Where to buy Entertainment Book

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  1. ncbyrne

    ncbyrne DIS Veteran

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    What's the cheapest I can buy this book for? Anyone have a link?
     
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  3. nbodyhome

    nbodyhome DIS Veteran

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    If you have MyPoints, they give 750 points for an entertainment book.

    Denise
     
  4. DMRick

    DMRick I prefer to be tagless!

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    I bought mine from my credit union, for $10 less than everyone else is selling it. Also, if you know someone in a different state than you, they can order you one, from the back of theirs for less.
    QUOTE=ncbyrne]What's the cheapest I can buy this book for? Anyone have a link?[/QUOTE]
     
  5. mommyoftwinfants

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    I ordered mine through www.fatwallet.com. Right now they are offering $10 off plus the $25 restaurant certificate. If you order via their link they will give you a $5 rebate plus if you earn $5 in rebates you get $5 cash back...
     
  6. nin8jc

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    Free 1 Yr Membership Entertainment Book Online Save Hundreds

    Part of the ATT & SBC Merger -- Cancelled the Upromise Deal and offers this one instead

    I guess you are supposed to be a current SBC member, but is does not ask for any info that can be verified.

    Link
    http://www.entertainment.com/saversguide/sbc

    Saw a bunch of links for 10% - 50% off @ various local and internet retailers

    Register Here
    http://www.entertainment.com/sgcf/sb...ction=activate
     
  7. azgal81

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    I brought mine from mypoints for 750 points, $10 off and a $25 dining dough certificate! It cost me 20 dollars!
     

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