1 or 2 coupons. It’s like finding a gift card on every page! Save thousands of dollars!

* FINE DINING – 136 Fine Dining Restaurants with savings of $10 or more. Most offer half off dinners for those dining alone! Some are valued up to $30 off!

* ENTERTAINMENT – Coupons for museums, tickets for local attractions, sport-related attractions, comedy clubs, and much more!

* LITTLE ITALY – this year is our “On the Hill”, a section of Little Italy restaurants such as La Dolce Vita, Maxi’s, Trattoria, Il Baccio, Guarino’s, and Primo Vino.

* WEST SIDE MARKET – 63 offers for businesses at the iconic West Side Market.

* BIRTHDAY COUPONS – FREE dinners on your birthday coupons.

* FAST FOOD/PIZZA/LOCAL RESTAURANTS – Over 400 “two for one” or “50% off” offers at fast food restaurants, pizza restaurants, and neighborhood favorites. Find coupons for Qdoba, Buffalo Wild Wings, IHOP, Amy Joy, Burger King, Menchie’s, Mr Hero, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken and tons more!

* WINERIES – 31 coupons for wineries from across Northern Ohio including Ferrante, Paper Moon, M Cellars, and Debonne.

* GOLF – Coupons for 70 green fees & driving ranges.

* MISC. COUPONS – Coupons for dry cleaning, tanning, IGA (five $5 off $20 purchase coupons), Bremecs, Gale’s Garden Centers, GFS, and much more! Get a $25 gift card at Discount Drug Mart or $15 gift card at Marc’s with the transferred prescription coupon in the book (have them honored as competitors coupons at pharmacies at Giant Eagle and others).

* ALL 2014 Our Town coupons good now through December 1, 2014!

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SAVVY SHOPPER BOOKLET
Get the Savvy Shopper Booklet and learn how to save tons of money on dozens of different topics. The booklet with over 180 pages was updated in 2013 with thousands of money-saving tips. Great for someone just starting out or wants to learn more ways to save money. Only $13 (includes FREE shipping)! You could learn to save thousands and thousands for just the cost of a large pizza!

Included in the booklet are ways to save on these Topics:
Rules for Saving, Shopping Tips, Money Saving Apps, Negotiating Savings, Budgeting, Consumer Protection, Coupons, Coupon Booklets, Daily Deals, Rebates, Best Price & Service Guarantees/Price Matching, Rain Checks, Mail/Shipping Orders, Clearance Items, Returns, Receipts, Warranties, Store Loyalty/Rewards Cards, Gift Certificates/Gift Cards, Freebies, Buy One Get One Free Deals, Store Closings, Dollar Stores, Thrift Stores, Garage Sales/Flea Markets, Outlet Stores, Shopping Club Memberships (Warehouse stores), Auctions, Clothing, Restaurant/Bar Deals, Food & Beverage Deals, Entertainment Deals, Books/Magazines/Newspapers, Birthday Deals, Travel Savings, International Travel, Gasoline Savings, Car Savings, Parking Savings, Home Purchase/Mortgage, Home Maintenance/Items, Home Heating/Energy, Employer/Local Corporation Savings/Discounts, Banks/Payday Lenders, Credit Cards/Credit Scores, Taxes, Legal, Debt Help, Insurance, Children, Schooling, Weddings, Marriage/Relationships, Health, Sports, Jobs, Retirement, Charity, Social, Pets, Haircuts, Technology/Internet/Computers/Electronics, Etc., Phone Savings, Cell Phones, Miscellaneous Tips/Information, Traits of Savers vs. Spenders, Other Money Saving Web-sites

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ADVANCE AUTOPARTS
Get wipers, windershield washer fluid and other car needs at a discount at Advance Autoparts.
4 days only. Ends June 16. Use promo code MISSUF42 to get 35% off.
Save 15% On Your AdvanceAutoParts purchase with code AAP15OFF until 6/30. Valid online only.
Take $10 off $30, $25 off $70 and $40 off $110 orders with code A124 at AdvanceAutoParts! Ends 6/30. Valid online only.

