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Entertainment books 2 for $10

Discussion in 'Coupon Swap' started by hammie, Jul 16, 2013.

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  1. hammie

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    Apparently, this is the last call, but I thought the last three emails I received also said "last call". At any rate, I just picked up two books for $10, a local book and one for an upcoming trip to Vegas, free shipping. They publish books for Canada as well.

    I have used some of their online coupons in the past for Priceline, Hotwire, and once saved 5% booking a trip with hotel to Chicago via American Airlines. I saved $30 which more than paid for the book.

    http://www.entertainment.com/discount/local_editions.shtml?linkName=EXPMEM_071613_A&cm_mmc=Email-_-XBTB-_-2F10FS-_-EXPMEM_071613_A
     
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    We did this last year for a trip to Seattle. Warning: the fine print says you are now on the hook to purchase one at FULL price next year.
    Very deceptive in my opinion and if I would have known, I never would have done it!:poke:
     
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    Yes, I received the same solicitation last year and I mentioned this in a post, but the horse left the barn for you :poke:

    This time, its $10 for two books, I think this offer is later in the season than last year's offer. Terms and conditions say the offer expires 7/21, while supplies last.

    These guys are in bankruptcy and I guess its cheaper than tossing them in the trash. Groupon, Living Social, Restaurant.com, and things like radio station listener loyalty programs made it difficult for the Entertainment book publisher. The books are printed months in advance so sometimes you pull a coupon from the book and the business is gone. Groupon is more immediate.
     
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