Puppetry Arts discounts
When you think of puppet shows, you probably envision giggling children and child’s play. That’s not at all what the Ghastly Dreadfuls II is, as Inside Access blogger Jamie Gumbrecht tells us in her review of this show for adults.
Check out the review, then turn your attention to these discounts, also pointed out in Jamie’s blog:
FREE T.G.I.F. entree
I found this coupon on freeshiet.com. You’ll have to check with the T.G.I.F. restaurant in your area to make sure it is participating, but it seems incredibly easy: Bring in this coupon and get a free entree worth $15 or less. It’s good through Oct. 31.
It’s only one location, but may be worth it if you’re in the area. The Subway at 2090 Dunwoody Club Drive is giving away a six-inch sub with the purchase of a large drink and a bag of chips. Here’s the coupon.
If you haven’t discovered Groupon.com, or clicked on the link over in my blog roll, you’ve probably already missed a lot of deals of interest. The Web site offers a deep discount on a restaurant or service every day in the area, but you have to make the purchase on the day it is posted. Today’s is 60 percent off — $10 for $25 in goods — at The Roswell Tea House.
Half-off show tickets
This is a reminder of a way to save on show tickets around town. It’s not always convenient, but the savings are worth it. AtlanTix sells tickets for half-price to some of the hottest shows in town, like Mozart’s Magic Flute by the Atlanta Ballet and The Sty of the Blind Pig by True Colors Theatre. Not all tickets are available online or in advance, and there is a service fee attached to the sell of the ticket. Go to atlantaperforms.com to see the scheduled shows, museums and cultural attractions with tickets available. Before going to the Underground Atlanta Visitors Center to buy tickets in person, call and check on availability.