Check out some of our most popular discounts
AAA Approved Auto Repair
|10% parts discount and a 10% labor discount on repairs. Save 10%|
|Hobbies and Sports Equipment||The Cats' Pause|
|Save $10 on new subscriptions with 35 issues per year ($49.95 value).|
|Dry Cleaning||Orr's Draperies & Dry Cleaning|
Dry cleaning, laundry and custom draperies, bedding and blinds.
|Save 5% on dry cleaning and laundry.|
|Casual Dining||Trapper's Kettle Restaurant|
Trapper's Kettle in Belfield is home to a pizzeria, inn and the famous Rendezvous Lounge. In the lounge, enjoy your favorite "spirits" in a rustic atmosphere. Daily buffet available in Welliston, Sundays only in Belfield. Visit at www.trapperskettle.com.
|Save 10% on food and beverage up to a maximum of eight individuals in a party.|
|Sports||Hickory Hills Golf Course|
Hickory Hills Golf Course is located just 3 miles south of Eau Claire. It is an 18 hole executive length course open to the public from daylight to dark. Club house with a full service bar and snacks opens at 7am.
|Buy one round of golf at regular price, get the second round at half price.|
|Sports||Barnegat Bay Sailing School|
Barnegat Bay Sailing School is a small, highly personalized New Jersey sailing school offering introductory and advanced sailing courses in a safe and enjoyable atmosphere.
|Save 10% on all cruises Monday through Friday.|
|Home Improvement/Gardening||Turf Pro Lawn Care|
Lawn and landscape maintenance. Visit at www.turfpro-lawncare.com.
|Save 10% on contracted lawn care services.|
|Attractions, Zoos, Museums, and Tours||George Eastman House|
National Historic Landmark home of George Eastman, founder of Eastman Kodak Co., has been restored to its early 1900's appearance.
|Save $1 on each adult admission.|
|Attractions, Zoos, Museums, and Tours||Riverbanks Zoo|
|Save $2.75 on admission tickets online at Riverbanks.org. Call 704-569-3600 for code.|
|Cultural Events||American Labor Museum/Botto House|
American Labor Museum/Botto House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was the home of the Botto family since 1908. Visitors can see artifacts and visit restored period rooms from the lives of immigrants, unionists and working people.
|Free admission to American Labor Museum/Botto House. Call or view website for information.|