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Miami Entertainment Book just $5

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Entertainment Book

If you are always looking for savings on things to do in Miami and the Florida Keys, consider purchasing the 2017 Miami-Florida Keys Entertainment Bookwhich includes coupons for things like movie tickets, dining, local sports events and more.

Through July 31, get the Miami Entertainment Book for $5, with free shipping, no promo code required. That also includes digital access. The online-only version is also on sale. Perhaps you'd like the Broward-Palm Beach Entertainment Book or one for Orlando, to prepare for your next vacation. Each book is only $5, the rock-bottom price for these books, which normally cost $35. They are good until the end of the year.

With the purchase of an Entertainment Book, you not only get the book delivered to you with free shipping, but you will also gain access to an annual subscription of a digital app. You can look for deals with the book in the comfort of your home as well as on the go on your smartphone.

The deals in this book and online subscription are valid through December 2017 and include 2-for-1 specials as well as up to 50%-off discounts.

You could get one free admission to Jungle Island with the purchase of a second admission, get $20 off of your next oil change at Jiffy Lube or even two Miami dive trips for the price of one at Grove Scuba. You'll also find Miami restaurant coupons, movie coupons and travel deals.

Get these deals and more with the Miami-Florida Keys Entertainment Book here.


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