Giveaway: win Papa Murphy’s Jack O’Pizzas for you and a friend!

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It’s that time of year again – when Papa Murphy’s rolls out the Jack O’Pizza for Halloween! It is a large Jack O’Lantern shaped cheese pizza with a pepperoni smile and olive eyes. They are $8 for a Large and $10 for a Family size and you can add their “spooky dough” for $3, now through Halloween.

This has become a tradition for my family, and we are so excited about ordering our Jack O’Pizza!

Note: Papa Murphy’s is encouraging customers to order/pick up a day in advance, because Halloween falls on a Friday this year and they expect to be VERY busy. So don’t wait until the last minute!

Giveaway:

The lovely folks at Papa Murphy’s would like to give a coupon for a FREE Jack O’Pizza, plus one to give to a friend, to TEN winners!

Here’s how to enter to win free pizza:

Required Entry:

To enter to win, just leave a comment below letting me what your favorite pizza is at Papa Murphy’s. If you’ve never eaten Papa Murphy’s pizza, check out their menu here to see what they offer!

That’s it! (If you came here from Facebook/Twitter make sure you’re on thriftychristy.com to leave your comment.)

Additional Optional Entries:

You can do each of the following things for an additional entry in the giveaway. You can only do each of these once, for a possible total of 6 entries.

Please leave a separate comment for each method of entry. If you only leave one comment then you only have one entry, as each comment is numbered and I randomly choose a number. Make sense?

This giveaway ends at midnight EST on Tuesday, October 21. I will choose ten winners on Wednesday, October 22 using random.org and will contact them via email.

Thanks to Papa Murphy’s for providing me with a  pizza for my family plus additional coupons for giveaway purposes. Giveaway open to local readers only. Coupons will be sent to the winners via US Mail, and I cannot be held responsible for any loss or delivery delay on the part of the mail. All opinions in this post are solely my own.

 

38 comments October 18, 2014

Kroger Trick or Treat’em Challenge: get coupons plus a chance to win a $250 gc!

Sign up for the Kroger Trick or Treat’em Challenge for a chance to win a $250 Kroger gift card, as well as the opportunity to get valuable coupons! Just click on the photo above to get started.

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2 comments October 15, 2014

Tom’s Surprise Sale: Up to 50% off + Free Shipping

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Tom’s is having a Surprise Sale where you’ll find deals on Tom’s Shoes for 45% off! You can also use the coupon code SURPRISEGIFT to take an extra 5%!

Just head over to the Tom’s Surprise Sale site and enter your email to gain access. You’ll find shoes like their Campus Classics marked down to $26.40. All orders over $25 ship free!

Thanks, Money Saving Mom!

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Review and discount: Unwrapping the Greatest Gift: A Family Celebration of Christmas, by Ann Voskamp

I recently had the chance to read Unwrapping the Greatest Gift: A Family Celebration of Christmas, by Ann Voskamp. This book was published on October 3, by Tyndale House.

About this book (from the back cover):

Based on the overwhelming success of The Greatest Gift, Ann Voskamp has expanded her presentation of the timeless Advent tradition of the Jesse Tree so families can celebrate together. Each day, families can read the provided Scripture passage (in connection with the original book), engage with a specially written devotion to help children of all ages understand the Advent theme for the day, and participate in suggested activities to apply the theme.

This special edition is beautifully illustrated. It can serve as a precious guide to help recapture the sacredness of the Advent season and to help the entire family understand and celebrate the epic pageantry of humankind from Adam to the Messiah.

Final Verdict:

My family has done a Jesse Tree at Christmastime for a number of years now, and it’s a tradition that makes our holidays special. In years past, since my kids were small, I’ve taken devotional readings and craft activities from Truth in the Tinsel: An Advent Experience for Little Hands, by Amanda White. I have also pulled passages out of Ann Voskamp’s Jesse Tree Journey devotional, but it always seemed like it might be better for children who were a bit older, as well as adults. This year, since my girls are older, we’re going to use Voskamp’s devotionals more, taking them from her GORGEOUS new book, Unwrapping the Greatest Gift: A Family Celebration of Christmas. In the past when reading Voskamp’s Jesse Tree passages I accessed them via a PDF printed from her website (no longer available), but this year, this book takes the place of the tattered pages from my printer. Each day’s reading details the story of an event or person in the Old and New Testaments, leading up to the Nativity. My girls already love the beautiful illustrations in this book, and while in the past we’ve colored these free Jesse Tree ornaments (which are great!), this book includes a free download of Voskamp’s lovely cut paper ornaments, which we will be using. (Example in photo below.) After reading each day’s selection, my girls decorate their Jesse Tree ornament and hang it on our little tree. It’s a fun project that helps everyone keep Christ at the center of our holiday season. I highly recommend this book for anyone who is interested in starting or continuing a Jesse Tree tradition with their family.

