In tough economic times, frugal shoppers are looking for deals and smart business owners are giving them. Here are a few deals we've found for this week.
On Tuesday, Truck Toys in Arlington is offering "Free Tint Tuesdays" and said they will tint the front two windows of any car, truck or SUV for free. For more information on this deal, call 817-460-7274.
The Applebee's restaurant at Ridgmar Mall in Fort Worth allows kids to eat free (off the kids menu) every Tuesday with the purchase of an adult entree. This offer may be available at other locations. Visit Applebee's.com for a location near you.
It's "Tuesday Taco Madness" at Dos Pericos Mexican Restaurant in Lake Worth. The restaurant on Lake Worth Boulevard offers all you can eat tacos all day for $5.99.
Need a cool treat to beat the Texas heat? From 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3, Sonic will be giving away free root beer floats to DFW customers.
The "Big 6 Pass" is on sale at Six Flags Over Texas. The pass lets visitors inside the gates six times for the price of a single-day pass, $49.99 plus tax.
The Dallas Independent School District's "Thriving Minds" summer camp still has free spots open for elementary and middle school students. Food, arts, activities and transportation are all available for free. Call 469-916-9835 for more information.
Friday is National Donut Day and Krispy Kreme and Dunkin are celebrating. Krispy Kreme is giving a free donut to anyone who stops by. At Dunkin Donuts, customers can get one free donut with the purchase of any beverage.
Dunkin Donuts is launching its new catering and delivery service in DFW. Through June 15, all catering orders will receive a 10 percent discount. Call 214-371-9600 for more information on this deal.
Also, On Friday night, see a free movie in Frisco Square. Park for free and watch "The Muppet Movie" gratis on the lawn of city hall. NBC 5 is a proud sponsor of Frisco's Movies in the Square.
On Saturday, the Nasher Sculpture Center in downtown Dallas is offering free admission from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests can take part in making free art, take tours and take part in yoga in the garden. The center kicked off "Summer at the Nasher" on June 1.
On Sunday, admission is free for the entire family at Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park between the hours of noon and 4 p.m.
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