Ways to save with The Entertainment Book

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The Entertainment Book makes it easy to stretch your budget.  You can take your Valentine out for dinner or find that perfect gift while saving a bit of green!  We received one to review (opinions shared are mine.)  If you haven’t perused the Entertainment Book before, be sure to head over there and see what it’s all about.  We’ve been buying this book for years and have saved hundreds of dollars!  In recent years, the savings have been online only since we don’t have a local book. Still, if you ever eat at restaurants or spend money on entertainment, this is a must-have.  More than 250,000 locations participate in the offer to save customers thousands of dollars.  All across the United States and Canada, the 2014 edition of the ENTERTAINMENT® book can help YOU save your hard-earned money with hundreds of 50% off and two-for-one discounts.

In the past, we’ve purchased the Entertainment Book for one specific coupon.  After the use of that coupon, it paid for itself!  One year there were 4 coupons for $5 off at our local grocery store.  For several years there were “kids get in free” coupons for the local waterpark.  Considering that the waterpark admission was $10 a person, that was a huge savings for us.  Now that the local savings are online, it’s really easy to check the website before heading out for dinner to find a coupon that will help us save a bit on our meal.  My daughter always wants a pretzel dog at Auntie Anne’s when we go to the mall; Entertainment Book helps me get a free signature pretzel with that purchase!   I just take a moment to type in a keyword then search.  For example, typing in “tires” pulled up a 20% and 10% discount at two local retailers.  Instant savings can’t be beat!

You should also consider grabbing the Entertainment Book when you travel.  For a trip to Hilton Head, we purchased the book and used the coupons several times when we dined out.  We also used it on some of the kids’ activities and saved a bundle.  My husband travels for work sometimes, so he’ll use Entertainment Book for those cities and take advantage of the discounts.   Local, regional, and national brands are represented through the Entertainment Book.  Trying to find things to do?  You can find savings for groceries, shopping, services, movie tickets, travel, car care, local sports attractions and much more.

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  1. For Denver: Free With Purchase Adventure Mini-Golf At Grand Golf Park
    Thanks for the contest.

  2. I really like the print book instead of digital! I’d get this for the Atlanta area.

  3. The Washington D. C. area book would be a treat!

  4. Heather Freeman says:

    I would like the Columbus Ohio book, prefer print edition. I always share mine with my friends. I hate to waste.

  5. If I were to win this giveaway I would choose the Entertainment book for the Syracuse, NY area.

  6. i would choose for the central valley california i would pick digital for i am not fingering though the book for hours looking for a coupon i knew i seen in there but cannot find

  7. I would like to get a book for Buffalo, NY

  8. Kathy Detweiler says:

    I would get it for Houston Texas, the printed edition

  9. IL is were i would like one for…the book is nice had one years ago.

  10. Michelle Hamilton says:

    I would like to get a print book for Cincinnati.

  11. I was hoping they’d have discounts for the KC Zoo, but since they don’t, I probably wouldn’t BUY one of the books, but it would be fun to WIN one! 🙂 I think I would choose one for the Joplin or KC areas.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  12. Danielle F. says:

    I definitely prefer the print book – not the digital. I used to get one of these every year and used so many coupons from them but haven’t had one in a few years..
    would love to win.

  13. Susan Smith says:

    I would get the one for Kansas City, I prefer the print book and we use the restaurant coupons most often.

  14. stephanie mcfarland says:

    i would pick Akron Ohio version. I think they are great. my husband always uses the golf coupons

  15. I would get the San Francisco bay area entertainment book. We always like to try out new to us restaurants and shops.

  16. Sheila Owen says:

    I love my Entertainment Book. I would get one for Buffalo NY. My favorite coupons are the ones for the local pizzarias. I especially like the bogo sub coupons,

  17. Annmarie W. says:

    I’d need the Lehigh Valley (Pennsylvania) edition!

  18. heather baker says:

    I’d like the Northern VA/DC area in print.

  19. Michele P says:

    I haven’t used the book in some time, but might either go with the Providence book or Southern ME/Nh book. I like both the digital access and the actual coupons, and find them very easy to use.

  20. callie pinz says:

    I had a book last year and wish I would have taken advantage of more of the coupons! I would get the Seattle- North End edition. Some of my fav coupons are ones for places you can take kids!

  21. kortney Picker says:

    I think I would get a book for our area, I like this book, I am not sure if I would buy one. I think it would be great because it also encourages people to go to local restaurants!

  22. Kitty Iecvan says:

    I’d love to get this for Houston!

  23. Gina Hiskes says:

    We usually get the Northwest Indiana Entertainment book for Christmas but we didn’t this year! I love that book. Before I go anywhere, I check it. It gives us an excuse to go for ice cream sometimes, or buy new shoes, or even just go for a date night! Everyone needs an Entertainment book in their cupboard.

  24. Brandy Nelson says:

    I would love the Cleveland/Akron/Canton book!
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  25. Carey Oberly says:

    I would like santa barbara area book as my area is really not listed much.

  26. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says:

    i like restaurant coupons and i’d get the washington dc/northern va one

  27. I like the print version best and would get one for the Dallas area

  28. Sacha Schroeder says:

    I love the Entertainment book. I would get one for Columbus, Ohio. I prefer the print book. Not sure why. Just like having it in my hands.