PLUS, this book is currently #1 in the Christmas category on Amazon, and right now it’s $10 off!

If you’d like to check out Unwrapping the Greatest Gift: A Family Celebration of Christmas it is currently on sale for $14.99 for the hardcover version. (Regularly $24.99.) Remember, Amazon’s prices can change at any time.

The featured product for this review was provided to me at no cost by Tyndale House. All opinions expressed are my own. If you’d like to sign up to receive review copies from Tyndale House, visit the Tyndale Blog Network site.

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Add comment October 15, 2014

Get lunch for $5 at Olive Garden this week, with coupon!

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Are you an Olive Garden fan? Through this Friday, October 17th you can print a coupon valid for a $5 Unlimited Soup, Salad and Breadsticks Lunch at your local Olive Garden! Limit of one coupon per visit, per table; lunch ends at 4 p.m. This offer is good for dine-in only.

I found out about this deal via Olive Garden’s email list; if you’d like to receive coupons and deals from Olive Garden you can sign up for their eClub here!

Add comment October 14, 2014

Review and Kindle sale: Surprise at Yorktown, by Marianne Hering (Imagination Station book #15)

I recently had the chance to read Surprise at Yorktown, by Marianne Hering (Imagination Station book #15). This fiction book will be published on October 18, by Tyndale House.

About this book (from the back cover):

Travel two centuries back in time to the final battle of the American Revolution at Yorktown, Virginia. Cousins Patrick and Beth sneak through trenches and race across battlefields to warn General George Washington about a dangerous spy. The spy is stealing his secret plans and giving them to the British. Cannons roar and the ground shakes as the struggle reaches a climax. Washington’s ragtag soldiers are up against the most powerful army in the world. Will Patrick and Beth witness the American Revolution come to an end? Or will they be caught in a dangerous trap they can’t escape?

Final Verdict:

My family was recently introduced to the Imagination Station series, and we’re big fans now! My daughters are 5 and 7, and since this series is recommended for ages 6 – 9 we’re right in the target demographic. We’ve been fans of the Magic Treehouse series for a while, and this series is much like that one, with two children traveling through time to complete quests and learn about history. This series presents everything through the lens of a Christian worldview, and we appreciate that. This isn’t a book adults are going to sit down and read without a 6-9-year-old involved, rather, the sentence structure is just right for kids to read alone. In my family I alternate reading pages with my 7-year-old. Surprise at Yorktown is the third book in a three-book grouping about the American Revolution. I would recommend reading book #13, The Redcoats Are Coming, and book #14, Captured on the High Seas, before this book, so you won’t be lost. This book does tie up the Revolutionary story arc, and the next book will be about Pompeii, so no cliffhangers here.
In addition, Imagination Station Book 1, Voyage with the Vikings, is fantastic (and often free for Kindle) so you may want to begin with that book so you’re familiar with the characters and the concept of the Imagination Station. Highly recommended for 6-9-year-olds!

If you’d like to check out Captured on the High Seas it is currently on sale for $3.82 for the Kindle version. (Regularly $4.99.) If you prefer a paperback copy, it’s currently on sale for $4.49. Remember, Amazon’s prices can change at any time.

The featured product for this review was provided to me at no cost by Tyndale House. All opinions expressed are my own. If you’d like to sign up to receive review copies from Tyndale House, visit the Tyndale Blog Network site.

