DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – CBS 11 News viewers save big with Steals & Deals. Each week, viewers have an opportunity to learn about products being offered at huge discounts. CBSDFW.COM will showcase these deals, with discounts valid for up to a week.
This week in Steals & Deals, great ideas to help break summer boredom.
The first deal is to get you out of the heat and having fun. Bowl & Barrel is boutique bowling at its best. They are offering a deal you can’t beat, too. Starting Monday, June 30 through Friday, July 4, bowling during the hours of 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. will only be $10.00 per hour for CBS 11 News viewers. That’s a savings of $20.00 per hour. Simply tell them you saw the $10 special on CBS 11 Steals & Deals.
The next deal also keeps you cool while watching the hottest movies. At Studio Movie Grill, enjoy great food while watching first-run films. This weekend is a big weekend at the box office. “Transformers: Age of Extinction” opens on Friday and, through Steals & Deals, CBS 11 News viewers can see this movie and all first-run movies for just $5.00. But that’s not the only deal that Studio Movie Grill is offering. Enjoy the Children’s Summer Series every weekday at 11:00 a.m. Take the kids out of the heat and watch some of their favorite movies from the past for only $2.00. Plus, every Wednesday they have special programing and it’s only $2.00 per movie. There’s something for everyone!
To redeem the $5.00 movie ticket, you must purchase your tickets online (click here to buy tickets) and use promotion code SMG2014.
Our last deal will have you taking pictures like a pro.
CBSDFW.COM also helps you wade through the circular deals. Quickly go through the different flyers and find the best deals with CBS Local Offers Circulars.
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