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Are you an AT&T wireless customer? If so, check out their Ticket Twosdays program, where you can get one movie ticket free if you buy one at select AMC and Regal theaters, on Tuesdays only. You can only do this once a week, and there’s a limited number of tickets available each week, but, hey, it’s a deal, right? You enter your wireless number and they’ll send you a code to redeem for your ticket. Learn more: tickettwosdays.att.com/
Like cheap pizza? In honor of Pi Day, Blaze Pizza will offer $3.14 whole pizzas all day on Tuesday, March, 14. Just go in and ask. No coupon required, but expect to wait in line. OC locations: Santa Ana, Irvine, Orange, Newport Beach, Garden Grove, Laguna Niguel, Brea, Mission Viejo, La Habra, Cerritos, San Clemente. Learn more: blazepizza.com
If you like gear from outdoor store REI but you don’t like the prices, note that they are offering an additional 25 percent off their items already on clearance until March 20, both in-store and online. A good chance to stock up! There are REI stores in Huntington Beach and just off the 55 in Tustin. And, if you spend $100 online and drop another $20 to join their excellent loyalty club, they’ll give you a $20 bonus card you can use for 90 days, so it almost pays for itself. This deal expires March 23. Learn more: REI.com
The store jokingly called “Whole Paycheck” will be a little less expensive Tuesday. For one day only, Whole Foods Market is celebrating Pi Day, Tuesday, March 14, with $3.14 off both large bakery pies and large take-and-bake pizzas. Only while supplies last. Varieties will vary by store, but could include pumpkin pie, apple pie, gluten-free apple pie, cherry pie, pepperoni pizza, cheese pizza, vegan pizza and more. Learn more: wholefoodsmarket.com
Art lovers can see the famed Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach this summer for as little as $17, if you buy during their St. Patrick’s Day sale. These are for the Director’s Tier Side seating, worth $30, for Sunday through Friday shows only. Those seats are up high, so bring binoculars and a blanket against the chill. The special ends March 17. The pageant runs this summer from July 7-Aug. 31. This year’s theme is “The Grand Tour.” Note that a pageant ticket also acts as a season ticket to the Festival of Arts Fine Art Show on the pageant grounds. If you get there early enough, you can picnic on the grounds. Learn more at PageantTickets.com or call 1-800-487-3378.
How do you feel about Wednesdays? Well, that’s the day each week that Bruegger’s Bagels will sell you 13 bagels, aka a baker’s dozen, for only $6.99. No coupon needed, just show up. And on March 16-17 only, they’re offering green bagels and $2 off a Big Bagel Bundle if you download their coupon at brueggers.com.
Denise M. Gonzalez recommends thaat you contact your local tree trimmer for free natural non-painted mulch. They usually have to pay to get rid of their waste so you would be doing them a favor. However, you may be in store for large amounts only, so it might be best to team up with neighbors or friends to get rid of such a large amount.
Want to see Michael Jackson immortalized with his chimp? The Broad Museum in downtown LA, filled with billionaire Eli Broad’s collection of icons of contemporary art, has just released a new batch of free tickets. Admission to the main galleries are always free, but they sell out well in advance, and the wait line if you don’t have an advance ticket is long and tiresome. Kids like the humorous pieces like Jeff Koon’s life-style porcelain “Michael Jackson and Bubbles.” And note that this is across the street from Walt Disney Concert Hall. Learn more: thebroad.org
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