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ALDIS
Sale through Tuesday.
Tomatoes – 2 pack – 99 cents
Corn – 4 pack – $1.29
Portabella mushroom caps – 6 oz – $1.29
Iceberg Lettuce head – 69 cents
Onions – 3 lb – 99 cents
Mini Sweet Peppers – 1 lb – $1.29


Shop CVSPhoto.com for all your photo needs

CVS
Sale through Saturday.

Scan you CVS loyalty card before you shop at the CVS coupon kiosk inside stores near the entrance to get coupons.

Dry Idea antiperspirant/deodorant – FREE after $2 Extra Bucks Reward with purchase of 2 and two $2 coupons
Colgate 360 Toothbrush – FREE after $2 Extra Bucks Reward and $1 coupon
Bausch & Lomb PeroxiClear Solution 3 oz – .49 after $3 Extra Bucks Reward and $1.50 coupon
Crest Complete, 3D White or Pro-Health toothpaste 4-4.8 oz. – .49 after $2 Extra Bucks Reward and .50 coupon
Softsoap Liquid Hand Soap 7.5 oz – .64 after $1 Extra Bucks Reward and .35 coupon
Right Guard Deodorant – $1 after $2 Extra Bucks Reward with purchase of 2 and $2 coupon
Colgate 6.4 oz Cavity Protection or Kids 2.8-4.6 oz Toothpaste – .69 after .75 coupon
Brachs 7-9 oz Candy – $1 after $1.50 coupon – PLUS spend $30 worth on participating products and get a $10 Gas Card
Purex 24-33 loads, Crystals 18.5 oz or UltraPacks 18 ct – $2.10 after buy 1 get 2 free sale and coupon
Hormel Compleats 10 oz – $1 after $1 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons
Tic Tac 1 oz – .49 after $1/2 coupon
Irish Spring Bar Soap 3 pack – .99 after $1 Extra Bucks Reward

Receive 20% Off all Photo and Stationery Cards with code CARD20. Offer valid online only. Hurry, sale ends 6.21.14
Take 40% off all Posters with code POSTERDEAL Sale ends 6.21.14
Get 50 or more 4×6 Prints for only 12¢ ea with code PRINTME. Hurry, offer ends 6.21.14
Take 45% off all Custom Cover Photo Book orders with code BOOK45. Offer valid online only. Hurry, sale ends 6.21.14

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Free Phone! Motorola W418G with Unlimited Talk, Text, and Data

DISCOUNT DRUG MART

Sale through Tuesday.
Soft Soap hand soap – 64 cents after .35 coupon
Snuggle fabric softener – $1.00 after .50 coupon
Nickles white bread – BOGO
Smiths ice cream – 56 oz – $2.99
Futuro Hosiery – 50% off


DOLLAR GENERAL

Click here for coupons like $5 off $25 at Dollar General: http://www2.dollargeneral.com/Ads-and-Promos/Coupons/pages/Index.aspx?


FIRESTONE
Make an appointment online and get these great June deals at Firestone:
DriveGuard All New Next Generation Run-Flat Tire
$70 Firestone Prepaid Card Or 7-Night Vacation
Buy 3 Get 1 Free Select Dueler H/L Alenza Tire Sizes
Select Firestone Champion HR Special Buy Pricing
Falken Ziex S/TZ04 Buy 3 Get 1 Free
Primewell PZ900 Buy 3 Get 1 Free
Buy 3 Get the 4th Free or 25% Off Select Dueler H/P Sport AS
$50 Off a Set of 4 Firestone Transforce HT & Transforce AT
Firestone Destination LE2 Buy 3 Get 1 Free
Buy 3 Get the 4th Free or 25% Off Firestone Affinity Touring
Falken Ziex ZE912 Buy 3 Get 1 Free
$19.99 Synthetic Blend Oil Change
$34.99 High Mileage or $49.99 Full Synthetic Oil Change
$9.99 Summer Car Care Check Up
$19.99 A/C Performance Check
$50 Off Brake Service per axle
Buy 1 Get 1 50% Off Select Routine Maintenance Services
$20 Rebate on Select Fluid Services

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no one deals like we do!

