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$5 Off State Fair Coupon Packages$5 Off State Fair Coupon Packages The State Fair of Texas begins on Sept. 30, but it's never too early to think about getting ready! Right now, you can save $5 off food and ride coupon packs by using the coupon code DMCOUPON5 at checkout....

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Free Gift from Tiny PrintsFree Gift from Tiny Prints Through Tuesday, August 9, Tiny Prints is offering your choice of two free gifts: One notebook or one 5x7 easel art. Use the code PICKONE at checkout to get your freebie. A small shipping fee will apply....

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Free Notepad, Address Labels, Prints from ShutterflyFree Notepad, Address Labels, Prints from Shutterfly From now through Aug. 5, Shutterfly is offering your choice of three free gifts: two 8x10 prints, one 5x7 notepad or one set of address labels. Use the code SUMMERCHOICE at checkout to get your discount....

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Register Now for Mayor’s Back-to-School Fair

Category : beauty, family, free

Attention Dallas residents: If your family qualifies, you may be able to get free school supplies through the Mayor’s Back-to-School Fair, scheduled for Aug. 5 this year.

The fair, which is in its 14th year, provides school supplies, health screenings and other services. This year’s fair will be Aug. 5 at Fair Park in Dallas, in the Automobile and Centennial buildings, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. To get the school supplies, you must have kids ages 5 to 18, be a resident of the city of Dallas, and meet the federal poverty guidelines with regards to your income. You must also pre-register for the event. Find the pre-registration form here. This also has a list of pre-registration events, at which you can drop off the form. The form can also be mailed in. Don’t forget to include proof of residency and income. Forms must be received by July 31, so don’t delay in filling one out.

If you pre-register on time, you are guaranteed to receive school supplies, as long as you show up before 3 p.m.

If you’re not a Dallas resident, or you don’t meet income guidelines, you can still come to the fair and take advantage of the other services, like free vision screenings, health screenings, free toothbrushes and toothpaste, and free immunizations. Free haircuts will also be provided by the Ogle School and by Cedric B’s.

For more info on the Mayor’s Back to School Fair, visit

Free Haircuts for Kids at Remington College

Category : beauty, family, free

Kids’ hair looking a little shaggy? Get their locks into shape for free with Remington College’s “Cuts for Kids” event this month. From Aug. 9 through 21, bring your17-and-under kids by the college’s Dallas or Fort Worth campuses to get free haircuts from cosmetology students and instructors.

If you’re going to the Dallas campus (1640 Eastgate Dr., Garland), the salon hours are 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. You can walk in or make an appointment by calling 972-698-3890. In Fort Worth (300 E. Loop 820), the hours are 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Here you can also walk in, or call 817-880-0090 to reserve a spot.

Adults who bring kids in will also get 50 percent off haircuts, styling and nail treatments.

Don’t have kids? Need a cheap cut now? The Paul Mitchell School in Dallas has a menu of inexpensive beauty services. ,u>Aveda in Dallas also has services by students. I.T.S. Academy has salon services all over DFW, including in Fort Worth. You can also try the Ogle School.

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