Kids Eat Free at Joe’s Crab Shack Through September 30

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Joe’s Crab Shack is offering a great kids eat free promotion through September 30th!  You can get up to 3 free kids meals with an adult entree purchase.  The best part?  Kids meals are available to kids 13 and under.  No coupon is required for this promotion. This is valid for dine in only and is not valid with any other promotion.

This is a very inexpensive way to treat your family to a dinner that may otherwise be out of your budget.  If you’re in Southwest Missouri, the nearest Joe’s Crab Shack location is at the Branson Landing.  For other areas, click here to view locations.

Here are a few sample prices* to help you plan ahead:

  • Homestyle Chicken Tenders: $12.49
  •  Joes Classic Steampot | tasty dungeness crab, sweet snow crab, boiled shrimp, and smoked sausage: $22.99

During this time, Joe’s Crab Shack will also be collecting donations for No Kid Hungry.  No Kid Hungry is an organization devoted to ensuring that no child has to worry about where their next meal comes from.  Each dollar donated can help provide up to 10 meals for a child in need.

To further encourage you, each donation will also get you a coupon to use on a future visit.  This coupon is redeemable from October 1st, 2015 through December 31st, 2015.

The coupon value is correlated to the donation amount, as shown below:

$2 donation = $5 off a $20 purchase
$5 donation = $10 off a $20 purchase
$10 donation = $20 off a $40 purchase

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I was compensated by Joe’s Crab Shack for this post.  All opinions expressed are my own. 

*Prices may vary by location.  We cannot guarantee the validity of the prices shown above.

2015 National Park Admission Days

National Park Free DAys

The National Parks system charges admission to over 130 of the parks. In 2015, the admission fees will be waived for the following dates:

  • January 19
    Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • February 14-16
    Presidents Day weekend
  • April 18-19
    opening weekend of National Park Week
  • August 25
    National Park Service Birthday
  • September 26
    National Public Lands Day
  • November 11
    Veterans Day

To learn more about the parks system or to locate a park near you click here: US National Parks

FREE Disney or Mario Kart Backpack!!! (Actually $1.60 moneymaker)

This HOT offer is back- with a different backpack selection!  You can score a Disney Arial, Fairies, or Mario Kart backpack for more than FREE at Kmart!  All you need to do is click here, search for Kmart, and follow the directions.  The backpacks are priced at just $10.39 but you’ll be reimbursed $12.

HURRY- this sold out in minutes the last time!!!!

*HOT* Frozen Backpack MONEY MAKER!!!

Wow!!! Here is an AMAZING offer from Top Cash Back.  This is valid TODAY only, while supplies last!  You can get a Frozen backpack for just $15.29 from Kmart.com, but you’ll receive $17.00 in cash back!  You’ll get a 2.5% bonus if you elect to receive your cash back in the form of an Amazon gift card, which brings your total cash back to $17.42.

Here’s how to get this deal:

You must be a new member of Top Cash Back.  Sign up here: Top Cash Back (If you’ve already signed up, your spouse can make an account).

Search for the Kmart.com Offers

Select the Frozen Backpack deal

Order as directed

*Note: This says you can even use your Shop Your Way rewards on it and still be eligible for cash back!

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Free Online Courses on Laura Ingalls Wilder and Ozarks History from Missouri State University

 

Missouri State University is offering a FREE online course featuring Laura Ingalls Wilder this fall.  This eight week course will begin on September 22nd and will outline her early years and writings.  There will be a second course featuring later works in early 2015.  To view more information, click here: Laura Ingalls Wilder: Exploring Her Work & Writing LifeFor this course, you will need access to several of the books.  The boxed set is available on Amazon right now for just $32.89!

Also available is Ozarks History: Examining An American Culture

I’ve taken a lot of courses in my lifetime and was just thinking how I was actually glad to be done with school.  I never thought I’d say that, as I love learning new things.  Some of my favorite courses were author specific, and Laura Ingalls Wilder is one of my favorites.  I live not far from where the books were written and have made several trips to the homestead and burial sites.  I am enrolled in this course and am SO excited about it!!!