Labor Day Weekend Deals and Activities

Check out these great Labor Day Weekend deals from Living on the Cheap

Happy Labor Day!

Eat Free at IKEA
Dine in the IKEA Restaurant and deduct your restaurant receipt
(eaten the same day) total from any home furnishings purchase
over $100 (before taxes.) This freebie is good Saturday, September
1 through Monday, September 3.

The catch? You’ll need to present a receipt for a $100 or more for
purchases made at the store that day.


BOGO Deal at Firehouse Subs
Firehouse Subs is giving away a free medium sub when you purchase
any sub combo. To redeem the offer, simply bring a printed copy of
the coupon. This is valid on Monday, September 3 only.


Free Museum Admission on Saturday and Sunday
Bank of America and Merrill Lynch cardholders will enjoy free
admission on Saturday, September 1 and Sunday, September 2 only, as
part of the Museums on Us program. These include Newport Art Museum
in Newport, RI; Chabot Space & Science Center in San Francisco, CA;
Chicago History Museum in Chicago, IL; and National Museum of Women
in the Arts in Washington, D.C. Here is a link to the list of all the
participating museums nationwide.


Free Phone Calls for the Military
Labor Day gets started a day early for troops and hospitalized veterans in Afghanistan and Kuwait, who will be able to call the U.S. for free for a full 24 hours. The Free Call Day starts at 12:01 a.m. on Sunday September 2, 2012, courtesy of Sport Clips Haircuts, and ends at 11:59 p.m. that same day. (All times are EST.) Free Call Days are offered at more than 800 MWR internet cafes using SPAWAR located at various military installations in Afghanistan and Kuwait.


Cheap Movie Tickets on Labor Day Weekend
Regal Cinemas is letting you see movies on the cheap this Labor Day weekend. From Friday, August 31st through Monday, September 2nd, you will be able to see some first-run movies for only $6. These tickets are for RPX shows only (RPX is the Regal Premium Experience, the chain’s high-end theater experience with plush seats, a high-definition 60-foot-high high screen and a sound system powered by 100,000 watts. Tickets are normally about $14.) Movies to choose from include The Dark Knight Rises, The Amazing Spider-Man, Marvel’s The Avengers and The Hunger Games. If you’re a Regal Crown Club member, you can get tickets for even cheaper – $5!

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