Sunday, November 1, 2009

The Tulsa Slice of the Coupon Craze

Looking for coupons, discounts, deals and steals in Tulsa's indie scene this week? Try these on for size.

More than 170 Tulsa-area stores and restaurants. Buy gifts for your loved ones this holiday season with the Family & Children's Services Care Card. You get 20 percent off the things you need (and want) while giving $50 to F&CS clients in need. The Care Card is available for purchase at several of the participating shops and eateries (click here for a full list), or at the F&CS central office at 650 S. Peoria. Don't delay - that juicy discount is good only until Nov. 8.

Yokozuna. Get a small carafe of hot sake for $2 to celebrate the grand opening of the newest, decidedly swankiest addition to the Elliot Nelson empire of Blue Dome District eateries.

Car Trends. Get 10 percent off on any in-stock item excluding labor, sale items and special orders as found on the Tulsa People Web site.

Dog Dish. Get $5 off any $20 purchase at the friendliest pet store in the Farm Shopping Center at 51st and Sheridan with the coupon found on the Tulsa People Web site.

Emerge Medical Day Spa. 20 percent off any spa service at the home of that Emerge claims is Tulsa's only non-surgical face lift, as found on the Tulsa People Web site.

Desi Wok. Get a free appetizer with the purchase of any two adult entrees and two beverages at one of Tulsa's favorite Indian/Asian restaurants with the coupon on page 29 of the Oct. 29 edition of Urban Tulsa Weekly.

Utica Square. Between now and Nov. 26, go to to sign up to win one of three $100 Utica Square gift certificates. Winners will be notified right after Thanksgiving, just in time for holiday shopping.

Gardner's Used Books & Comics. Get 20 percent off your next purchase at this bookstore housing more than 2 million (yes, two million) books, CDs, DVDs, videos and gifts under $6.95 with the ad on page 61 of the Oct. 29 edition of Urban Tulsa Weekly.

Backwoods. Present the ad on page 41 of the November 2009 issue of Oklahoma Magazine to get 25 percent off any one item. The offer is good through Dec. 31, so it'd be a great way to snag a holiday gift for that loved one who loves the outdoors.

Southern Agriculture. Remember man's best friend this Christmas and use the coupon of page 55 of the November 2009 issue of Oklahoma Magazine to get $7 off any purchase of $25 or more.

The Crossing Wine & Spirits. Use the coupon on page 103 of the November 2009 issue of Oklahoma Magazine or on page 66 of the November 2009 issue of Tulsa People to get 10 percent off your next wine purchase.

Star Jewelers. Hoping for a different kind of ice storm this year, ladies? Leave this site open next time you leave the computer desk. Spend $150 at Star Jewelers between now and Dec. 22 and get your choice of a free gift, valued at $100.

Holiday Hints Coupons. Check back at from now until Christmas for special holiday coupons and values from TulsaPeople advertisers. Be sure to sign up for the TP Prize-A-Day Holiday Giveaway, too. When Tulsa People says the word "giveaway," they don't mean it in a casual sense. With a chance every 24 hours to win prizes like a $100 gift card from Moxie, a $300 Bungie High Back office chair from BCBC Modern and killer restaurant gift certificates, you might just get a not-so-little something extra under the tree for yourself this year.

What fantabulous Tulsa-specific deals did you come across this week?


Holly said...

Coupons are so awesome. I've recently become very obsessed with using them at any given opportunity. I went grocery shopping last week, and I was sporting a sneaky smile as the total amount went down with each coupon I presented. It was great. :-)

Jill of All Trades said...

I love coupons but I just can't remember to use them. Dumb me...Oh I love the pic of YokoZuno...we did the electrical on it. Ate there last week..YUM.

Tasha said...

Holly, to me, that little feeling of gratification I get at the grocery store cash register, like I'm sticking it to the man or something, has been the most enjoyable part about coupons for me. Of course, the feeling is different when I use them at local spots. Then I feel extra-super awesome that I can patronize Tulsa businesses without going over-budget. It's very important to us to be able to support local businesspeople in this way, and we're glad more and more of them are making it easier for us to do that.

Jill, what'd you eat at Yoko? I wanna try the Chicken Chili Ramen. And the dumplings. And the pad thai. Actually, I want to try everything. Because I'm a food ho like that. Very cool that you got to be involved in the building of the restaurant. What's that like, to go in somewhere to have a meal and see your work? Has to be way cool.

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