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Summer Savings

Summer Savings

One thing is for sure, this has been anything but your typical summer. With the start of school being up in the air as well, it looks like fall will be an unusual season as well. Not only has this pandemic affected our day-to-day lives, but it has taken a toll on our finances too. There’s still plenty of time left to enjoy some summer activities. You can find a lot of fun things to do without spending a lot of cash. Here are some great fun ideas to stretch out summer, and deals to help you pocket some extra cash as summer comes to an end.

Entertainment Savings

Some entertainment venues are slowly starting to open up this summer. There’s no need to rush out and spend a lot of cash on family entertainment. There are ways to make the most of more cost efficient and even free forms of entertainment to get through the rest of summer. Look for free concerts or movies in the park for an evening of fun under the stars. Check out your local museums to see if they are offering free day passes. Don’t forget to take your new Sigma camera lens that you scored from during their instant savings deals going on through August 31st! You’ll want to capture some up close shots of the family fun with your Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR camera.


Get in Touch with Nature and Save

If your favorite theme park even opens back up this summer, your wallet can take a big hit with just the cost of a single day ticket alone. Multiply that cost by a family of four, add in lunch, dinner, and snacks throughout the day, and it gets expensive quick. Keep your cash and use your Garmin DriveSmart 65 Premium available with free shipping from to find your way to one of the great national parks instead. Admittance to many are free. Some charge a small per car fee. It’s the perfect way to take advantage of those last weeks of summer, and to create memories that will last forever. Now is the best time to purchase a new Tamron or  Nikkor lens at up to $200 off to capture those memories.


Summer Savings DIY Kids’ Camp

Are your kids still down in the dumps over summer camp getting cancelled? Instead of watching them mope around all depressed like their world is coming to an end, create your own summer camp in your backyard. Have the kids help with picking a theme to base camp-week around like sports, science, pirates, beach or simply nature week. Have friends and family pitch in to help with story time around the campfire. They can even do this virtually over the LG 34” UltraWide FreeSync Monitor you can get right now for $200 off and same day shipping if you’re still self-quarantining. The kids won’t feel like they completely missed out on all the fun summer camp promises. Just think of the summer savings in your pocket with this alternative to summer-camp. It’s a win-win!

Make the most out of your last weeks of summer with these summer savings ideas.
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