The only thing better than shopping local and supporting small businesses is saving money while doing so. The Stockton Savings Pass helps you do just that.
Who doesn't like saving money? Having a few extra bucks left over after doing something fun, or something we need to, is always a nice feeling. The Stockton Savings Pass has more than $1000 in savings at dozens of local businesses all over the city.
Getting the Stockton Savings Pass is easy. Just head over to the website we so conveniently linked to here, and swipe down a bit until you see the "Sign up for Free" dialog box. It's that simple! Just fill out your information and the passport will be sent to your phone. It's not an app, so you don't need any more space on your device. You can choose to put a shortcut on your phone's home screen for easy, one-tap access.
The Stockton Savings Pass is easy to use. No bulky booklets or something new to carry around with you, everything is on your phone. Once you've gotten the link for the pass, the easiest way to have access is to save a shortcut to it on your phone. If you don't know how to do that, this site will show you the steps for both Androids and iPhones. Then just tap it to browse all the offers available. To redeem a deal, show the coupon on your phone to the business. Be sure not to click "redeem" before showing the business, as that makes the coupon disappear.
German Guys Restaurant is another excellent dining option on the Stockton Savings Pass.
One of the best things about the Stockton Savings Pass (other than that whole free thing) is the variety of ways you can save with it. Want to go out for pizza? FIRED Mobile Pizza Oven is offering a couple of deals including buy two get one free. Feel like falafel? Go Falafel Greek Restaurant is offering 10% off your total order. Have the kids been begging for burgers? American Waffle Diner has a $13 Waffle Burger special and a $10 American Burger.
There are options outside of food as well. Moore's Martial Arts & Yoga Dojo is offering $59 for one month of unlimited martial arts group classes, $27 for five drop-in yoga classes and 5% off retail purchases. Are you a bit of a pool shark? Head over to Valley Gaming and Billiards for 15% off your visit. Need to get a new shot of the family for this year's Christmas card? Ulmer Photo is offering a buy one-get one deal.
For a full list of deals available, and to get yours, visit the Stockton Savings Pass site, then get ready to start saving!
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