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Halloween is just two days away. According to the National Retail Federation, nearly a quarter (24.6 percent) of consumers like to put off Halloween shopping until the last minute.
Fear not, procrastinators: there's still time to grab get-ups and goodies for less. Let CouponSherpa.com navigate you through the scary mark-ups with the latest Halloween coupons, and save on everything from crafts to costumes to restaurants.
1. Babies 'R Us
Take 50 percent off Halloween costumes through Oct. 30 (no coupon required).
Get 50 percent off one regular-priced item through Nov. 1 with this coupon.
3. Spirit Halloween
Take 20 percent off one item through Oct. 31 with online or printable coupon.
Buy select Halloween toys, treats and apparel, and get $5 off your pet's next bath or full groom through Oct. 31 with printable coupon.
5. Krispy Kreme
Wear your costume to participating locations of Krispy Kreme on Oct. 31 and get a free doughnut (no coupon required).
6. Party City
Take $10 off your purchase of $60 or more through Nov. 2 with promo code or printable coupon.
Get a free Halloween treat through Oct. 31 (no purchase necessary).
8. Baskin Robbins
Save $3 on your ice cream cake purchase through Oct. 31 with printable coupon.
9. Jo-Ann Fabric
Save 30 percent on one regular-priced purchase through Nov. 1 with this coupon code, or use the mobile or printable offer for in-store redemption.
10. Auntie Anne's
Enjoy a free Signature Pretzel with purchase of any pretzel through Oct. 31 with printable or mobile coupon.
11. Hancock Fabrics
Save 50 percent on one regular-priced fabric item through Nov. 1 with printable coupon or promo code.
12. Morton's Steakhouse
Enjoy a four-course meal for just $35 when you order from a special menu through Oct. 31 (at participating locations).
Purchase a Hallmark card and get a Super-size Halloween Lollipop for 99 cents (regularly $2.95) through Oct. 31.
Arizona is well known for its Western heritage but it can be easy to get lost in suburbia and urban life as we go about our day-to-day routines. Sometimes it can be rewarding to put on your boots, let your hair down, and kick back. But don’t take my word for it. Check out these five family-friendly places where you and your kin can experience the Old West and get in touch with Arizona’s wild West side.
A restaurant is damaged after a fire early Tuesday morning in Chandler.
Great Play of Chandler
2855 W. Ray Road
(480) 726-7529 or Greatplay.com/locations/chandler
Great Play of Chandler’s unique gym for kids provides an indoor landscape of interactive games and features that allows children to have fun while helping them develop their motors skills. In one such activity, children can learn to throw and hone their hand-eye coordination by tossing a ball to “break” virtual bottles. Great Play offers structured skill classes divided by age group, and it also has open-gym times several times each week.
745 E. Germann Road
(480) 782-2900 or ChandlerAZ.gov/tumbleweed
Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse
5700 W. North Loop Road
(480) 502-5600 or WildhorsePass.com/rawhide.html
When East Valley residents are looking for a brief getaway to decompress and escape the sweltering summer heat, they usually turn their eyes northward to the cooler climes of Prescott, Flagstaff or the Mogollon Rim. However, they’re doing themselves a disservice if they chose to ignore our neighbor to the south.
Staycations are fashionable these days, but shelling out cash to stay in a hotel 30-60 minutes from the comforts of home has always seemed a bit silly to us. Thanks to these five Arizona hotels, our opinion of the recession era’s take on vacations might be changing.
GRAND CANYON — The drive to the Grand Canyon's South Rim is easy enough. Get to Flagstaff and it's only about 90 miles (145 kilometers) across Arizona's high country.
BEST PLACE TO SHOP
2218 E. Williams Field Road
(480) 282-9500 or ShopSanTanVillage.com
This pleasant outdoor mall not only offers the regular line-up of department stores, clothing, decor and shoe options — it also boasts an Apple Store, a two-story Barnes and Noble (escalator rides, anyone?), Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Total Wine and More. During the summer months, you’ll find families with young children enjoying the splash pad in the Children’s Play Area in front of Dillard’s, while hungry shoppers chow down on a plethora of eating options year-round, including The Keg Steakhouse & Bar, Blue Wasabi Sushi & Martini Bar, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria and Brio Tuscan Grille.
