Alibideals unleashed itself on Twitter today with the low-down on free Whataburgers tomorrow (Tuesday, August 3). Follow us for timely alerts about free stuff and astounding bargains and your life will be fun again.
Blake’s Lotaburger opened their first location on July 9, 1952. Now, 58 years later, you can enjoy a free Lotaburger Combo. Sounds like a good reason to take the day off work.
This week, Alibi Bucks features three great restaurants at half-price:
Cafe Green is a welcome addition to our Bucks inventory. You simply must try the fried green beans! Plus, they have live music. $10 certificates for only $5.
Pizza 9 has really (honestly) fantastic Chicago-style pizza, with a thick but indescribably crispy, delicious crust. Their Chicago-style beef sandwiches are awesome as well (I get mine with cheese). $10 certificates for only $5.
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Do you want to see Minus the Bear at the Sunshine tonight? Tell me why in a comment to this blog. The first three will go on the guest list (+1, so you can bring a friend). I’ll tell you where to send your real name, so you don’t have to put it on the site. On your mark, get set, go.
Alibi Bucks is the most clicked-on section of our weekly newsletter, and every week we add new Alibi Bucks for all you bargain hunters. Here’s what’s new:
Scooter Roo: If you’re thinking about buying a scooter, get a certificate worth $100 off at Scooter Roo for only $50.
Merle Norman Skin Care: Look younger, be beautiful and give your pocketbook a break with half-priced certificates from Merle Norman.
Central Deli: There are giant, fresh, delicious sandwiches at 411 Central NW (the former Relish spot). Get a $10 certificate for $5 and try a Cubano!
Pampered Petals: Fresh flowers for the ones you love! $50 certificates are only $25.
Planet Beach Contempo Spa: Soak up a luxurious spa experience at Planet Beach. $50 certificates for just $25.
Have you filed your taxes yet? Time’s up, yo. A number of companies around the country are giving away free stuff to ease the pain of having to pay your taxes. (Although my taxes actually went down this year—despite what those troublemaking teabaggers said.)
Turns out there are plenty of merchants here in Albuquerque taking part in Tax Day giveaways. P.F. Chang’s China Bistro is giving 15 percent off dine-in or carry-out. Boston Market is offering buy one dinner get a second one free with a coupon off the restaurant’s Web site. Cinnabon is adding cupcakes to its menu, and you’re invited to pick up bite-sized samples at mall locations between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. today. Starbucks will fill up your cup for free if you bring in a travel mug today. (The chain is encouraging customers to go green and dump the paper cups.) Subway has a buy one sub, get one free offer. McDonald’s has free iced coffee with any purchase. Staples will make free copies (up to 20 pages) of your tax documents. El Pollo Loco will hand over a free Taco Al Carbon with any drink purchase, if you bring in a coupon.
Keep in mind, some stores are individually owned and may not be participating in special promotions like these. If you hear of any others, though, let us know!
I was perusing Planned Parenthood New Mexico’s Facespace page looking for updates on the Good Friday abortion protests when I noticed PPNM is offering a deal. For all of April, office visits for sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing are half off. It’s part of MTV’s GYT (Get Yourself Talking, Get Yourself Tested) campaign. Seriously, can we get some more acronyms around here?
To good sex and good health!