GIANT EAGLE
Sale through Wednesday.
20¢ fuelperks! for select retailer gift cards!
Gerber 3rd Foods Baby Food 6 oz – .25 after $1/2 coupon
Arm & Hammer Liquid Laundry Detergent 50-64 oz or Sheets 100 ct – $1.50 after BOGO sale and $3/2 coupon
Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad 7-8 oz – .25 for 2 after .50/2 coupon and .50 eOffer
Kraft Velveeta Skillets or Casseroles 10-13 oz box – $1 after $1 coupon
Barilla pasta entrée – .24 after .75 eOffer and .75 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons
Haribou candy – .40 after .30 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons
Clorox cleaners – $1.50 after .75 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons– buy $20 worth after coupons and get 20 cents in Fuelperks – look for .75 coupons on bottles

Giant Eagle doubles coupons that are 99 cents or less. That means a .75 coupon will double to $1.50 off. It happens automatically when a coupon that is 99 cents or less is scanned at the register – 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

Get 10 cents in Fuelperks for every $50 spent ($3 savings).

Click here for dozens of eOffers (electronic coupons that link to you card and trigger when you purchase the item – only works once and doesn’t double – can be combined with a manufacturer coupon): http://www.gianteagle.com/#


GOOD CENTS
Sale through Tuesday.
Boneless skinless chicken breast – $1.97/lb
Peaches – 99 cents/lb
Baby Carrots – 1 lb – 99 cents
Birdseye steamfresh vegetables – 88 cents

Good Cents now has a new loyalty card. Get $5 off a $25 purchase when you sign up for their e-mail at http://goodcentsgrocery.com/en/Shopper-Card/


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HEINENS
Betty Crocker brownie mix – $1
Barilla Pasta – .50 after $1/2 coupon
Kens Salad Dressing – .50 after $1/2 coupon
Hunts Ketchup – 83 cents
Smartbagel thins – $1
Daisy Sour Cream – $1
Quaker Rice Crisps – $1


Rubber Stamping & Scrapbooking at Joann.com!

JOANN FABRICS
60% off spring decor.

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/JoannFabrics2014


KMART
• 6/15-6/21 – 5-15% off Appliances + EXTRA $10 off $75 with code KMART10
• 6/8-6/28 – 10% off $59, 15% off $79, or 20% off $99 purchase or more on Clothing, Accessories, and Sleepwear for the Family code KMSAVES
• 6/15-6/21 – 10% off ALL Cannon Bath Coordinates, Cannon Pillows & Mattress Pads + FREE Shipping orders $59+
• 6/15 – Online Only! 30% off DieHard Marine Batteries PLUS members earn points
• 6/15-6/21 – Up to 25% off Featured TVs, Electronics, select Laptops & Tablets + get up to $20 in Rewards points on Samsung Tab 4 tablets
• 6/15-6/21 – EXTRA 20% off Shoes and Sandals for the Family with code SHOE20
• 6/15-6/21 – Members get More! EXTRA $5 off $25 Lawn & Garden purchase with code LG5OFF25
• 6/8-6/21 – Free Craftsman Evolv 55-piece Mechanic’s Tool Set with purchase of Craftsman Evolv Basic 5-Drawer Tool Center
• 6/15-6/21 – Up to 30% off ALL Tents, Canopies, Screenhouses, Airbeds & Hardside Coolers + ALL BMX, Youth & Schwinn Bikes on sale
• 6/15-6/21 – Online Only! EXTRA 20% Off Jewelry with code BLING20

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/KMartJoe

Look for $25 gift card coupon with a transferred prescription in their ad.

Get 30 cents off per gallon of gas when Shop Your Way Rewards members buy $50 or more in specialty gift cards.


