Thursday, January 19, 2017

Albuquerque COMICCON 2017

Yay, we are on the map now. Well for comic collectors, fans of superheroes, and just general fun stuff. As we entered we were greeted by several storm troopers but since we meant no harm they seemed very friendly and posed for pictures with us. then we embarked on our journey to see all the cool stuff we came to see. Lets see about 500 vendors, 38 famous guests, and so many movie props. Not to mention all the people that came dressed in costumes of their favorite character. So many booths with comic books for purchase, awesome prints, and artists renderings to adorn your walls. All the collectible Pokemon and superhero paraphernalia that you just cant live without. I know we waited until the last day of the event to attend. there is both an advantage and disadvantage to this. So if you want the win/win situation you get the 3 day pass. Go early and get stuff before everybody else sees it. and go late and catch the markdowns from the vendors who don't want to lug all the merchandise back home. They had all figures including some lego figures $1 each. I didn't see any I was familiar with but I'm not really an expert. We did make it through the main floor and 2nd floor both sides. legs ready to fall off. wait there is more downstairs. ahhh we may have to wait until next year. Here is the official link to the page. http://albuquerquecomiccon.com/   
 see you next year.... 

Monday, January 2, 2017

Groomingdale's Pet Spa New customer $5 off bath and brush or full groom.

I was going to Valley Vetco on a Wednesday, surprise they were closed but I noticed Groomingdales next door with a special for a nail trim. well my Simba was due for a nail trim so I walked over and checked them out. very personable staff. they clip the nails then file them down with a rotary tool. Its nice to have it done because I get concerned about her catching her nails on a blanket. Plus they walk lighter on their feet with a good nail trim. She prances and acts like a youngster once again. Here is my beautiful little rescue Simba. 
here is the link to their web page. http://www.groomingdalesnm.com/   
Simba
I went to this location
 405 Montano Road NE     (505) 345-4455
Albuquerque, NM  87107   (next to Valley Vetco - Montano & Edith)

HOURS: Monday - Saturday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
(or by appointment)


here is their other location 

7321 San Antonio NE     
(505) 822-1000
Albuquerque, NM 87109   (next to Albertson's at Wyoming & San Antonio)
here is the link to the discounts they offer, please mention you saw them on Save in NM 

Thursday, September 1, 2016

NM State fair at Expo NM deals and discounts Sep. 8-18, 2016




School is back in session, the smell of green chile in the air, this means it must be time for the state fair. Its a great time to get out and go on some carnival rides, eat cotton candy, caramel apples, and giant turkey legs. make sure you wear your comfortable shoes because there is plenty of walking to do. there are also strollers and wheelchairs available if needed. If you want to go and not spend a lot of money there are discount days.
Discount Admission
>Monday, September 12, 2016 • Two Dollar Day! $2.00 Admission all day • $25 Ride Wristbands
>Wednesday, September 14, 2016 • Dollar Day! $1.00 Admission all day • Dollar Rides! All rides $1.00 per ride (with a minimum purchase of 10 rides required)
>Thursday, September 15, 2016 • $20 Ride Wristbands
Special recognition
The fair utilizes special recognition days as a way to honor those New Mexicans who have dedicated their careers to public service in the classroom, on the street and in the trenches. On special recognition days, honored attendees are admitted free into the fair with proper identifying information. (don't forget your ID)
   >Thursday, September 8, 2016 • Law Enforcement Day - All certified law enforcement personnel with valid badge or ID are admitted free • others get $2 admission and $12 Ride Wristbands
  >Friday, September 9, 2016 • Firefighters Day - All firefighters with valid badge or ID are admitted free •
   >Friday Sep. 9- Sunday, Sep. 11   Teacher Appreciation Weekend – All K – 12 teachers admitted free with a school issued ID
   >Tuesday, September 13, 2016 • Military/Veteran's Day - Free admission for all active & retired military with valid ID • $2 admission and $12 Ride Wristbands • Bonus Rodeo! The cost of admission into the fair gets you into PRCA Rodeo for free for general admission seats.
Walgreens advance purchase discount 
August 11 through September 9, the advance tickets will be on sale at all New Mexico Walgreens locations. Adult passes cost only $7, and passes for seniors and children cost $6. Additionally, thanks to Reithoffer Shows in collaboration with the fair, patrons have the option to buy a significantly reduced carnival ride wrist band (also known as the mega pass) for which the cost of purchase includes FREE admission into the fair. The Mega Pass ticket sells for $28 and allows fairgoers unlimited carnival rides on any one day of the fair.

On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, admission into the fair is $10.00 for adults and $7.00 for kids and seniors and the cost of the ride wristbands is $35.

