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Friday, January 13, 2012
Jon Evearts, owner of the West Main Street pizza shop, is lowering prices to help customers cope with their shrinking budgets.
According to The Times Herald, the folks at Main Street Pizzeria & Grille are rolling back prices in an effort to not only help their regulars who are struggling in these tough economic times, but to woo back some customers from the big chain pizza slingers. “We’re trying to be as generous as we can without breaking the bank,” owner Jon Evearts told The Herald. “We dropped our pizza prices from $11.50 to $9.95 for a large, and brought back our medium size pizza. The other places are charging $13.50 and more for a large.” Other specials include a Sunday-through-Wednesday deal on pick-up orders: a 14-inch medium pizza (what some chain stores consider a large) for $5 and a 16-inch for only $7.49; $1 off hoagies every Monday; and a price drop …
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Our resident cheapskate will help you find the deals and discounts you've been looking for.
Dear Bargain Huntress, My husband and I are expecting our first child next month, and before the baby gets here, we’d like to have a nice night out together. Maybe a movie? Do you have any suggestions on how to avoid spending my child’s college education at the theater? Expectant Mom, Phoenixville Dear Expectant Mom, First and foremost: The tickets. You could pay as much as $12 at the box office, but with a little advanced planning, you can save a bundle. Check with your local municipality – many offer discounted tickets to area theaters. If yours doesn’t, ask around. A neighboring borough or township might sell them, and may not require you to be a resident to participate in the deal. You can also snag savings at Costco, which offers …
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Restaurants from all over the area are offering discounted, prix-fixed menus for Main Line Restaurant Week, Sept. 26-Oct.2.
Main Line Restaurant Week is back for its second year, bringing with it all of the flavors of fall and deals that diners just can’t resist. From Monday, Sept. 26 through Sunday, Oct. 2, restaurants all around the Main Line and surrounding suburbs will open their doors to customers both new and old, offering up special, discounted prix-fixed menus showcasing some of their best dishes. Each participating restaurant will offer a three-course dinner, priced at $20, $30 or $40 per person. Meals includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert. With fixed prices and the best of what each restaurant has to offer, Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity for diners to get out of their comfort zone and try something new. Below is a list of …
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Dr. Lori offers up some tricks of the trade for getting great deals or getting the most for your treasures.
I discuss the economics of antiques frequently and comment on a wide range of topics from efficiently settling an estate to obtaining a big return when building an art and antiques collection. Some important aspects of successful antiquing are to avoid financial missteps. Here are some tips to enhance your antiquing experience. Always be prepared to negotiate on the asking price. Negotiation, as many seasoned antiquers know, is part of the fun of antiquing. To develop this important collecting skill, simply ask if there is a discount on a particular work of art, collectible or antique. In most cases, a seller will reduce the asking price as much as 10% without even batting an eye. Once you try negotiating during an antiquing trip, you will…
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
The Norristown Area Education Foundation has teamed with Deals That Matter to raise money and bring you a great deal.
If you read the story yesterday about the Norristown Area Education Foundation's (NAEF) partnership with Deals That Matter, you know what this is. For those of you who didn't – Deals That Matter is helping to raise money for the NAEF by offering great online deals for area merchants and services and donating the sales to the foundation. Norristown Patch is helping by spreading the word. $7 for $15 worth of food and beer at the Brothers Spano What you get Follow the link for more information about today's deal and check back with Norristown Patch for more great deals every day.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Norristown Patch scours our sources to come up with some great deals.
This week, Frugal Family found deals on meals, books, children's gear, kicks and sporting goods. Max and Erma's (180 Mill Road, Oaks) Deal: Children eat free Tuesdays—one free kids meal with the purchase of an adult entrée. Good through: Ongoing Toys "R" Us Deal: Buy two Dr. Seuss books, and get one free. Offer only available online. Good through: March 31 Kids Wee Cycle Sale Deal: The sale will take place Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon at Trinity Episcopal Church in Ambler, Bethlehem Pike and Highland Avenue. There will be half-priced items from noon to 1 p.m. Good through: March 19 Carter's Deal: Children's flip-flop sandals are just $5 this week. Use online shopping code “HAPPYDAY” to get the discount. Good through: March 20 …