Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Welcome CW2 Daybreak Viewers!
Through May 9th, you can buy one classic photo book through Picaboo and get a second copy for free with code BGFMAY this even includes their classic leather bound photo books. Head over here to log into or create your Picaboo account.
May 6th is National Public Garden’s Day and the Denver Botanic Gardens is offering free admission. You must sign up in advance to get coupon for free admission, head over here to sign up and get your coupon.
Barnes & Noble has an educator discount program. Educators can sign up for free for a card that gives them 20% off items for classroom use. They also offer Educator Appreciation Days where they can receive 25% off these items. See your local store for more information and to sign up for this program.
May 6th – May 15th from 3-5 pm, participating Starbucks stores are offering 50% off Frappuccino blended beverages. What a yummy half price treat!
Weekly Plus (a great daily deal site) has a few great deals right now…
**$20 for $40 Worth of Hibachi-Style Japanese Steak, Seafood, Sushi and More at Shinjuku Japanese Steak & Seafood House in Aurora
**$13 for a Full Service Oil Change with Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection ($39 Value) at Tire Works of Denver
**$29 for a 60-Minute Spa Package with Aromatherapy Massage & Moisturizing Foot Treatment at Club Form & Spa in Littleton – would make a great Mother’s Day gift! An $80 value.
**$25 for a Consultation and 60-Minute Acupuncture Treatment by Mike Allen Acupuncture in Denver – an $85 value.
Head over here to log into or sign up for your Weekly Plus account and get in on some of these and other great deals they are currently offering!
If you are still in need of a present for mom for Mother's day and would like to send her some flowers, then ProFlowers.com is offering 25% off your order when you use code FF25. You still have time to order flowers for your mom for Mother’s Day. Also, shop through Ebates (an online cashback site) and you can get 16% cashback on your purchase.
Finally, we talked about shopping the after holiday clearances. With Easter having just passed the stores want to clear out their inventory of seasonal Easter items. They usually start at 30% off and if you are lucky move all the way up to 90% off. It is a great time to snag some things for next year. Also, tons of the "seasonal" items really aren't seasonally themed, like some of the toys. I always look for items that are being clearanced but that are not necessarily holiday themed that I can use either next year during the holiday or for presents throughout the year. Shopping these after holiday clearances are a great way to save a TON of money!