General Hours

10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday thru Thursday;
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday
The 2016 State Fair will open at 10 a.m. every day!
Parking 
Free parking at Gate 8 on Louisiana and Central. 
 Preferred Parking is available at Gate 1 on Central. $
Bus to the Fair
>State Fairgoers can use ABQ RIDE regular service from any of its four Park and Ride facilities. Four ABQ RIDE bus routes, including Rapid Ride Routes #766, #777, and Route #66 will drop off and pick up Fairgoers at Central and Louisiana and at other bus stops adjacent to the Fairgrounds. 
>Additional service in the form of a free, weekend shuttle at the Fair will be provided during the run of the Fair. ABQ RIDE will operate a free shuttle from Noon to 11:30 p.m. on the Fair's two weekends (Sept 11th, 12th, 13th, and Sept. 18th, 19th, 20th). It will pick up Fairgoers inside Gate 9 (the Downs Casino Gate) and shuttle them to the Admission booths inside the State Fairgrounds.  On Saturday, September 12th, the shuttle will not run until 2 p.m. due to road closures for the State Fair Parade. Fairgoers can use four ABQ RIDE lots for regular bus service to the State Fairgrounds. The most recommended Park and Ride for Fairgoers is the closest one to the Fair, the Uptown Transit Center Park and Ride facility, located just south of Coronado Shopping Center. Plenty of room is available for parking. The other Park and Ride facilities are located at: Coors By-Pass and Ellison (Northwest Transit Center), Central and Unser (Central and Unser Transit Center).
$ Regular fares apply and do not include admission to the fair; $1 Adults (each way), Citizens age 62 or over, mobility-impaired and Students (ages 10-18) 35 cents. Accompanied children age 9 and younger ride free.       For schedule information, go to www.myabqride.com or call 243-RIDE (7433) 

Bike to the Fair

BikeABQ and the New Mexico State Fair have partnered up to offer patrons a place to park their bikes while attending the State Fair. 
Bike to the Fair and feel secure that the bike valet will secure your bicycles while you enjoy the Fair.  The bike valet will be on the inside of Gate 4 (San Pedro just north of Copper).  FREE
Hours:
10 a.m. - Close of Midway 

http://statefair.exponm.com/

Friday, July 1, 2016

July 2nd free concert Freedom Celebration 2016 for KING & COUNTRY

This event is being hosted by Calvary Albuquerque. So it is a Christian event. I checked out the bands you tube and like their music. for KING & COUNTRY - Fix My Eyes - The LIVE Music Video
Celebrate our nation's independence at Freedom Celebration at Isotopes Park on Saturday, July 2, at 4 pm. This free event is open to everyone and includes live music from award-winning rock/pop bands for KING & COUNTRY and Hawk Nelson, as well as Albuquerque’s ownBattledrums.
this is Isotopes park so parking may cost $5 be prepared. 
• $5 parking for all vehicles containing three or fewer people.
• Carpool Lot available for those containing four or more people in their vehicle in the Stadium East Lot.
• Free parking for all vehicles displaying disabled placards.
Also you cant bring in any outside food and drinks. 
Beverages, Food & Containers No bottles, cans, food, beverages or containers may be brought into Isotopes Park, with the exception of sealed bottled water. 
There will also be a fireworks display after the show. 
Admission is free so invite everyone and bring someone!     










Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Cliff's discount CLIFF'S AMUSEMENT PARK - $10 OFF WEEKDAYS & SUNDAYS

there is a discount but just really hard to find. So Im posting the link. CLICK HERE for the coupon  . you can print the coupon or show it on your cell phone at cliffs front gate and get your $10 off.
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If you know of any cool inexpensive deals or events please let me know.
So hope to see you there and thanks for checking out my blog.

