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Head over to the United Center with your discounted Chicago Bulls tickets! Multiple games available at varying price points.
Cheer on the Chicago Bulls in person as the legendary team battles for a spot in the NBA Playoffs. The embattled Bulls’ lineup needs your help more than ever as point guard Derrick Rose, high-octane shooting guard Jimmy Butler and ever-steady power forward Pau Gasol look to make a strong second-half push to the finish. See all the high-flying action at the United Center, one of the NBA’s most historic and beloved arenas. There’s a reason this place is nicknamed the “Madhouse on Madison” — because Bulls fans are the best in basketball, and being with them is crazy-fun.
Not your cup of basketball? Check out more discount event tickets here — Blue Man Group, stand-up, Cinderella… After the Ball, 42nd Street, and so much more.
Reader Deals 1/25/16: Here are some of the deals, heads up, and requests you shared recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
- Email Rachel: [email protected]
- Comment below, or on any post where it seems to fit.
- Post on the Mashup Mom Facebook page.
*** If you are sharing a deal from another site or an online coupon, please include the link. If you found a deal at a specific store, please include the location.
- If you have a Boost Mobile phone, Elizabeth suggests you check out Boost Dealz — get a $5 account credit “for watching exclusive content and offers on your phone.”
- Artie comments on the wireless LED light switch night light: “I have this and it lights up nice and bright. Not sure about how long the batteries last.”
- Jane found the above flax seed at her Dollar Tree, so keep an eye out for that!
- A heads up from kitty that: “The Jewel January Big Book of Savings has prices effective thru 1/26, so they will probably be removed after Wednesday. The Fresh express $1coupon is good thru 2/28, so grab some extras if you use them.”
Kellogg’s Family Rewards
- If your points lapsed, feelgood shares: “To Jill, I had the same situation where my KFR points lapsed, just a quick call to KFR and they cheerfully reinstated the points. Another time I redeemed points for coupons, the coupons didn’t print and they offered to either send new links for the coupons or reinstate the redeemed points.”
- One from Maureen: “I am not able to use my $2 finish coupons until this weekend. Can somebody tell me the best deal out there? I have multiple coupons and would like to get stocked up.”
- And Maggie has a question on the Well Beginnings diapers deal: “Does anyone know the quality of these diapers? I’m out of infants but was thinking of getting these for someone else.”
- Cleob asks: “Does anyone know if the free Inside Shopper (formerly Deals Delivered), the separate plastic sleeve with Chicago Tribune Sunday ads and coupons, is still being delivered? Been delivered Sunday mornings for years but nothing delivered for last 3 weeks (and noticed no delivery to the neighbors). Called the Tribune 3 times, told I am still active subscriber for Inside Shopper and they would send a note to the carrier to deliver it. Does anyone still get Inside Shopper?”
- feelgood shares an iOS only deal for Staples. 1) Download the iPhone version of the Staples app onto your iPhone or iPad. 2) Add a case of 10 ream Staples multipurpose paper for $53.99 (item 513096). 3) Use code 21832 for 15% off to get it for $45.89 shipped (Rewards members) + tax. 4) Then submit for Easy Rebate #16-57004 for $45 back via Visa prepaid card, for a net cost of just $.89 + tax.
- Nancy shares that “they added a second Wild Kratts show at Rosemont. The first show sold out so quickly.”
- Artie shares info from Ultra Foods and Strack’s: “We’re excited to announce the return of our Sneak Peek feature. Now when you visit the weekly deals page for your Ultra Foods you can preview the next week’s deals a day ahead of time. The Sneak Peek feature and button will only appear on the day before our new weekly deals are posted. So be sure to check the effective dates listed at the top of our weekly deals page and watch for the Sneak Peek the last day of the current weeks pricing. “
This post is sponsored by the Chicago Wolves. All opinions here, however, are my own.
We were just talking recently about the idea of gifting experiences — and here’s one great option! If you haven’t checked out Wolves hockey recently, you should give the Chicago Wolves another look. Mr. 8 and his friend had just a fantastic time at the Wolves Star Wars night recently, and this was an outing they’ll talk about and remember for a long time.
The Wolves play a great game of hockey, and can be such an affordable and family friendly entertainment option for special outings. So check out the current Chicago Wolves Howliday season specials, and think about giving the gift of Wolves Hockey this holiday season!
