50% off the Entertainment Book

50% off the Entertainment Book
And by clicking through the link above, you not only get 50% off the price of the Entertainment book, but you also get $10 OFF and a Free $25 Restaurant Certificate.
This year, we’ve moved this great promotion up in the calendar so customers can save even more! Starting March 1st, All Entertainment Books will be 50% off the retail price!.
So the book that saves you up to 50% off and has valuable 2-for-1 offers on dining, events, and groceries is NOW half-off its own price. Get a relief this tax season by saving with the Entertainment Book.
50% off the Entertainment Book


History of the Entertainment Book
The Entertainment success story began in 1962 when Hughes and Sheila Potiker, a suburban Detroit couple, developed a local coupon book offering discounts on sports, leisure activities and vacations. The next year, restaurants and other categories were added. Since then, Entertainment has expanded its product lines and now serves over 150 major markets throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico and has international licensees in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Asia. To date, nearly 100 million books have been sold! In 2003, The company was purchased by IAC/InterActive Corp.
Valuable Offers from High-Profile Merchants
One of Entertainment’s key assets is a proprietary coupon database of nearly 65,000 local merchants that offer “2-for-1,” 50% off and other valuable discounts appearing in the company’s savings books, online savings subscription (on entertainment.com), custom discount programs and on various affiliate partner Web sites. Entertainment’s success is based on consistently attracting high-profile merchants, from the very best local proprietors to the most popular regional, national and online businesses.
50% off the Entertainment Book

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