Sunday, November 8, 2009

The Tulsa Slice of the Coupon Craze

Sand Springs Cultural and Historical Museum

The Melting Pot. Do you fondue? In my world, these immortal words sealed a life-long friendship, and they can in yours, too. Get $100 in Melting Pot gift certificates for yourself when you buy your beloved food freak a $100 gift certificate to the same. Then, share the love - and the melty cheese and oozing chocolate.

Sage Culinary Studio. If you already get the newsletter, always packed with good foodie information for both parents and kids by owner Catherine deCamp herself, put to good use the 10 percent discount on all purchases from the retail section at Sage during November and December. The gift-giving holidays are fast approaching, after all, and Sage is full of everything from kid-themed cookie kits to whisks sized for the hands of the pint-sized. If you're not signed up for the Sage newsletter, do so on the Web site.

Anything and everything kiddo. Calling all parents: Have you checked out the MomShop section of It's like Just Between Friends Sale (a kids-and-more consignment business that has hit the serious big time that was, by the way, born in a Broken Arrow living room) and Craigslist made eyes at each other and then, as many of us are wont to do, had a baby. Find goodies from burp cloths to the next family pet all in one place, minus the Craigslist crazies.

Tulsa retailers like Baby Booty, Happy First, Little Black Dress and Spa Lux. Shop local and save big, thanks to the gals at These coupons, honored at a couple dozen retailers, some dealing exclusively in the Tulsa area, are good until the end of the year (unless otherwise stated, of course, but the good majority of them are). Forget the mall, moms - shop local.

Dilly Deli. Moms, right now you can snag a free kid's lunch when you buy an entree for yourself at the Blue Dome District's hottest little sandwich shop. Simply mention the ad on

Yokozuna. Add a little extra somethin'-somethin' to that next date night with a free appetizer from the downtown restaurant everybody's buzzing about, Yokozuna. Just grab an entree and mention the ad on

Buns and Roses. Bring in a toy and try this new downtown deli with the name that could bring back parachute pants and ratted bangs for 10 percent off, Monday-Friday. Thanks to Tulsa Restaurant Deals for posting about this sweet deal.

Tulsa Restaurants. So many, they're like the stars. Speaking of Tulsa Restaurant Deals, go ahead and add this blog, new to the Tulsa scene, to your Google Reader. You won't want to miss out on a single deal that makes you go yum.

Brady Theater. Snag free concert tickets and updates at the Old Lady on Brady. Just whip out your phone and text "concerts" to 91217.

RadioRadio. Who doesn't love this band that calls Tulsa home? Download free a copy of the track, I, Computer (the Beau Hill Euro Mix) at the band's Web site. Thanks to the folks at for re-posting from about this free and easy way to own some local tunes.

Sand Springs Cultural and Historical Museum. Sand Springs, that little town northwest of Tulsa proper and the land where 8 out of 10 of people who sometimes are reluctant to admit that they're related to me call home, boasts quite a little museum-slash-archtectural gem. Originally the Page Memorial Library Building, the 1929 structure is an Art Deco icon, listed on both the State of Oklahoma and National Registers of Historic Places. Since 2002 it's been a museum, bursting with exhibits sure to please the young and old alike. Admission is free every day the museum is open, Tuesday-Saturday, no coupon necessary. Check the Web site for times.

Tulsa Children's Museum. Load up the kids and head to Tulsa Historical Society, at 2445 S. Peoria Ave., to check out the newest exhibit from Tulsa Children's Museum, known here in T-Town as the museum without walls. The latest shenanigans from the folks at TCM have to do with "Your House, My House," a hands-on playground of different types of dwellings from around the world. The exhibit is free and open to the public. Check the Web site for available days and times.

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