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Buy One, Get One for 88 Cents at Crazy 8Buy One, Get One for 88 Cents at Crazy 8 Easter weekend is the perfect time to start shopping for your kids' summer wardrobe. So it's no coincidence that Crazy 8 is having a super sale: Buy one item at regular price and get another for 88 cents!...

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Free Easter Crafts at Bass Pro in GrapevineFree Easter Crafts at Bass Pro in Grapevine Come by Bass Pro Shops in Grapevine this weekend for fun and free Easter activities for the kids. Here's what's going on: Easter Bunny Photos - get a free 4x6 photo with the Easter Bunny, or buy a bigger...

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Easter Egg Hunt in the StockyardsEaster Egg Hunt in the Stockyards Come out to Stockyards Station in the Fort Worth Stockyards on Saturday, April 19 from noon to 4 p.m. for an Easter Egg Hunt. The egg hunt for all ages will begin at noon sharp, and afterwards there will...

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Magazine Subscriptions for $2Magazine Subscriptions for $2 Magazine Outlet has some great deals on magazine subscriptions today - you can get several titles for FREE, and just pay $2 for postage and handling. These are limited-time and limited-quantity offers....

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Free Yoga in Sundance SquareFree Yoga in Sundance Square Come out to Sundance Square on Saturday, April 19 for a free yoga class. This event will happen every other Saturday through July 26. This is co-sponsored by Sundance Square and the Amon G. Carter, Jr....

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Taste of Keller This Weekend

Category : dining, entertainment, family, Featured, food

 photo tasteofkeller_zps28c6d546.jpgThis weekend, you can try discounted cuisine from Keller’s best restaurants at Taste of Keller, a festival blending family, food and fun. The festival is on Friday, April 18 from 5-11 p.m. and on Saturday, April 19 from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. at Keller Town Hall. More than 20 local restaurants will be at the event, including Buttercup’s Bake Shoppe, Devivo Bros. Eatery, and Elote Mexican Kitchen. Admission to the festival is free, but you must purchase tickets for 50 cents each to get food and drink. The average price is about 6 tickets per item.

Some notable events at Taste of Keller include:

Tasting Tent - on Friday from 6-8 p.m. Pay $10 and get 1-oz samples from 25 eateries. (Get tickets at Keller Business Connections, 131 Taylor St. during business hours)

Egg Drop – Saturday at 4 p.m. 10,000 plastic eggs will be dropped on the festival grounds from helicopters for kids to pick up!

Kids’ Activities – crafting corner, children’s play space and other activities

Other Fun Stuff – a poker run, 1k Fun Run (Saturday at 8 a.m.), a food-eating competition, live music and more

For a complete schedule of events, see the Taste of Keller Facebook page or this page.

Keller Town Hall is at 1100 Bear Creek Parkway.

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Free Dessert at Corner Bakery Cafe

Category : dining, Featured, food, free

Print a coupon to receive a free baby Bundt cake at Corner Bakery Cafe when you purchase a lunch or dinner entree. This coupon is good through March 25.

The coupon is only valid at certain cafes, but both of the Fort Worth locations (Blackstone and Hulen & Bellaire) are included.

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Last-Minute Holiday Gift Deals

Category : dining, entertainment, family, Featured, gifts

 photo youngchefs_zps25cb92df.jpgWith only five shopping days left, it’s probably too late to ship most gifts in time for Christmas. Never fear – there are plenty of print-and-give deals out there! Check these out:

$5 for a 1-year “For Him” magazine subscription – choose from The New Yorker, Details, Entrepreneur, or Inc.

$7 for a 1-year “For Her” magazine subscription – pick from Yoga Journal, culture mag Nylon or fitness publication Oxygen

$10 for a batting-cage visit at Cover All Bases – visitors practice their baseball skills at this facility in Arlington, which includes fast-pitch and slow-pitch machines

$17 for a 90-minute cooking class at Young Chefs Academy – kids ages 3-18 can perfect their culinary skills with age-appropriate lessons in Fort Worth

$20 for a ticket to a Dallas Mavericks game – see the Mavs play the Knicks on Jan. 5; tickets start at $20 and go up to $77 each, depending on location

$29 for a winery tour package for two at Sunset Winery – the recipient of this gift will be able to explore a Burleson winery with a guest. Package includes a winery tour and education, pizza and a sweet, and one customized wine label with a group photo. Pay $55 for the same deal for 4 people.

