Thursday, November 15, 2007

Save $ with Entertainment Book

If you eat, shop, travel or go to movies, you can probably save a lot of money with the 2008 Entertainment Book.

There are more that 160 local editions published annually, and each is loaded with thousands of dollars worth of 50% and other valuable discounts for local and national restaurants (fine, casual and fast food dining), movie theaters, car washes, grocery stores, video rental stores, dry cleaners, sporting events, attractions and more.

Books also include a travel section, with "guaranteed best rates" at over 10,000 hotels and resorts, plus savings on car rentals and flights.

The Entertainment book comes with a membership package which includes a membership card for use at fine dining restaurants, up to 70% savings at hotels, and more. You can register your book online for thousands of additional hotel offers, printable coupons, special online discounts and other member benefits.

Price is $25, available at, and in some local stores, and from organizations using it for fund-raising.

While it makes sense to buy the book for your local area, you should also get books for vacation or business travel destinations. Years ago, wife and I went to Chicago, and ordered the Chicago book in advance. In just one shopping center, we saved enough money on lunch, a movie, and after-movie ice cream to more than pay for the cost of the book.

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