2008 Entertainment Book Clearance! ($8.99 shipped)

The 2008 Entertainment books are on sale for $7.99 plus $1 s/h. (Ignore the $1.99/item shipping charge on the shipping options page; the $1 shipping discount is shown on the final Place Order page before you confirm check out.) If you go through Fatwallet.com, you also earn $5.50 cash back per book purchased.

They are sold out of the Orlando and Miami books, but the other Florida books are still available as well as books for most of the cities in the USA. If you plan to travel out of town before November 2008 when most of the coupons in the 2008 books expire, you might want to pick up a book for your destination or for your own town. The Space Coast/Brevard book also overlaps with the Orlando book quite a bit, so that’s your best bet for coupons if you are planning to bring the kiddies down to the land of the Mouse.

I got the St. Pete/Clearwater book last month for my July 4th anniversary weekend trip to St. Pete and saved at least $50 using the buy one get one free coupons for the Dali Museum, Florida Aquarium, and various restaurants, not to mention the Regal Cinemas discounted ticket coupons which are good anywhere nationwide.

Fatwallet linkie: http://www.fatwallet.com/cash-back/Entertainment-Books

One thought on “2008 Entertainment Book Clearance! ($8.99 shipped)

  1. Hi Maggie,

    Didn’t you test for your personal trainer certification? I think I recall that you did order materials and go for the test. Did you study for the NSCA-CPT? I have been researching and this looks to be a good starting point for a certification that is well respected and is widely accepted. I thought it would be a good all around certification (as opposed to one that is more specialized towards athletes, those with chronic disease, orthopedic post-rehab, cardiac rehab, etc) and a great starting point for a new career. Just wondering if this is the route you went..

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