$35 for a 1-hour Swedish massage from Miss Masseuse – get half off an hour of pure relaxation at this studio overlooking the Trinity River in Fort Worth

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43% Off Medieval Times Admission

Category : dining, family, Featured, gifts

 photo medievaltimes_zps0b4423fc.pngTravel over to Dallas for a show and meal on the cheap! Today, you can visit LivingSocial and pay just $39 for one adult admission to Medieval Times. This is a $68 value, so you are getting 43 percent off. The shows are really fun, with live jousting and horses in a building made to look like an 11th century Spanish chapel. It’s on Stemmons Freeway, but the experience is worth the drive. Got kids? Pay just $29 for their tickets (a $42 value).

In addition to the show, guests will receive a traditional dinner of oven-roasted chicken, herb-roasted potatoes, tomato bisque soup, garlic bread, spare rib, and a pastry, plus two rounds of soft drinks, coffee, or tea.

If you buy this deal, you’ll have until Jan. 31 to use it. Groups who wish to sit together should purchase their tickets in a single transaction.

Medieval Times is at 2021 N. Stemmons in Dallas.

Other deals you might like include:

$12 for a 3-course Mexican meal at Yucatan Beach Club – receive an appetizer, dessert and 4 tacos at this spot in Coppell; or pay the same amount for $25 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks

$16.99 for a My Little Pony Crystal Princess Palace Play Set – redeem online; $24.99 value; your little MLP fan will love this set, which comes with a pony figurine, palace and plenty of accessories

$20 for $60 in custom-printed items from Vistaprint – use this deal to print Christmas cards, mugs, invites and more

$20 for $40 in seafood and steakhouse fare at Cat City Grill – get half off American cuisine in Fort Worth’s cultural district for half price Monday through Thursday; pay $25 for $40 for a weekend deal

$25 for one ticket to Yo Gabba Gabba Live! Holiday Show – young kids will delight in seeing Brobee, Toodee, Plex and their favorite YGG characters on Dec. 7 in Grand Prairie; $43 value

$25 for $50 at Brookstone – this store has lots of fun giftable items; use it in store or online

$44.99 for a 10-cup Cuisinart thermal coffeemaker – Gift Alert! This coffeemaker is a $130 value; free shipping is included

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43% Off at Edelweiss

Category : dining, entertainment, family, Featured, shopping

 photo edelweiss_zpsddcba947.jpgI have never seen a deal for this restaurant! Today, you can stop by Groupon and pay just $32 for a German dinner for two at Edelweiss. With this deal, you’ll get one appetizer to share and two entrees of your choice. This is a $55.85 value! Note, however, this deal isn’t good on Saturdays or with happy hour specials, and it’s only for dine-in customers.

If you buy the deal, you’ll have 90 days to use it. Check out the full deal details here. UPDATE 11:33 a.m. – Groupon has just put out a super promo code that’s only valid on Nov. 25 – save $5 off purchases of $15 or more with the code 5OFF15. Use on any Groupon deal sitewide! This makes the Edelweiss deal only $27.

Edelweiss is at 3801 Southwest Blvd. in Fort Worth.

Other deals you might like include:

$5.50 for two big barbecue pulled-pork sandwiches at Dickey’s Barbecue Pit – $11 value; valid at the Oakmont Blvd. location in Fort Worth

$10 for $20 in casual American food and Fox and Hound – valid at the locations in Arlington and Fort Worth

$12 for a Deluxe DIY Loom Kit – redeem online; kids will love crafting bracelets with this fun kit; includes 1,200 rubber bands

$12 for a personalized package from Santa – redeem online; the Silver Package includes will find a personalized letter from Santa Claus with an official gold foil seal, a personalized Nice List Certificate with an official gold foil seal, an 8.5×11 glossy autographed Santa Claus photo, and an 8.5×11 glossy autographed Rudolph photo. Personalized Santa phone call and online video included, too. Shipping is free!

