Today, the first official day of fall break for TUSD students, is the first day of Vantage Bowling Centers' $5 special.
It's customer appreciation day at Jimmy John's.
Dealnews.com put out its list of what to buy in September, with predictions of what items will be on sale throughout the month. It even predicts a few deals will be better in September than they will be on Black Friday.
Just Between Friends is holding its back to school consignment sale at the Tucson Convention Center, 260 S. Church Ave., Thursday through Saturday.
When the kids are little, it's easy to just go shopping and pick up whatever you think is cute.
There's a new website that features products and deals aggregated across the internet, which allows the consumer to browse deals and to tag their favorites for future browsing.
Best Buy is now offering a video game trade-in program.
It's nice to be able to go out to eat, but with kids, it's expensive. Luckily, there are restaurants that offer free or cheap menu items for kids, every day of the week. Here are some examples.
If you need flip-flops or just want to stock up for next year, Old Navy is having an awesome sale Saturday.
Safeway and Chevron have announced a joint reward points loyalty program in Tucson.
Local video store, Casa Video, 2905 E. Speedway has revamped its daily specials. They have some pretty good deals. If you like the experience of physically going into a video store, rather than getting a movie out of a box, you should check Casa out.
Who has time to browse websites for every store they shop at to find the best deals? I sure don't.
If you "like" Cinemark on Facebook, you get a weekly concession coupon.
Deal News posted an article today about the best and worst things to buy in June.
If you're looking for a way to unwind without spending a lot of money, Natural Way Wellness Spa, 526 N. Fourth Ave., is hosting a spa happy hour from 6 to 8 p.m. tomorrow.
If you're looking for restaurant discounts, check out restaurant.com.
Today is the dreaded tax day.
If you're an online shopper, there's a deal site targeted toward moms. Once you sign up, you get daily deals emailed to you. Or, you can browse the site and shop that way as well.
Living Social has a great deal on a subscription to Arizona Highways magazine.
Living Social is offering a one year print and digital subscription to Zoobooks for $15. That's half off the regular price of $30. It even comes with a poster and stickers.