Here’s a really hard question: Say a guy is giving away cash on the corner by Walgreens. You walk up and he says, “Hello, would you like $50 or $100?” What’s your answer? [tick, tick, tick, ding!] No thought required, right? Some things are just no-brainers!
Finally! A money-saving claim that’s not a scam or a waste of time. Introducing the honored holder of our #3 “I Recommend That” spot: The 2008 Entertainment Book! I’ve tried it and it pays for itself many times over. This is your Entertainment book review.
Entertainment is a coupon book offering a wheelbarrow load of two-for-one deals and 50% discounts at restaurants and attractions all over the U.S. It is a steal at $30 (prices vary), and the book gives you your money back with just a couple of uses because you either buy one thing (like dinner) and get another free, or take 50% off of just one thing.
Let’s say my wife and I are going out for dinner and a movie with the kids. What if I had two payment options:
|Option A||Option B|
|Dinner for 4 at a The Red Iguana: $35||Dinner for 4 at The Red Iguana: $17.50|
|Movie Tickets for 4: $28||Movie Tickets for 4: $21|
|Total: $63||Total: $38.50|
Here’s another hard question: Which option should I choose? Hmm…let me deliberate…
You know the crazy part? This is not a hypothetical situation. I literally have these two options, and so can you. The Entertainment book is loaded with discount coupons for all the places you love to go. When I buy 2 entrees at The Red Iguana, the other two are free. I buy 3 movie tickets at $8, and the fourth is free. If I rented a car to get there, I could upgrade from the Corolla to an Avalon for free. I buy a small Latin-American country, the second one is free. If you eat away from home, see movies, or travel, the Entertainment book is a no-brainer.
Or if my gorgeous, hard-working wife wanted a night out by herself, she could go alone and just take 50% off one entree at The Red Iguana, Chippendales (well, maybe not that one), or even Taco Time, or, well, you get the idea. And it’s not just restaurants; it’s all kinds of stuff. You have to see it to believe it.
Check out their site through the banner below. You can type in your zip code and see exactly what offers are available in your neighborhood. And if there’s nothing, get a new neighborhood! AND if you preorder the 2008 book now, you get the 2007 book completely free! That’s about a year and a half of savings! By all means, get the book.