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Today's Deals and Discounts



    Today's Deals and Discounts
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    Deals and Discounts abound in DFW for Saturday, May 2, 2009.

    Take a look at today's Deals and Discounts:

    Free Comic Book Day
    As X-men Origins: Wolverine opens in theaters, plenty of comic fans will be opening pages of their favorite Wolvie stories in the original four-color form. Luckily for comic neophytes, the annual Free Comic Book Day experience will give you exclusive issues of popular characters like Green Lantern and Wolverine for zero cost to you. There are literally thousands of participating comic locations, so check the official Free Comic Book Day site for a store locator.

    Free Pizza for a Year
    Mama Mia! HotBox Pizza's latest location in Denton is giving away free pizza for a year to the first 100 customers that walk through the doors. The Denton franchise is the first HotBox outside of Indiana, but it's just the start for HotBox in DFW -- there are currently plans to expand to 10-15 additional locations in the Metroplex. We haven't seen official hours for the Denton location, but the other franchises open at 11 a.m. -- we'd be in line by 10:30. Click here for a map to the location.

    Discount Linens at Peacock Alley
    Everything is 75% to 80% off at Peacock Alley's warehouse sale, running through 6 p.m. tonight. You can expect high-quality linens, towels, and robes at the sale -- but don't expect to have the selection you had on Thursday, when we first told viewers about the sale. Peacock Alley's warehouse sale is located north of Interstate 30 at 2050 Postal Way in Dallas. Click here for their official Web site.

    Fine Linen at Prices You Can Afford

    [DFW] Fine Linen at Prices You Can Afford
    The upside of a down economy are deals like those at Peacock Alley's warehouse sale.
    (Published Thursday, April 30, 2009)

    Deals and discounts showcased in this article are for Saturday, May 2, 2009 only. Terms and availability may change at the discretion of retailers.