MARCS
Sale through Tuesday.
Nickles white bread – 99 cents
Baby carrots – $1
Dole Romaine, Classic Coleslaw, Greener Selection – $1.50
Pierres ice cream 48 oz – $2.50
Land o Lakes margarine – 3/$4


OFFICEMAX
Sale through Saturday.
Free $25 OfficeMax® Gift Card with $200+ purchase and code: GIFT. Exclusions apply, while supplies last at OfficeMax.
SAVE up to 50% during the OfficeMax BIG Furniture Blowout!
Buy 2, get 1 FREE on Select 10-Ream Case Paper at OfficeMax.com. Mix and match of equal or lesser value. Limit 4 cases.

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/OfficemaxJoe


OLD NAVY
Get 25% off with code ONSAVENOW.
Men’s styles up to 50% off!
Starting 6/15: Extra 15% off Everything at Old Navy! Ends 6/15. Restrictions apply.
Starting 6/16: Take 30% off your purchase at Old Navy + 40% off your purchase at Gap! Use code THANKS. Ends 6/17. Restrictions apply.

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/OldNavySale2014


PETCO
$7 off orders of $70 or more at Petco.com!
10% Off Entire Stock Complete Pest Control Products
$40 Off LitterMaid Automatic Multi-Cat Litter Box
30% Off Entire Stock LM Animal Farms Small Animal and Bird Food
25% Off Entire Stock Zoo Med Substrates
10% Entire Stock Fluval LED Aquarium Lighting
25% Off CareFresh Small Animal Supplies food and hay and up to 30 liter bags of bedding
Click here: http://tinyurl.com/Petco2014


PET SUPPLIES PLUS
Get $10 off a $50 purchase with this coupon through 6/15/14: http://www.petsuppliesplus.com/coupon.jsp?pageName=20140613_B10off50_J15


RITE AID
Sale through Saturday.

Get multiple deals! Many of the deals have a limit offer of 2 and sometimes more. Check the circular or price tag at the store to find out the limit offer number.

Colgate Max and Sensitive 6 oz, Optic White and Total Advanced 4 oz, Total 4.2 oz or 2in1 Toothpaste – PROFIT after $3 UP Rewards and .75 coupon
Tic Tac Singles 1 oz – FREE after $3 Up Reward with purchase of 6 and three $1/2 coupons
Colgate 360 Manual Toothbrush – FREE after $2 Up Rewards and $1 coupon
Bausch & Lomb Peroxi Clear Cleaning and Disinfecting Solution 3 oz – $1.49 after $3 Up Reward and $1.50 coupon
Snickers Peanut Butter Squared – .22 after .75/2 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons
Axe Body Wash 16 oz, Axe Deodorant or Shampoo or Conditioner 12 oz – .99 after $2 Up Rewards with purchase of 2 and two $1.50 coupons found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons
Quilted Northern Bath Tissue 12 pack – $3.05 after BOGO sale and $5 Up Reward with purchase of 2 and two .45 coupons
Trident or Dentyne Gum Single Pack – .33 after $1 UP Reward with purchase of 3 and $1/3 coupon
Bayer Aspirin 325 mg 24 ct or 81 mg 32-36 ct – .99 after $2 coupon
Schick Womens Disposable Razors – $2.33 after $5 Up Reward with purchase of 3 and three $3 coupons
Liquid Plumr 17-32 oz – $1.50 after $2 Up Reward with purchase of 2 and two $1 coupons and June Video Values coupon
Aveeno Active Naturals Body Wash, Stress Relief, 12 oz. – $2.29 after $5 Up Reward with purchase of 2 and two $2 coupons
Schick Hydro Silk Disposable Razors 3 ct – $3.50 after $5 Up Reward with purchase of 2 and two $4 coupons found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons
Airborne Tablets 9-10 ct or 32 ct or Gummies 21 ct – $1.99 after $1 coupon and June Video Values coupon
Suave Professionals Shampoo, Moisturizing, Natural Almond + Shea Butter, 12.6 oz. – .99 after $2 Up Reward with purchase of 3 and three $1 coupons and June Video Values coupon
Brawny Paper Towels 8 pack – $4.20 after BOGO sale and $5 Up Reward with purchase of 4 and four .55 coupons
Bear Naked Granola 12 oz – $1.50 after $3 UP Reward with purchase of 4 and four .75 coupons found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons

Look for $25 UP reward coupon with a transferred prescription in their ad – UP rewards expires in 2 weeks.

