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Shopping Deals Around Town

Frugal Family features five great deals to fit the family budget each week. This week's deals feature free gardening gloves, childcare and more!

It’s no secret that money and time are tight these days, which is why Frugal Family is dedicated to finding you five great local deals each week.  From day-to-day needs to home services to special occasions, we’ve got you covered.

This week, Frugal Family sought out deals on sporting goods, gardening supplies, flowers, child care and dining out.

If any of these specials catch your eye, feel free to share this column with your family and friends.  If you uncover another great deal, tell us about it in the comments below.

Frugal Tip: Coupons usually run on a six week cycle.  If something you buy often has coupons, you can try to wait for the new coupons to run.  This can also help with waiting and finding sales to use coupons for even more savings!

Remember to check with the merchant for additional conditions:

1.    DICK’S SPORTING GOODS 1020 W. Port Washington Rd., Grafton.
Deal: $10 off purchase of $50 or more with coupon.
Good through: May 31.

2.  OZAUKEE ACE HARDWARE 1818 Wisconsin Ave., Grafton.
Deal: Free pair of women’s leather gardening gloves after mail-in rebate.
Good through: May 9.

3.   810 E. Green Ave., Saukville.
Deal: Variety of flower bouquets between $9 and $25 for Mother’s Day.
Good through: May 8.

4.  LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE INC. 7025 Pleasnt Valley Rd., Grafton.
Deal: Up to two weeks of free child care for new familes with coupon.
Good through: Must enroll and present coupon by June 9.

5.  LA CHIMNEA 150 S. Foster Dr., Saukville.
Deal: Buy one entree and two drinks; get second entree free with coupon.
Good through: May 31.

carolmott May 07, 2011 at 05:57 AM
As someone who regularly uses printable coupons or "Printapons" I think that the show Extreme couponing was not a true reading of how the regular shopper uses coupons. It appears to have been frightening to someone who does not use coupons at all

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