Crossroads Towne Center
3757 S. Gilbert Road
(602) 866-0900 or ShopCrossRoadsTC.com
Downtown Gilbert/Heritage District
Gilbert Road between Elliot and Guadalupe
(480) 503-6000 or VisitGilbert.net
The Keg Steakhouse & Bar
2240 E. Williams Field Road
(480) 821-1500 or KegSteakhouse.com
Perusing The Keg Steakhouse & Bar’s menu offers an indication as to why it took first in best steakhouse: The restaurant is loaded with sirloin, prime rib, New York sirloins and cuts like filet mignon and prime rib. Get one to pair with salad, seafood, soup, dessert and even fine-dining selections like escargot and baked brie.
5086 S. Power Road, (480) 988-1414 and 3961 S. Gilbert Road, (480) 726-7427
2687 S. Market St.
(480) 782-7504 or Outback.com
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NEW YORK — Times Square is a lot of things — a sensory-overload, horribly crowded, eye-popping and deeply exciting. One thing it has never seemed to be is a place to go for food.
This May 21, 2014 photo shows the exterior of Bond 45 Restaurant in New York. The cavernous Italian steakhouse has chops, pizzas and pastas and a massive antipasto bar at the entrance to the dark-stained paneled space. Some may say it is overpriced _ the meat lasagna comes with a $27 price tag _ but it remains such a go-to for well-heeled theater diners that it made a cameo in the TV series “Smash.” (AP Photo/Mark Kennedy)
Arizona Restaurant Week, the twice-yearly span when a gamut of restaurants offer prix-fixe dinner menus for $30-$40, is back.
Sunshine Acres Children’s Home recently received $8,000 courtesy of eight area Olive Garden restaurants.
When the weather heats up, our thoughts to turn to cool, fruity concoctions fitting for pool season. Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse reads our minds with its refreshing Kiwi Twister, which, coincidentally, pairs will with this weekend’s Mother’s Day menus and festivities. The blend of vodkas, Chambord and orange juice costs $12.95, or $7 during happy hour. Here’s how to shake one up at home:
A longtime favorite seasonal destination has decided to keep its doors open through the hottest months of the year.
Easter is this coming Sunday, April 20, and there are tons of Easter egg hunts happening all over the East Valley all weekend. These five hunts have free admission, but some do have parking or additional activity fees.
1605 S. Stapley Drive
(480) 539-0240 or texasroadhouse.com
If you want a reliable and affordable steakhouse experience, it’s Texas Roadhouse for dinner. In their comfortable dining room, you’ll find a stick-to-your ribs menu full of chicken, pork, seafood and steak — hand-cut daily — along with melt-in-your-mouth rolls, down-home sides and generous desserts.
1650 S. Clearview Ave., (480) 654-0804, or 1860 E. McKellips Road, (480) 615-7667
1623 S. Stapley Drive
(480) 635-9500 or ehsrg.com/Charlestons
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Nobody represents the heart and soul of Chicago quite like “Da Coach.”
Allison is the owner of Allison’s Texas Barbecue, 6750 E. Main St., Mesa
A brand-new food festival is bringing more than good eats to town; Mike Ditka, NFL Hall of Famer and former coach of the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints, will make an exclusive appearance Sunday, Feb. 9, at the first ever Taste In Tempe.
Executive Chef Admir Alibasic, of Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse in Old Town Scottsdale, shares the cool and tasty Candy Cane Blitz-tini. The invigorating, cocktail costs $12.95 (or $7.95 during happy hour) — or you can whip one up at home for holiday guests.
This undated image released by Four Seasons Vail shows the That's Just Wrong Dog at Flame, the steakhouse at the Four Seasons Vail, in Vail Colo. The dish consists of a Kobe beef hot dog wrapped in house-cured maple bacon with blue cheese coleslaw and heirloom tomato ketchup. It’s one of a number of yummy comfort foods at ski resorts this season. (AP Photo/Four Seasons Vail)
To many teenagers, homecoming has become an expected part of their high school experience. But one group of Corona del Sol High School students received a special invitation to their first homecoming dance just this year.