| The break from school is a mixed blessing. It’s great to be able to relax at home but the kids need to be kept busy so you can think! Check out these 5 ideas to keep the kids busy during the break:
1) Something cool
Visit the new Ford Ice Center and take advantage of one of many special Holiday Public Skate sessions. Use your BOGO Skate Admission coupon on page 331 of your City Saver book and not only save $7, but you will also receive a FREE hot chocolate. Public Skate times can be found by clicking HERE.
2) Something bouncey
Check out Nashville’s only state-of-the-art trampoline park (so far). We are talking 50,000 square feet of jumping, bouncing, laughing and even high-flying dodgeball action! Bring your BOGO hour of jumping coupon from the City Saver book. Then visit their website at nas.jumpskyhigh.com for more info and holiday hours/pricing.
3) Something Hollywood
Everyone loves going to the movies – and some of the year’s best flicks come out during the holidays. You can save money every time you go to the movies with your City Saver book! Check out their offer here.
4) Something funny
They say laughter is the best medicine and there is not a better place to laugh during the holidays than Zanies Comedy Club. For 31 years, they have been showcasing the best national and local comedians, so check out their show and ticket info and remember to use your BOGO admission coupon!
5) Something gamey
Whether it is the hundreds of different video games, or cosmic bowling or even their great food, Dave & Busters can put a smile on the face of any bored kid in just a second or two. Visit www.daveandbusters.com for more info/hours and remember, there are BOGO food and game coupons in your book!
There are plenty more great options this holiday season – from the Frist Center to Cheekwood, to Adventure Science Center to the Nashville Children’s Theatre! Your 2015 Nashville City Saver mobile coupon book can help you HAVE FUN & SAVE MONEY this holiday season. If you don’t have a book with free mobile app, then get one today.
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