Indulgence has never been so cheap.
Beginning this summer, residents of Brooklyn will be able to get great discounts at local restaurants, salons and more thanks to the Community Newspaper Group’s innovative foray into the world of digital coupons: BoroDeal.com.
Sign up at BoroDeal.com, and each week, you will receive offers to save 50 to 90 percent on items and services from local stores. The deals will include restaurants, spas, and salons, plus travel and family-oriented activities.
“Our readers will be able to save thousands of dollars a year with these deals,” said Clifford Luster, publisher of Community Newspaper Group, which also publishes Brooklyn’s Courier-Life chain, The Brooklyn Paper, TimesLedger newspapers in Queens, the Bronx Times, and Caribbean Life.
The best thing is that unlike other group-style coupon sites that send you “deals” that are nowhere near your house, BoroDeal.com targets the savings to your neighborhood. And who knows what local people want better than the people who bring you the local news?
Signing up is easy. Just go to www.BoroDeal.com and enter your name, e-mail address and ZIP code — and soon you’ll be receiving two to five discount offers a week — but no more than one e-mail a day (we don’t spam you, people!).
The amazing offers — say $20 for a $40 dinner at your favorite restaurant, or $7 for a $14 pizza down the street — will also be printed each week in our fine family of old-style print publications. So if you see a deal you like — either in print or online — go to www.BoroDeal.com and snatch up your voucher.
For info, go to www.BoroDeal.com.
©2011 Community News Group
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