Add comment October 14, 2014

Giveaway: win tickets to Disney On Ice Presents Princesses & Heroes November 5-9

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Anna and Elsa and the hilarious snowman Olaf from Disney’s Frozen now share their story of true love in Disney On Ice presents Princesses & Heroes Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt. The celebration is coming to the Knoxville Civic Coliseum November 5-9, 2014, and tickets are on sale now! Here’s the official show description:

Believing is just the beginning in this mesmerizing show where dreamers from Knoxville will witness the magic of eight Disney Princesses; Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Tiana, Jasmine, Aurora, and Snow White make their wishes come true in this collection of celebrated tales wonderfully told through artistic skating and acrobatics. With the help of the magical pixie Tinker Bell, the Disney Princesses embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Elsa, Anna and Olaf travel through a fantastical winter wonderland to learn true love conquers all. Then entering a world of wonder where heroes and hearts prevail, Jasmine discovers a whole new world with Aladdin after meeting her unlikely hero in the marketplace. Prince Philip defeats the evil fire-
breathing dragon Maleficent in a race to save his true love Aurora. Prince Eric breaks Ursula’s spell so that Ariel can remain part of his world. Watch in awe as the dreams of Rapunzel, Tiana, Cinderella, Belle and Snow White also come true in this beautifully imagined ice show.

If you’d like to go ahead and order tickets without waiting on a giveaway, you can do that here or by calling the box office at 865-656-4444. Tickets prices start at just $20!

The lovely folks at Feld Entertainment are allowing me to give some passes away to you! These passes can be exchanged for tickets at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum box office, and are good for all reserved seating tickets except for front row and VIP tickets on any date other than Saturday 11/8. This is the first of three giveaways. The winner of each giveaway will receive four passes.

Required Entry:

Leave a comment on this post and let me know if you’ve ever been to Disney on Ice. That’s it! (If you’re reading this on Facebook/Twitter hop on over to thriftychristy.com)

Additional Optional Entries:

You can do each of the following things for an additional entry in the giveaway. You can only do each of these once, for a possible total of 6 entries. Please leave a separate comment for each method of entry. If you only leave one comment then you only have one entry, as each comment is numbered and I randomly choose a number. Make sense?

This giveaway ends at midnight EST on Thursday, October 16. I will choose two winners on Friday, October 17 using random.org and will contact them via email. Giveaway open to US readers only. You must be 18 or older to enter.

Disclaimer: I received passes to Disney on Ice for my family plus additional passes from Feld Entertainment to give away to my readers. Passes will be sent to the winner via US Mail, and I cannot be held responsible for any loss or delivery delay on the part of the mail. Feld Entertainment and The Walt Disney company are neither sponsors nor endorsers of this promotion. All opinions are my own.

276 comments October 13, 2014

Oktoberfest at The Market: free entry for anyone in Leiderhosen

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This Thursday, October 16th The Market in Maryville will be hosting its 5th annual Oktoberfest party.  Tickets are $25 per adult and $10 kids, but if you happen to be fabulous to own Leiderhosen (and willing to wear them) you’ll receive free entry! Here are all the details, from The Market:

“This will be the perfect event to kick off the Fall Festival weekend.  Our Oktoberfest will feature live authentic German music, handmade Bratwurst and Keilbasa served with German PotatoSalad and sauerkraut.  The Market will have four different authentic Oktoberfest beers on tap as well as a unique cask of Paulaner! We will also feature Sprecher Black Bavarian as well as Samuel Adams Oktoberfest.  Be sure to compete in the Stein Hoisting competition for a chance to win some great prizes.  One price covers everything and spaces are limited, so be sure to call 865-977-8462 to get your name on the list.  Free entry to anyone dressed in Lederhosen.”

Add comment October 13, 2014

Pigeon Forge teacher event through October 12: free/discounted admission to LOTS of attractions!

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Through October 12, LOTS of attractions in Pigeon Forge are offering free or discounted admission to teachers & homeschool parents as part of a “field trip review event.” These include the Ripley’s attractions (including the Aquarium), The Tomb, The Track, and more! Reservations are requested 48 hours in advance unless otherwise noted, and valid teacher or homeschool ID required. All details are available on the image above (click to make it larger). What a fun way to spend Fall Break!

Add comment October 6, 2014

Free personal pan pizza for alumni of Pizza Hut’s “Book It” program

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Were you enrolled in Pizza Hut’s Book It program as a child? My brother and I were, and we loved getting our free pizzas each month. My girls are currently participating in the Book It program for homeschoolers, which they love! I honestly don’t use it as a reward for reading a certain amount of books (because in my opinion, reading is one of life’s pleasures, like ice cream, and you don’t need motivation to eat ice cream!) but rather for being a great reader in general.

Anyway, if you participated in Book It at any time in your life, you can now get a FREE Personal Pan Pizza coupon from Pizza Hut when you sign up at the BOOK IT! Alumni page. This offer is available for a limited time, and all info is on the website.

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