CBS 11 News viewers save big with Steals & Deals. Each week during CBS 11 News, 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’s Steals & Deals is all about Spring Break savings.
TopGolf is the premier entertainment complex. Whether you’re a professional golfer or a sever year old, it’s fun for everyone. Next week for Spring Break you can golf from open until Noon for just $10 per hour, per bay. Normal price $20 per hour.
For the young explorers head to McKinney to the Heard Natural Science Museum. Kids can explore the 289 acre wildlife sanctuary and visit the natural science museum. Plus, during spring break on Tuesday and Thursday at 1:00 p.m. you can meet the animal ambassadors. Children 12 years and younger will receive $2 off regular admission Monday through Friday. It’s an education experience with big savings.
Finally for the tennis lover. The Irving Tennis Classic is a seven day tournament with the sports most promising talents competing. Purchase two court-side tickets, plus a parking pass. Choose which days of the tournament you want to attend and save or get a 6-day pass and see it all.
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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