|Go green (as in: count your savings) when you bring your own bag to these stores. |
- EatDrinkDeals.com: This clearinghouse site features up-to-date coupons for major food chains. For example: one appetizer and two entrées for $20 at Chilis; $5 off a purchase of $15 or more at Ted’s Montana Grill.
- LivingSocial.com: Check in with this site daily for deals on local activities, like a $130 private horseback-riding lesson on sale for $49, or $28 off a riverboat cruise. Once you’ve made a purchase, send the link to the promotion to friends. If three or more take the bait, your purchase is free.
- RewardsNetwork.com: This dining-out program, which has more than 10,000 participating restaurants in the United States and Canada, gives members 5 percent back on their final tab, including taxes and tip. Customers register their credit cards, then use plastic to pay when they dine out. A rebate is refunded to the credit card the next time they eat at one of the participating restaurants.
- SixFlags.com: Buying themepark tickets online can be up to 40 percent cheaper than shelling out at the gate.
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