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[Entertainment] 2020 Entertainment Coupon Book $6 USD + free shipping (no auto renewal)

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[Entertainment] 2020 Entertainment Coupon Book $6 USD + free shipping (no auto renewal)

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Not sure how much use you will get out of it for this year.
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Have you or anyone else purchased this in the past? It seems very easy to recover the initial $6 purchase, but I am wonder how useful and unrestricted the coupons actually are
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Fluid wrote: Have you or anyone else purchased this in the past? It seems very easy to recover the initial $6 purchase, but I am wonder how useful and unrestricted the coupons actually are

I have never bought it before, but I heard in the past when it was on for $14.99 if you used it twice it basically paid for itself.
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Fluid wrote: Have you or anyone else purchased this in the past? It seems very easy to recover the initial $6 purchase, but I am wonder how useful and unrestricted the coupons actually are
Only restricted by the virus for now . And whatever might open in the coming months
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Not worth it this year. I would wait
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Fluid wrote: Have you or anyone else purchased this in the past? It seems very easy to recover the initial $6 purchase, but I am wonder how useful and unrestricted the coupons actually are
Well worth it imo. A lot of 2 for 1 offers, usually worth around $5+ each. Fair amount of popular businesses are on it, and they dont often give you a hard time to redeem the coupons.
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Thanks OP. Downloaded it . Seems pretty decent deals in Downtown toronto
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Everyone know Entertainment books have lost their appeal to many. Lots of the good restaurants that used to be in the book no longer participate. The book has gotten thinner and thinner over the years.

Coupon selection has dwindled and some are not even BOGO coupons anymore but rather only BOGO 50% off.

I remember the good old days where I would do a group buy of around 30 books because my coworkers wanted them and we would trade since ppl lived in different cities. I would also sell them online as there was a large demand. Nowadays, ppl rarely talk about this book esp with companies like Groupon, etc.
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Parrajara wrote: Well worth it imo. A lot of 2 for 1 offers, usually worth around $5+ each. Fair amount of popular businesses are on it, and they dont often give you a hard time to redeem the coupons.
I disagree. I had it last year and had a hard time with many of the merchants near me, claiming that they weren't consulted on for for those coupons and didn't accept them.
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henrik112 wrote: I disagree. I had it last year and had a hard time with many of the merchants near me, claiming that they weren't consulted on for for those coupons and didn't accept them.
Did you try speaking with the providers in that case? What was their response?
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pratsaw wrote: Did you try speaking with the providers in that case? What was their response?
Most of the merchants said "Contact the coupon book company, Entertainment, and let them know we won't accept their coupons". I emailed Entertainment to let them know, and they couldn't really address the problem for this year (which makes sense given the book is already out), but they'll look into it for next year. They wouldn't give me a refund, so even at this price I'm not sure if it'll be worth getting it if no place close to me accepts the coupons.
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henrik112 wrote: Most of the merchants said "Contact the coupon book company, Entertainment, and let them know we won't accept their coupons". I emailed Entertainment to let them know, and they couldn't really address the problem for this year (which makes sense given the book is already out), but they'll look into it for next year. They wouldn't give me a refund, so even at this price I'm not sure if it'll be worth getting it if no place close to me accepts the coupons.
Strange they would not be able to refund if the coupons aren't accepted. I am looking at it this way - even if I am able to recover the $6 I put in, it's fair.

Anything above that is pure profit :)
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Agreed that it may not really be worth it for this year, given the current situation, plus there is undoubtedly going to be many places that are going to be closing afterwards from the financial fallout.

Also note that if you have a Fido account, you can get 2 of these coupons per month free through Fido Xtra.
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These have been garbage for years
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Maybe next years book might be a buy?
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henrik112 wrote: I disagree. I had it last year and had a hard time with many of the merchants near me, claiming that they weren't consulted on for for those coupons and didn't accept them.
Yeah I heard a lot of companies were having trouble getting their coupons removed, I don’t see a point of these books anymore if you risk ruining an outing when they reject it. For those that do get it I’d call ahead to make sure each place still takes it.
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Itscalledathrowawayy wrote: How does this site work? Keeps directing me to some monthly subscription service
Are you sure it's monthly? When I clicked to buy, it shows "Book Membership" $9

I think it's just confusing calling it a membership.
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henrik112 wrote: I disagree. I had it last year and had a hard time with many of the merchants near me, claiming that they weren't consulted on for for those coupons and didn't accept them.
I guess YMMV. I believe I used Marble slab, dairy queen and cineplex coupons with no issue. Sure I can go go groupon and other places for discounts, but in this book there are deals that I cant seem to find elsewhere. For $6 I'm not expecting the 50% of vacation packages to work.
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It says "Digital entertainment annual membership" $19.99 annually or $2.99 monthly.

Not going to bother with this any longer though

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