The snow has melted, the birds are singing and sales are springing to life in the new season.
Subway has scaled back on the $5 footlong deals but they’re making up for it this month with buy-one, get-one free breakfast sandwiches and flatbreads until 9 a.m. daily.There are also Subway coupons found inside today’s Times Leader glossy coupon pullouts.
Arby’s keeps releasing decent free food coupons. The latest is this one that will net you a free 16 ounce shake when you purchase any regularly priced sandwich: http://coupon.arbys.com/AprilArbysFreeShake04092013/ And I checked the fine print, the value menu sandwiches will not count, sorry. Either way, you should be thinking Arby’s.
For a limited time, select Dunkin Donuts stores have 99 cent medium iced teas and iced coffees. Try the new butter pecan flavoring in the iced coffee. It’s fantastic.
Starbucks more your pace for coffee? If so, check your receipt. Some stores are printing special offers on them that allow you to bring in your morning Starbucks receipt after noon that same day to get a Grande Refresher for just $2. With interesting flavors like cool lime and very berry hibiscus that mix real fruit juice with green coffee extract, you’ll get a light touch of caffeine from the brand you’ve become addicted to.
It’s almost flip flop weather and Victoria’s Secret is selling theirs from the Pink line for $5 when you make any Pink purchase. The deal is good today and tomorrow only. The flip flops have a retail value of up to $15.95.
CVS has a chewy deal on Stride gum this week. They’re on sale for $1 a pack and you get $1 in Extrabucks when you buy two packs. There’s also a coupon for $1 off two packs in today’s paper so get two packs, use your coupon and CVS Extra Care card and pay $1 then get $1 back in a coupon on your receipt for a future store purchase.
While at CVS, grab a .8 ounce bag of Brookside dark chocolate for 67 cents and get 67 cents back in Extra Bucks printed on your receipt.
Rite Aid has Colgate products buy-one, get-one free. There’s a $1 off two Colgate toothpaste coupon in today’s paper that will get you two items for less than the price of one when used.
Speaking of buy-one, get-one free deals, the circulars are chock full of them this week. Price Chopper, Rite Aid, Weis and CVS have offers plastered across the front page of their circulars this week. Some are even of the buy-one, get-two free variety.
Spring is prime vehicle shopping time. And the state of Pennsylvania is helping out. More than 400 vehicles will be available for purchase at an auction Monday at Manheim Auto Auctions, 488 Firehouse Road, Grantville, just outside Harrisburg.
The public can preview the vehicles at the auction site from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and the auction will begin at 10 a.m. on Monday. Registration opens at 8 a.m. Buyers may purchase with cash or certified funds in the form of money orders, cashier’s checks, certified checks or bank checks – all made payable to “Manheim Central Penn Auto Auction.”
For more information on this auction, future auction dates, payment conditions and a complete listing of vehicles, visit www.dgs.state.pa.us; click on “Bid on an Automobile” under the “How Do I?” section of the website; scroll down to “Next Auction” and select “Click here for the pre-sale listing.”
If you’re looking for something a bit closer to home to do today, head over to the Pocono Downs racetrack in Plains Township. At 5 tonight, the track will be handing out a free program and $5 live racing vouchers to the first 300 fans with a Racing Rewards card. Call the track for additional details.