When you pick up this special package you’ll save up to $60 over individual game day tickets, plus score extras. Here’s what you’ll receive:
- 10 open-dated ticket vouchers to any game(s) of your choice
- Save up to $60 over individual day-of-game tickets
- Wolves Knit Hat
- Commemorative Holiday Puck
- Wolves Winter Scarf
- 30-minute Gameworks Play Card
- Redeem vouchers for tickets in any increment for any 2015-16 regular-season home game
- Ability to upgrade vouchers for greater-value tickets when paying the cash difference
- Great holiday gift idea for family, friends, clients…
Cyber Monday Wolves Howliday Special!
These packages start as low as $12.20 a ticket, and make a great gift idea — or you could split your Howliday season package with another family or two and get together a group outing for double the fun. Order your gift pack today 11/30/15 only on Cyber Monday, and you will get two extra ticket vouchers to one of five games between December 19 and January 3. That’s up to a $66 bonus value, and makes this great deal even better.
How about a little preseason football action? The Bears host the Dolphins at Soldier Field, and Goldstar has tickets starting at $50 + service fees.
The 2015 NFL season gets under way as the Chicago Bears open their preseason schedule by hosting the Miami Dolphins at Soldier Field. The Bears will have a new look on the sideline this season as veteran coach John Fox takes over, bringing a winning pedigree to the Windy City. He’s got plenty of weapons at his disposal, including quarterback Jay Cutler and running back Matt Forte. But this first game gives the Bears a chance to find the hidden gems that will help populate the roster, so come out and take a look at the future Monsters of the Midway.
ScoreBig is another good option for discount tickets to concerts and sporting events, and right now you have your choice of two coupon codes:
- Through 7/31, both new and returning customers can save $5 off ScoreBig Tickets with code SUMMERFIVE.
- Through 8/31, new customers only get $15 off a $100+ ticket purchase with code SUMMERCONCERT15.
Get extra savings on discount tickets to everything from Disney on Ice to the White Sox! I looked up tickets to The Who (coming to the United Center in October!) and they were definitely cheaper here than on TicketMaster.
See Yes and Toto at Northerly Island starting at just $19 + service fees. (You’d think they’d look a little happier about it… 😉 )
Catch two iconic rock bands in one concert under the stars at FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island. With a dozen gold or platinum albums, a Grammy Award and seven Grammy nominations, progressive rock band Yes have been together for over 45 years. Songs like “Roundabout,” “I’ve Seen All Good People,” “Long Distance Runaround” and the chart-topping “Owner of a Lonely Heart” are still hits on classic rock radio. Toto have been at it since the late ’70s, selling over 35 million albums with songs including “Rosanna,” “Africa” and “Hold the Line.” The six-time Grammy-winning group continues to tour and record, as well as pop up on shows like South Park and Family Guy.
Well, this looks like quite a show! See the Australian Pink Floyd at Northerly Island, with tickets starting at $19 + service fees.
So spot-on are these tribute artists from Down Under that David Gilmour, Pink Floyd’s own guitarist, invited them to play his 50th birthday party. Known for their spectacular laser effects, 3-D graphics and signature inflatable kangaroo, the Australian Pink Floyd Show’s been touring the world since 1988, performing for more than 3 million fans in over 35 countries. Concertgoers are left beyond comfortably numb with their note-for-note renditions of tunes from The Wall, The Dark Side of the Moon and more, in addition to their mind-blowing re-creation of a Pink Floyd live concert experience. Opening this show at Chicago’s FirstMerit Bank Pavilion is Led Zeppelin 2, a Led Zep tribute band.
Goldstar’s summer 75% off ticket promo continues, and they’ve added new events such as Zanies Comedy Club in St. Charles! If standup isn’t your thing, however, lots of other affordable choices here to help you go out more often this summer. 🙂
In the mood for a tear jerker? Goldstar has added new discount ticket dates for Beaches: A New Musical! Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace.
You may know Beaches best as a classic big-screen tearjerker, or you may remember it as the best-selling novel. Now this tale of two extraordinary women and their lifelong friendship is a live stage musical co-written by the novel’s author, Iris Rainer Dart. Catch it at Drury Lane Theatre and relive the laughter, adventure and sorrow of outlandish Cee Cee and beautiful, privileged Bertie. Despite their differences, they become childhood friends and embark on a tumultuous 30-year journey in which they go from pen pals to roommates to romantic rivals to emotional supporters during life’s most challenging trials. This production of Beaches features a talented cast that includes Shoshana Bean (Wicked), Whitney Bashor and more.