  29. Sherry Compton says:

    I really like that they offer a printed book or a digital access version. Plus, new coupons are added online daily!

  30. Oh I really love the print version better ! I would love the Twin Cities Minnesota edition!

  31. Tiffany W says:

    I would use the fast food restaurant coupons the most.

  32. I prefer the printed book.

  33. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I would get it for the Rhode Island area.

  34. It would be for orlando, i love the family activity coupons and prefer the book over digital

  35. I would definitely want the print book for Houston, Tx. My kids used to sell these for school fundraisers… to bad they don’t anymore!

  36. I would use the New Jersey North Bergen Book
    Thanks!

  37. natalie parvis says:

    I would love to have the Salt Lake City edition.

  38. Pauline Milner says:

    I think the book is an excellent idea. I would choose Boston. I am most interested in the dining and travel related coupons. Thank you for another super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

  39. I would get Charleston.

  40. the digital is a great idea but i much prefer the print book! we used to get them and used the bagel coupons and such all the time for events. great savings!

  41. Even though I’m in Georgia, I’d love to have the South Carolina edition. They have lots of goodies for the Greenville area – and we’re much closer to Greenville, SC than any place in the Metro Atlanta area!

  42. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I would love the book for Raleigh – Durham and use it for sushi! I prefer the print book!

  43. Jennifer Johansen says:

    I’d get the Seattle & Western Washington book, and I’d use it mainly for zoos, aquariums, and museums.

  44. rich morris says:

    I would get the Cleveland Book and would use it for activities with my son and their restaurant coupons.

  45. I would get the one for the Hampton Roads area. 🙂

  46. I love entertainment book. I like the print copy and I would get it for Hampton Roads.

  47. Darlene Owen says:

    I would like it for Buffalo, NY in print copy

  48. I really like the book PLUS the digital…sometimes the book is more convenient. We have purchased these in the past. Some years they paid for themselves but a lot f time we never thought to use them until it was too late. One year we bought each of our kids one for Christmas

  49. I would like the southern n.h. and maine book with digital and print access. I have never heard of these so thank you for that chance. I will continue to look how worthwhile it would be.

  50. We have used the Entertainment book in the past, and it has saved us lots of money when we go on vacation. I’d probably go for the Fort Lauderdale Entertainment book, since we don’t know if we will go on vacation this year.

  51. I would like the book for the Albany, NY area 🙂

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  52. Debra Guillen says:

    I would get the Greater Kansas City area book if I won and I would prefer the print version.

  53. Kim Pinch says:

    I would prefer the print version. I would use a lot of the local restaurant coupons and some of the attraction one.

  54. lissa crane says:

    I would love to have a book for the Bergen County NJ area! I love the coupons for fast food and mall coupons like Gap, Childrens Place, and Build a Bear!

    • There is a coupon for the Children’s Place in the Nashville one — I think it’s a national coupon so it’s probably in the others too. Need to check on the Gap/Build A Bear.

  55. courtney b says:

    phoenix and yes i love coupon books. people underestimate how great coupons are!

  56. Traci Lynn Butler says:

    We could use the Auntie Anne’s coupon when we go to the mall in Lexington

  57. I have been buying/using Entertainment books for years! They are great. I would of course want the St. Charles/St. Louis book. Also, I didn’t know that they offer digital access. I’d want the book + digital access option:)

  58. Dominique says:

    I’d want this book for Kansas City, I LOVE the print version because I can keep it in my car and it reminds me to use it. I love all of the family friendly options and all the food savings! Thanks!

  59. I would get the Napa, California one. The golf savings are great. There is a coupon for buy one get one free green fee at the Mare Island Golf Course.

  60. Brandi Price says:

    I love the books! I would like to get the printed version of the South Carolina Book.

  61. My in-laws always get this book, and they have so many great deals. I would get the Columbus, OH book!

  62. Lauren Becker says:

    I love these books! coupons are always great, and I’d love the Cincinnati book.

  63. krista grandstaff says:

    There is nothing available for my tiny area, but I think I would look into getting one for Dallas/ Ft Worth because we do go there every other week, OR one for Cincinnati when we go home to visit for a month, because we always go out and do things while we are there and the Entertainment book is an excellent deal for activities and restaurants!

  64. Ashley Fryer says:

    I would need a book for the Memphis area.

  65. nancy bowers says:

    I prefer the print book.

  66. we’ve used this for years – I’d get the Chicago NW edition. I like the print book best

  67. We used to get one for Christmas but last year we didn’t and I miss it!
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  68. Karen Drake says:

    I would get digital coupons for Knoxville, TN, I found a 15% off at Best Buy.

  69. I’d get the Philadelphia/South Jersey edition and we love to try new restaurants, so we’d probably gobble up all of those coupons first!

  70. I would get the book for the inland empire. I prefer the printed book. It’s easier for me to use.

  71. I would like the Atlanta book, thanks!

  72. Sam Stamp says:

    I would get the Rochester, NY book. I prefer the print book over the digital access. I really like that it has more that just food coupons in the book!

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