Join Rite Aid’s Wellness program to get these rewards:
Earn one point for every dollar you spend on non-prescriptions.
Earn 25 points for every prescription you purchase.

Member Benefits Level Status:
Plus – up tp 249
Bronze – 250 points
Silver – 500 points
Gold – 1000 points

BENEFITS
Members-only sale pricing.
Load, manage and redeem coupons and +UP Rewards with Load2Card.
Register Rewards on qualifying purchases.
24/7 exclusive access to a pharmacist at 1-800-RITE-AID or http://www.riteaid.com/wellness.
Upromise® Participation.
10% off Rite Aid Brand every day for a year and a 10% off shopping pass with Bronze status.
10% off the entire store for a year with Silver status.
Free health and wellness reward at 500 points with Silver status.
20% off the entire store for a year with Gold status.
Click here for more information:
http://www5.riteaid.com/wellness

Get the Rite Aid Video Values coupons at http://riteaid.adperk.com/. Watch short videos and get coupons!


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SALLY BEAUTY SUPPLY
Now through Sunday 6/15, Take 15% off orders $50+ with promo code 555257. Sale ends Sunday at 11:59pm EST!
Sally Retro Resort Tote FREE with any $15 purchase at SallyBeauty! Enter promo code 555110 at checkout. Offer valid through 6/30.
Buy 1 Get 1 FREE Orly Nail Polish at SallyBeauty! Enter promo code 444696 at checkout. Hurry, offer ends 6/30.
Buy 1 Get 1 FREE FingerPaints Nail Polish at SallyBeauty! Enter promo code 444732 at checkout. Hurry, offer ends 6/30.
Buy 1 Get 1 FREE Nina Ultra Pro Nail Polish at SallyBeauty! Enter promo code 444108 at checkout. Hurry, offer ends 6/30.
Buy 1 Get 1 FREE Gelish Nail Polish at SallyBeauty! Enter promo code 444110 at checkout. Hurry, offer ends 6/30.

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/SallyBeautyJoe


30-70% off Sears Outlet Appliances

SEARS OUTLET
Instore Only: EXTRA 10% Off Already Great Outlet Prices. 6/13 to 6/15
Instore Only: 6/17 Buy One, Get One FREE Ladies Apparel. Shop Sears Outlet Today.
Thru 6/18:
Save 50% on Craftsman 94 pc. Dual Marked Mechanics Tool Set at Sears Outlet!
Save 50% on Craftsman 260 pc Mechanics Tool Set at Sears Outlet!
Save 61% on a 9ft Market Umbrella Taupe at Sears Outlet!
Save 44% on a Char-Broil 2 Burner 26,500 BTU Gas Grill at Sears Outlet!

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/SearsOutletJoe



STAPLES
Sale through Saturday.
Xerox Business 4200 Copy Paper $31.99 Instantly. Regularly $55.99
Buy 1 Get 1 FREE Bright Air Daisy In Bloom Assorted Scent Air Fresheners
Staples Daily Deals – great products, great prices. Hot, limited time offers

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/Staples2014


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SUN PLUM MARKET
Sale through Wednesday.
Bananas .29 lb
Jumbo Watermelons – $2.99!
Strawberries – 2/$3
Sweet Red and Green Seedless Grapes $ 1.49 lb
Jumbo Bing Cherries $ 3.99 lb
Home Grown! Red Leaf, Green Leaf, Romaine, Endive, Escarole .99 lb
Fresh Cluster Tomatoes .99 lb
Sweet Juicy Nectarines .99 lb
Home Grown Bunch Radishes and Green Onions 2 for $ 1.00
Sahlens Smokehouse Hams $ 4.99 lb