Friday, June 3, 2016

National Donut Day June 3rd, 2016 aka first friday in June


I will celebrate anything, especially if its free. So lets celebrate.
Quick history National donut day started during the great depression, as a way for the Salvation Army to raise money and awareness for its social services, which among other things provided donuts and coffee to American soldiers during World War I.
Now where to get free donuts. 
I'm not sure of all these places but I do know we have krispy kreme and dunkin donuts in Albuquerque. 
Krispy Kreme: Every customer gets a choice of any free donut on Friday, June 3, no purchase necessary. Do expect a line
Whether it's powdered, filled or a hot Original Glazed®, stop in for a free doughnut from Krispy Kreme. In honor of National Doughnut Day, on Friday, June 3, stop in to any Krispy Kreme US or Canadian location for a FREE doughnut of any variety--including its world famous Original Glazed® doughnut. 
No purchase necessary. Excludes Connecticut.
Dunkin’ Donuts has a free doughnut with any drink purchase.
Shipley Do-Nuts: Visit a participating location from 5 a.m. to noon on National Donut Day for a free donut.
Entenmann’s: A total of more than 150,000 donuts will be given away in more than a dozen cities around the country, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Louisville, New Haven, New York City, and San Diego, plus Entenmann’s is hosting a sweepstakes on Facebook with 10 lucky winners getting free donuts for a year.
Randy’s Donuts: Customers get free donut holes at this famous Los Angeles donut shop from 6 a.m. to noon on National Donut Day.
Lamar’s Donuts: Follow this Facebook link to get a “golden ticket” for a free donut on Friday, plus a free 16-ounce Lamar’s cup with any purchase.
Duck Donuts: Go to the Facebook page of Duck Donuts—a chain with dozens of East Coast locations stretching from the Jersey Shore to North Carolina—for a coupon valid for a free sugar donut on National Donut Day.
Dunkin Donuts: Get one free donut with the purchase of any beverage.
Cumberland Farms: Purchase any coffee or fountain drink between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Friday and take your pick of a free donut.
Honey Dew Donuts: Purchase any medium-size beverage and you’ll get a free (Up)Beat Cancer Donut, which is chocolate frosted, has blue and red sprinkles, and was created to raise cancer awareness.
Giant Eagle: Every Friday, including National Donut Day this Friday, Giant Eagle supermarket locations offer a half-dozen donuts for free when you purchase a half-dozen.
Fractured Prune: Not all of this Ocean City, Maryland-based donut chain’s locations are participating in National Donut Day, but most shops in Arizona are giving away free donuts (with drink purchase), and locations such as Owings Mills in Maryland are offering free OC Sand donuts (glazed, covered in cinnamon sugar) with no purchase required.
Tim Hortons: No freebies this year, but Tim Hortons is offering aNational Donut Day coupon good for a half-dozen donuts at the special price of $2.99, valid through July 3.
would you believe I found my info on fortune and Money web sites. rich people must look for freebies too. 

Monday, April 25, 2016

Albuquerque Renaissance Faire April 30th, 2016

Celebrate the Middle Ages with the City of Albuquerque The Barony of al-Barran, and Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism.  


Date: April 30th, 2016
Time: 10am - 6pm
Location: Albuquerque International Balloon Museum, 
9201 Balloon Museum Dr NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87113
Tickets: general admission Adult $10,    child (3-12) $5,    under 3 free

Enjoy food, music, demonstrations, arts, and activities all recreated from the Middle Ages! Renaissance Faire will be returning to the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum on Saturday, April 30, 2016, at the new time from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. 
The Albuquerque Renaissance Faire is a rain or shine event.

Here ye! Here ye! Lords and Ladies of Albuquerque, get ready for the most loved event in the Kingdom! All of your favorites will return including The Tavern, Commoner's Food Court, Children's Realm, Group Wedding, and Village Shopping. New this year! There will be a Faire Wear Show: Pet Fashion Contest.

Entertainment

The Faire will be full of fun! Different entertainment can be found throughout the land including Celtic singers, juggling, and magic. From armored combat exhibitions and a Renaissance Village reenacting medieval life to Living History and demonstartions, there is entertainment for all. Stumble on entertainment that has traveled through centuries and over continents as you make your way around the grounds. There will be juggling, Celtic singers, Princess Unicorn, WAMagic and more.
Click this link for a schedule of events    Albuquerque Renaissance Faire @ CABQ.gov

Food and drink

Tilted Tankard Tavern serving food, Mead, ale etc. and entertainment   


Commoner's Food Court A variety of food trucks will serve your favorite fare along with other concessions of traditional Renaissance themed food including turkey legs, corn on the cob, baked goods and more.

For the kids 

Children's Realm
Princes and Princesses of Albuquerque are invited to rule the land for a day. Wanderland, presented by the Girls Scouts of NM Trails, will be back with fairy tale wand crafts. Enjoy fun activities at the Ye' old Counterpointe of Scouting, presented by the Boy Scouts Pack and Troop 88. Additionally, there will be free face painting, a rock climbing wall and opportunities to Fight a Knight and earn a certificate for your victory.
Join Keshet for workshops throughout the day where children will explore basic dance concepts such as rhythm, balance, shapes, and more. Included in these workshops are Renaissance steps, such as a Reverance, the Saltarello, the Gailliard and the Pavane.
Children's activities are free.

Learn more about the Society for Creative Anachronism.   

Prohibited Items

No live steel, regardless of being peace-tied or not.
No outside food or beverages.