CBS 11 viewers save big with Steals & Deals. Each week during CBS 11 News viewers have the opportunity to learn about products being offered at huge discounts.  CBSDFW.COM will showcase three deals, with discounts valid for up to a week.

This week in “Steals and Deals” we are saving you money on items for the big game and a big getaway.


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Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort Cancun Mexico

Regular Price:  $1117  Steals and Deals Price:  $789

Deal includes:
Four nights and five days
Ocean view room
All Inclusive
All Food
All Drinks
Round trip transfer
$500 Airfare credit
$750 Resort credit to be used for excursions, spa, fine wines and more.
BONUS: $50 Hotel Gift Card good for a 2 night stay
Travel is good from May 1, 2014 through October 31, 2014.  No restrictions

To book your vacation email: Grant.merz@travelopportunitiesllc.com or call 469-243-1433.
Use the code: CBS 11


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Loom Bands

The Rainbow Loom was one of the most popular Holiday gifts this year.

Here’s replacement bands at a discount.
600 Loom Bands, 25 clips and a loom tool.  Normal price: $40, Steals and Deals price: $8.00

Click Here For The 60-Percent Off Special


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(credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

(credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

For a last minute deal for Super Bowl, Target has game day deals on TV’s and snacks for the big game.

Click Here To Check Out The Big Game Circular


CBSDFW.COM now helps you wade through the circular deals as well. Quickly go through the different flyers and find the best deals with CBS Local Offers Circulars.

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