WALGREENS
Sale through Saturday.
Colgate Toothpaste select varieties 3.5-6 oz FREE after $2.50 Register Reward and $1 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons

Florax DS Probiotic .17 oz – FREE after $10 Register Reward
Sunsweet Suprafiber Supplement 10.9 oz – FREE after $10 Register Reward
Vitaminwater Energy 11.5 oz – FREE after $1 Register Reward
Snickers Brand Peanut Butter Squared – .13 after .75/2 coupon found at http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons
Oral B 3D White Luxe Toothbrush – .91 after 5000 max Balance Rewards Points with purchase of 3 and three $1 coupons
Schick Disposable Razors 3-12 ct – $1.91 after 5000 max Balance Rewards Points with purchase of 3 and three $3 coupons
Bayer Aspirin 20-36 ct – .99 after $2 coupon
Mars Bites Candy 6-8 oz – $1 after $1 coupon and $1 Walgreens June Savings Book coupon
Maxwell House coffee – $2.99 after $1 Walgreens savings booklet coupon

Free Shipping on Photo Orders of $35+ with Coupon Code: MAILFREE35
$20 off Photo Orders of $50+ with Coupon Code: BIGDISCOUNT
30% off Photo Gifts Orders with Coupon Code: MOREGIFT
Buy 50 4×6 Prints Get 50 Free with Coupon Code: BOGOFIFTY
75% off one Reusable Shopping Bag with Coupon Code: REUSE75 on Sunday, June 15th
20% off ALL Photo Orders with Coupon Code: SUN20 through June 17th
33% off all Prints with Coupon Code: ALLSIZEPICS through June 17th

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/WalgreensJoe

Join Balance Rewards to earn points on thousands of items, including every prescription and immunization. Purchase items in-store or online to earn points. Redeem points for dollar rewards that you can get instantly at the checkout.
Click here to get enrolled:
Walgreens Reward Program

• Save on sale items with card
• Get 500 points for every prescription and immunization
• Earn points on thousands of items each week
• Get 10 points for every mile when you Walk with Walgreens
• Redeem instantly with as few as 5,000 points

Points System
5,000 – earn $5
10,000 – earn $10
18,000 – earn $20
30,000 – earn $35
40,000 – earn $50


RED PLUM
Get coupons just like the ones in the Red Plum inserts.

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/RedPlumJoe


Print Free Coupons

COUPONS.COM
Get these coupons and over 200 more on Coupons.com. Most all stores take internet coupons. They will double at stores as per their rules – Giant Eagle, Dave’s Supermarket, and Buehlers doubles coupons of 99 cents and less. Get them before they disappear!

Get these coupons and more:

SAVE 40¢ Campbell’s

SAVE $1.00 – Kraft
SAVE $1.00 – Old El Paso
SAVE 50¢ – Hamburger Helper

SAVE 55¢ – HORMEL
SAVE $1.50 – SPAM
SAVE $1.00 – VALLEY FRESH
SAVE $1.25 – Pantene
SAVE $2.00 – Gillette

SAVE $2.00 – Venus

SAVE 75¢ – Herbal Essences

SAVE $1.00 – Scope
SAVE $2.00 – Crest
SAVE $1.50 – Pampers


Click here to print the coupons: http://tinyurl.com/couponguycoupons





SAVING STAR
Get ecoupons and more on Saving Star. Just enter in your loyalty card accounts then click on the coupons you want and you’ll get the savings once the item is purchase (can still use manufacturer or store coupon on item). Accumulate the savings and then send it to your PayPal account or other account. Every Friday is Freebie Friday. Get an item for free once you activate the item online and purchase it at a linked loyalty card store.

