2009 Entertainment Passbook for $1.25!


UPDATE: Please check the comments area to read Jenn’s comment before purchasing.

I wish I had waited to purchase my DFW Entertainment Passbook, because here’s a great deal!

1. Sign up for Cashbaq and get $5 credited to your account just for signing up.

2. Next go to the ‘Shop by Store’ drop down menu on the left side of the page and scroll to select “Entertainment Book – $10”.

3. Click the “35% off and Free shipping on 2009 Entertainment book” link. You will be redirected to the Entertainment Passbook site where you can enter your zip code and purchase the book.

The DFW and Atlanta books are $16.25. You will get $10 cash back plus the $5 that was credited to your account when you signed up, making the book only $1.25. For the Denver, Baltimore and DC areas, the book is selling for $19.50, so $4.50 with the cash back.

For those of you in other areas of the country, you can check here to see what your book would cost before you get the $15 back from Cashbaq, and then decide whether or not you want to buy the book through Cashbaq.

Once you accrue a minimum of $10 in your Cashbaq account, you can get your money when Cashbaq does their next payout (which is the 20th of every month). So if you purchase the Entertainment Passbook, you won’t have to buy more items through Cashbaq to get your money.

For those of you who are not familiar with the Entertainment Passbooks, they include lots of coupons for area restaurants, stores, entertainment venues and travel, including a coupon code for 5% off any $150+ fare worldwide on American Airlines for up to six passengers (meaning you can only use the coupon once, but for up to six passengers traveling on the same flight). If you are planning to fly on American Airlines before the end of December and, this will make purchasing the book more than worth it! You do have to book your flight on AA.com in order to use the code.

There are also $5 off $50 Tom Thumb coupons that you can use every few months if you spend $50 after coupons. I rarely spend that much at any grocery store anymore, but I have managed to use one of my Tom Thumb Entertainment Book coupons this year. Here’s a breakdown of what’s included in the DFW version:

Filled with over $23,500 in Savings
– 384 Dining Discounts
– 136 Attraction Discounts
– 247 Shopping Discounts & More!

This offer expires February 28, 2009.




5 Responses to “2009 Entertainment Passbook for $1.25!”

  1. February 20th, 2009 at 3:05 am

    Janna Johnson says:

    Awesome find!!! Thanks so much!!!!!!

    http://www.feedyourpigblog.com


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  2. February 20th, 2009 at 3:31 am

    Janna Johnson says:

    I signed up! Great find really. I love entertainment books.


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  3. February 20th, 2009 at 6:57 am

    Jenn says:

    I just wanted to add that I did this back in December, but didn’t get reimbursed until a couple of weeks ago – the company needs to have a safeguard in place so people don’t just turn around and return them and keep the extra money! Makes sense, but I had to find this out through customer service because I thought I was going to get my money back sooner!
    Jenn


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  4. February 20th, 2009 at 9:20 am

    admin says:

    Thanks for letting us know, Jenn. The site says they pay out on the 20th of the month, so I would hope they would allow people to cash out on the 20th of March. When in December did you purchase yours?

    Susan

    UPDATE: I emailed Jenn directly about her experience and she said she was told it would take three months to allow for returns. I didn’t see this on the site anywhere, but will look again. Jenn reported that after calling, she got her money in early February. So if you don’t get your money on or shortly after March 20, you should call and inquire to see if you can expedite it.


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  5. February 21st, 2009 at 7:51 pm

    Janna Johnson says:

    I saw the 3 mnth rule in the fine print. Still worth the wait I think because the book is good all year. Thanks as always.


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