July is National Hot Dog Month, per the highly esteemed National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, and general consensus has declared 7/18 as National Hot Dog Day. Many retailers are offering hot dog deals on this most wonderful holiday, as well as all month long. What does this great amount of Hot Dog celebration mean for you? A whole lot of dogs, baby.
7-Eleven Day is one of our favorite fake holidays, because what could be better than a free Slurpee during a summer heatwave?
On Tuesday June 26, 2018, all you need to do to get to Starbucks Gold Level is buy something using your Starbucks card or through the Starbucks app.
You’ve waited patiently and it’s finally here – spring! The birds are chirping louder, you can start to feel the sun again, and you’ve gone outside at least a few times not dressed like Randy from A Christmas Story. So what does that mean shopping-wise? Check out our list below for March’s best buying bets.
Don't those rotisserie chickens from the deli always look amazing? I always think so, but I wondered, is it really a good value? Just how far could I make it stretch? And would I be completely sick and tired of chicken by the end?
When Starbucks announced the impending arrival of the S'mores Frappuccino on April 28th, my heart skipped a beat. I've held a small grudge against Starbucks since they pulled my beloved mocha coconut frappuccino off the menu a few years ago. Now they are poised to make it up to me. Well played, Starbucks.
Check back later for National Coffee Day freebies and deals!
Yesterday Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz sent a letter to employees saying Starbucks wants to help us all come together during uncertain times. The letter, available on the Starbucks Newsroom, tells employees that from today (Oct 9) through Friday if a customer buys another customer a drink, the store will give them a free tall brewed coffee. How's that for some good karma?
In the letter Schultz talks about the importance of Starbucks being a place of comfort and respite for customers. He explains this deal as an attempt to help people come together at a time when consumer confidence is low, and fears are high as we continue the government shutdown and face the looming debt ceiling.
Let's face it, Groupon and Living Social have hypnotized us with fantastic daily deals since their debut a few years ago. These deal of the day websites have a talent for making anything, from a spa pedicure to sky-diving, enticing and affordable. But when it comes to your sushi craving or pizza night, daily deal websites like Living Social, Groupon, and Amazon Local miss the mark.