Save 100% when you buy any ONE (1) 1.51 – 1.79 oz. Quaker® Instant Oatmeal Cup



Click here to get the coupons: http://SavingStar.ojrq.net/c/20559/58552/758



ALL YOU MAGAZINE
6 issues for $10 plus a free FREE GIFT from OPI. We are thrilled to announce that every All You subscription between now and June 30th will be accompanied by a FREE bottle of OPI nail polish! Take advantage of this great limited time offer! Coupons, savings tips, and FREE OPI nail polish Find great money saving coupons, recipes, free samples, and a whole lot more! This is perfect opportunity to save and get rewarded! Find great money saving coupons, spring cleaning tips & shortcuts, family menus & recipes, free samples, and a whole lot more!

Click here for the deal: http://tinyurl.com/AllYouJan2014


BEST DEAL MAGAZINES
Find these limited time deals below and tons of other magazine subscription deals on their site.

Weekly deals for annual subscriptions:
Take an Additional Additional 20% Off Martha Stewart Living Magazine – Enter coupon WKLYSPEC During Checkout – Just $15.96 for 1 Year!
Take an Additional Additional 20% Off Cat Fancy Magazine – Enter coupon WKLYSPEC During Checkout – Just $11.16 for 1 Year!

Daily Deals:
Men’s Fitness Magazine Just $3.99 for 1 Year at Best Deal Magazines, June 16th Only – Use Coupon Code 15CJ0622 and Save an Additional 15%!
Eating Well Magazine Just $7.49 for 1 Year at Best Deal Magazines, June 17th Only – Use Coupon Code 15CJ0622 and Save an Additional 15%!
Parents Magazine Just $3.99 for 1 Year at Best Deal Magazines, June 18th Only – Use Coupon Code 15CJ0622 and Save an Additional 15%!
Boys’ Life Magazine Just $4.99 for 1 Year at Best Deal Magazines, June 19th Only – Use Coupon Code 15CJ0622 and Save an Additional 15%!
Natural Health Magazine Just $3.99 for 1 Year at Best Deal Magazines, June 20th Only – Use Coupon Code 15CJ0622 and Save an Additional 15%!
Weight Watchers Magazine Just $4.19 for 1 Year at Best Deal Magazines, June 21st Only – Use Coupon Code 15CJ0622 and Save an Additional 15%!
ShopSmart Magazine Just $14.99 for 6 Issues at Best Deal Magazines, June 21st Only – Use Coupon Code 15CJ0622 and Save an Additional 15%!

Take An Additional 15% Off at Best Deal Magazines. Enter Coupon Code 15CJ0622 During Checkout. Offer expires June 22, 2014.
250+ Magazines under $10 with this coupon!
60+ Popular Magazines – Just $3.99 with this coupon!
30+ Popular Magazines – Just $5.24 with this coupon!

Take an Extra $5 off $30 at Best Deal Magazines. Enter Coupon Code SAVE5CJ0622 During Checkout. Offer expires June 22, 2014.

Take an Extra $7.50 off $40 at Best Deal Magazines. Enter Coupon Code SAVE750CJ0622 During Checkout. Offer expires June 22, 2014.

Take an Extra $10 off $50 at Best Deal Magazines. Enter Coupon Code SAVE10CJ0622 During Checkout. Offer expires June 22, 2014.

Take an Extra $15 off $70 at Best Deal Magazines. Enter Coupon Code SAVE15CJ0622 During Checkout. Offer expires June 22, 2014.

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/BestDealMagazinesJoe


DISCOUNT MAGAZINES
Get these deals and more for annual subscriptions. Use code JOETHECOUPONGUY to get an additional 20% off on selected magazines!

Sat, June 14 and Sun, June 15. Select 4 Magazines for $16! Check out the large variety of magazines available at DiscountMags.com!

