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|The New Coupon Page
An In-The-Know Page
Welcome to the Coupons Page, buried deep in the bowels of the KNOWERS pages. Page 11 is hereafter to be known as "The Coupons" page. It's here that you'll find coupons to Restaurants, Groceries, and any other thing we can find that will save us money.
Of course, the user should always ask the restaurant/store before assuming the coupon is still being honored.
Feel free to send in a web address (e.g., http://xyz.com...) that contains a substantial discount for anyone who prints out the coupon. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org. It's also a good place to report any broken links or coupons that have expired.
If you're going out to eat, stop here first. You may be saving a bundle of money.
Rockets Free Shake
Johnny Rockets 50% Off Breakfast With A Drink
Woody's BBQ $5.00 Off Your Bill
Woody's BBQ 10% Off Your Bill
ValPak (Various Restaurants around the Villages)
(e.g., Arbys, Johnny Rockets, Sakura, Mario's, Jersey Mike's, Chick-fil-A, Oakwood Smokehouse, Evergreen Buffet & Grill, Papa John's, Plantation Oaks Restaurant, Terry's Place)
Sakura's Japanese Restaurant
Evergreen Buffet & Grill
Pizzeria - Free Offer with Every Purchase
Cody's Original Roadhouse - BOGO Free Fajita - Wednesday
Starbucks - Free Refills on Drip Coffee
Bonefish Grill - $10 Off Sea*Lebrities Entree with 2nd Entree
Carrabba's Italian Grill
Publix Grocery Store (BOGO This Week)
Publix Grocery Store (Publix Brands)
Non-Specific Grocery Coupons
Winn-Dixie Grocery Store
(Requires a Winn-Dixie Reward-Card to Print)
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