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Exclusive $7.99 Entertainment Book

Posted on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 at 5:33 pm
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Buy the 2010 Entertainment Book!

The people at the Entertainment Book just contacted me to let me know that they are willing to give FreeCoupons.com members an exclusive deal. From today through July 14th, you can get the 2010 Entertainment Book for only $7.99. Personally, I haven’t ever seen this book for such a low price in the middle of the year.

If you have never seen the Entertainment Book, let me tell you a little bit about it. The book is packed with coupons for national stores, local restaurants and other businesses. Most offers are buy one get one free offers, and participating businesses range from high end electronics stores to fast food.

It also includes Target coupons, Sears Coupons and Borders Coupons, three of my favorite stores.

You’ll easily get the $7.99 back with the first use.

If you go to the website and put your zipcode in, it will tell you exactly which local book you’ll need, with the number of coupons in each area, such as restaurant coupons, attraction discounts and shopping coupons.

Click here for the exclusive link.

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