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List of Veteran’s Day Food Deals

Category : dining, family, Featured, food, free

 photo texasroadhouseveterans_zps9e077e59.pngVeteran’s Day is Monday. Celebrate the men and women who have served with these food freebies and discounts. If you plan to use one of these offers, make sure to bring your military ID:

Texas Roadhousefree lunch for veterans on Nov. 11 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Einstein Bros. Bagelsfree bagel & shmear for veterans and active military on Nov. 11.
Hooters - free meal with drink purchase for veterans on Nov. 11.
Twin Peaksfree meal for vets and active military on Nov. 11.
Outback Steakhousefree Bloomin’ Onion and beverage for active military and veterans on Nov. 11.
Pappasito’s - free appetizer with entree purchase for veterans and active military on Nov. 11. (excludes quesadillas, nachos and appetizer sampler)
Pappadeaux - free appetizer with entree purchase for veterans and active military on Nov. 11. (excludes Maryland Crab Cakes and appetizer sampler)
BJ’s Brewhousefree lunch entree or 1-topping Mini Deep Dish or Individual Hand-Tossed pizza at dinner for active duty military and veterans Nov. 11.
Taco Bueno - free crispy beef or chicken taco on Nov. 11 for active military and veterans.
III Forks - free entree for veterans and active military on Nov. 11. (In Dallas)
Sweet Tomatoeshalf off an entree for veterans/active military (with beverage purchase) or a buy one, get one free deal with purchase of 2 beverages on Nov. 11.
Buca di Beppo - free pasta entree (spaghetti marinara, fettuccine alfredo or baked ziti) on Nov. 11 for vets/active military.
Chili’s - free entree on Nov. 11 for vets and active military (see special menu here).
Spaghetti Warehousebuy one entree, get one free with coupon on Nov. 10-11 (anyone can use this deal!).
Fox and Houndfree burger for active military and vets on Nov. 11.
Paciugo Gelato - free 12 oz. Gelatte for veterans and active duty military on Nov. 11. (Check your location beforehand; these stores are famous for opting out of promos)
Carabba’sfree appetizer for active and retired military on Nov. 11.
Denny’s – active military and retired vets get free all-you-can-eat pancakes on Nov. 11.
Zoes Kitchenfree entree for active and retired military on Nov. 11.
Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt – veterans and active duty military get 6 oz. of free frozen yogurt on Nov. 11.
World Blend - free coffee for veterans all day at this Fort Worth coffee house. Mention that you saw the offer on Facebook.
Applebee’sfree meal for veterans on Nov. 11. Choose from a special Veterans Day menu.
Olive Gardenfree meal for veterans on Nov. 11. The rest of the family gets 10 percent off.
Genghis Grillfree bowl for vets and active military on Nov. 11.
Pie Fivefree pie for vets with ID on Nov. 11.
Ben & Jerry’s (Highland Village location)free scoop of ice cream or free cappuccino or free gourmet hot chocolate for vets and active military on Nov. 11.
Brio Tuscan Grille20 percent off for veterans and their families on Nov. 11.
Uno Chicago Grillfree entree or individual pizza for veterans with purchase of another entree on Nov. 11.
Chick-fil-A (Alliance Town Ctr location) - free chicken sandwich for veterans on Nov. 11.
Chick-fil-A (Alta Mesa location) - free chocolate chunk cookie for veterans on Nov. 11.
Cafe Brazil (all locations)free entree for veterans on Nov. 11.
Cowtown Winery25 percent off for veterans and active military on Nov. 11.
Bar Louie (Arlington and FW locations) – free entree for veterans & active military on Nov. 11.

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Half Off Steak & Seafood in Fort Worth

Category : dining, entertainment, family, Featured, food

 photo rayssteak_zpsa1f8c349.pngClass up your dinner out this weekend with this LivingSocial deal: $25 for $50 at Ray’s Prime Steak and Seafood. This restaurant just off Camp Bowie Blvd. serves rack of lamb, lobster tails, and, of course, lots of different steak selections. Not into beef? Try their seared ahi tuna, crab cakes, Dover sole and more.

If you buy this deal, you’ll have until Feb. 28 to spend it. It can’t be used on alcohol. See all the fine print here and pick up your certificates before the deal ends!

