Not a big fan of the whole save-money-by-spending-money-at-places-you'd-never-otherwise-go! concept.
"Enjoy one FREE collard greens appetizer when you purchase a collard greens appetizer of equal or lesser value at Ye Olde Antebellum Steake House. (And be waited on by ACTUAL slaves.)"
Whatever. It's for THE CHILDREN. I know. I wrote my check.
But I refuse to sell these books to my friends and extended family. (Namely because my friends are all trying to sell them too and my extended family is not that into bowling. There are sixteen bowling coupons in this book. If you like bowling, this is the book for you. But obviously you don't, or the bowling alleys wouldn't be slobbering all over themselves to give you free coupons.)
So bowling and meat, basically. There are probably a thousand hamburgers and sausage biscuits in your future if you buy a City Saver. The book should have a buy-one-get-one triple bypass coupon. (Surgeons take note for next year.)
But meat's not all!
You can also get a three-month complimentary MAILBOX rental at the UPS store (with 12 month rental agreement), because HOT DANG as a mom and a woman you can never have too many mailboxes. They're like shoes, really. Except you put mail in them. Instead of your feet.
You can enjoy $5 off 18 holes of The Most Boring Game in the God Damn Universe, in any Tennessee city you've never heard of, and get a complimentary order of hot wings (MEAT!) at a Sports Bar in A Mall after!
Or! Half off the purchase of two tickets to the Nashville Opera. Which. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha COME ON.
And then there are the pizza offers. Get one free medium cheese pizza with purchase of any Super Deluxe Ham Cadillac & Gorgonzola Cranberry Pizza*.
I know I sound like a jerk and that you personally have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars with your City Saver Book. I know.
But hating this book is one of the few pleasures it affords me.