Daily Deals for annual subscriptions:
Sun, Jun 15 Subscribe to Baseball Digest, just $9.99/year from DiscountMags!! Use Promo Code: 9511
Sun, Jun 15 Subscribe to Midwest Home, just $5.99/year from DiscountMags!! Use Promo Code: 5732
Mon, Jun 16 Subscribe to Games World of Puzzles, just $9.99/year from DiscountMags!! Use Promo Code: 4836
Mon, Jun 16 Subscribe to Strawberry Shortcake, just $14.99/year from DiscountMags!! Use Promo Code: 9376
Tue, Jun 17 Subscribe to Popular Science, just $4.99/year from DiscountMags!! Use Promo Code: 9669
Tue, Jun 17 Subscribe to Natural Health, just $4.99/year from DiscountMags!! Use Promo Code: 3178
Wed, Jun 18 Subscribe to Popular Photography, just $4.99/year from DiscountMags!! Use Promo Code: 8955
Wed, Jun 18 Subscribe to Disney Princess, just $13.99/year from DiscountMags!! Use Promo Code: 5782

Save 10% OFF at DiscountMags!! Use promo code: SPRING10

Save $5 OFF your order of $30+ from DiscountMags!! Use code: 5OFF30

Amazing Magazine Subscriptions with No Auto Renewals, No Sales Tax, and Free Shipping on Any Order (No Minimum) at DiscountMags!

Click here to order: http://tinyurl.com/DiscountMagazinesJoe


DEAL CHICKEN
Find deals in your town and thousands of deals across the U.S. on Deal Chicken.
Glow-In-The-Dark Path Marker Pebbles for $10.95 ($20.99 value)
$15 For $30 Worth Of Authentic Czech-American Fare at Martas Restaurant
$25 For Half-Hour Carriage Ride For 2 (Reg. $50)
$60 For 2 Hours Of House Cleaning (Reg. $120)
$15 For $50 Toward Fireworks
2-Pack Of S’mores Makers for $14.95 (reg. $35)

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/DealChickenJoe


YELP
Click on ‘Offering a Deal’ under Features to find discounted local business deals on Yelp.

http://tinyurl.com/YelpJoe2014

HOT EVERSAVE DEALS
Great summer item deals!
$14 for 20-Pack of Mosquito Repellent Wristband Bracelets
$9 for a Colorful Sun Hat – Shipping Included
$34 for The Refreshing Cooling Pillow – shipping included
$12 for a Cooling Towel – Shipping Included
$12 for a Sun Protective Cover-Up – Shipping Included ($29 Value)
$17 for a Portable Air Conditioner – Shipping Included
$12 for an Insulated Tote Cooler Bag – Shipping Included
$16 for a Pure Garden Solar Powered LED Light & Bug Zapper (Shipping Included)
$23 for a Sailor Style Swimsuit Dress – Shipping Included
$30 for Hydration Backpack With Water Reservoir ($89 Value)
$15 for a Water Bottle Fruit Juicer – Shipping Included

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/6ego57m


SOME GROUPON DEALS
Irish Pub Fare at Murphy’s Ale House for 50% off!
47% Off at Burgers-N-Beer in Willoughby
Up to 57% Off at Young Chefs Academy

Tye Tribbett – Up to 62% Off Gospel Concert
42% Off at Guthrie’s Chicken Fingers
87% Off from Pro Smile Teeth Whitening
Up to 50% Off Carriage Ride for Two or Four in Chagrin Falls

Up to 50% Off Playground Admission and Laser Tag in Medina

Luxury Manor 800TC 6-Piece Easy-Care Sheet Sets for $44.99
2-Pack of FIFA World Cup Pint Glasses for $17.99

DeWalt Drill Bits and Impact Driver Accessories for $24.99 ($65.60)

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/GrouponJoe



RESTAURANT.COM
June 17-18: Only $5 for $25 Restaurant Gift Certificates with code SUNNY at checkout! No expiration date on the certificate! Find Thousands of restaurants with the discount across the U.S.

Click here: http://tinyurl.com/RestaurantCode


BOB EVANS
Click here for a BOGO coupon at Bob Evans on Fathers Day: https://bobevans.com/downloads/BEmail/6-13-Fathers-BOGO-Entree.pdf



Save 50 - 70% at Half Off Depot.


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Listen at 7:18 AM on Wednesdays to WINT 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.



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