Ray’s Prime Steak & Seafood is at 3206 Winthrop Ave. in Fort Worth.

Other deals available today include:

$8 for two admissions to the “Festival of Trees” at the Arlington Museum of Art – great way to get into the holiday spirit; deal includes 2 unlimited admissions to an exhibit that features festively-trimmed trees, Santa Claus illustrations and paintings, live performances and more; this deal is half off regular admission

$9 for one admission to Ripley’s Believe It or Not! – $18 value; enjoy interesting exhibits at this fun museum in Grand Prairie

$45 for a yearlong Sam’s Club savings membership – $85 value; includes a year’s membership to Sam’s, $20 Sam’s gift card, and coupons for a free rotisserie chicken, free apple pie and free scalloped potatoes

$42 for an hourlong hot-stone massage at An Angel’s Touch Therapeutic Massage – $108 value in north Fort Worth; includes aromatherapy, too

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Fort Worth Daily Deal Roundup

Category : Arlington, dining, entertainment, Featured, fitness, food

 photo cleaninkphotobook_zpsff799779.pngHere’s a list of some of the best daily deals in and around Fort Worth (and online):

$10 for a custom hardcover photo book from Try Clean Ink – great idea for Christmas gifts! This is for a 20-page book; pay $14 for a 34-page book

$11 for $20 in sushi and Japanese cuisine at Big Fish – salmon, sushi, sashimi and more on Hulen St; $20 for $40 option also available (for 4 diners or more)

$12.50 for a fast-pass admission to Moxley Manor Haunted House – $25 value; this ticket skips you straight to the front of the line; haunted house is in Bedford

$20 for an oil change at Jiffy Lube – $39.99 value; valid at 20 DFW locations

$25 for one admission to the Color in Motion 5K – scheduled for Nov. 2 in Arlington; includes t-shirt and color powder, too

$29 for a 1-hour Swedish massage at Texas Pain & Wellness Chiropractic – in Haltom City; also includes a “vibration therapy” session

$30 for a Mystery Gift Box – this is an interesting one! Box has $200 worth of items, which may include MP3 players, tablets, digital cameras, Bluetooth headsets, makeup kits, scarves, designer sunglasses, gold jewelry, sheets and more; also check out this $17 Super Spooky Halloween Mystery Gift Box

$40 for a mani-pedi with massage, hot stones & paraffin at Amour Nails & Day Spa – in Arlington on Green Oaks Blvd.

$55 for a haircut, deep conditioning and allover color from Legacy Ridgmar – $115 value, near Ridgmar Mall

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20 Percent Off LivingSocial Deals

Category : dining, family, Featured, food, shopping

Kids are back in school! Celebrate by doing a little shopping at LivingSocial – from now through Aug. 31, they are offering an additional 20 percent off their deals when you use the code MELT20 at checkout. Here are some of the things you can snag today:

$10 for $20 in Mexican cuisine at Las Pinatas Mexican Restaurant – half off Tex-Mex in Fort Worth; just $8 with discount

$12 for $20 in pizza at Papa John’s – use this voucher and save when you order online; just $9.60 with discount

$20 for $40 to spend at Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH – get half off at this Saks discount store; just $16 with discount

$18 for a personalized kids’ backpack from Personal Creations – redeem online; adorable packs can be customized with girls and boys designs as well as their names; just $14.40 with discount

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$4 for $25 Restaurant Certificates

Category : Arlington, dining, Featured, food


From today through tomorrow, Aug. 13, Restaurant.com is selling its $25 restaurant certificates for just $4 each. Use the promo code SALE at checkout to get this discount.

Lots of local restaurants participate in the Restaurant.com certificate program, including Wilson’s Barbecue, Yucatan Taco Stand, DoubleDave’s Pizzaworks (Arlington location), and many more eateries. Be sure to check the fine print before you buy, since some restaurants require you to come during certain hours to use the certificates. Once purchased, the certificates do not expire. Check out the restaurants here and grab your certificates at this great price.

If you want to buy the certificates as a gift, Restaurant.com is also offering two $25 eGift certificates for $10 through Aug. 14.

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