*UPDATED* 2012 Entertainment Books Now Available with New Mobile App + Key Tag + 15% Off and Free Shipping (9/15 Only)

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**Update: Today only (9/15), you can get the 2012 Entertainment Book for 15% off + free shipping through Entertainment.com. Retail price for most books is $35, so that brings your total to $29.75 + free shipping. They must have read the blog post and discovered how much our readers wanted a deal. :)

The 2012 Entertainment Books are now available!

If you’re unfamiliar with the Entertainment Book, it is a thick book jam-packed with money-saving coupons – usually ones that are harder to come by, including coupons for local restaurants, movie theaters, car washes and retail stores. You can preview the coupons included in each city’s Entertainment Book by visiting Entertainment.com and entering the zipcode or city and state.

A couple of changes to the Entertainment Book have made them more mobile-friendly. First, there is now a companion mobile app for Android, Blackberry and iPhone that allows you to search and find savings near you (you’ll still need to use the paper coupon from the book for many of these offers). In addition, the new books include a key tag that you can use  at select merchants instead of a paper coupon.

We’ll see these start to go on sale after Thanksgiving and around Christmas, but if you want to purchase one now, the coupons in the new books are good right now and are valid through 11/1/2012.

Your turn: Which of the new Entertainment Book features are you most looking forward to?


  1. Therese S. says

    I've bought Entertainment Books as Christmas gifts for frinds and family who live in other states (if you order online, you can purchase Entertainment Books for other cities…like Detroit and NYC)

    Great for college students!!!

  2. melanie says

    If you are going to spend $30 on the book you might as well ask anyone you know with kids, in school, if they are selling them. I know that my daughter's school sells them as a fundraiser and have heard from moms at other schools that they are doing the same.

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