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Get Free Museum Admission with a Bank of America Card

Looking for free things to do with kids in Massachusetts?  If you have a Bank of America or Merrill Lynch card, you can get into numerous museums across the US free, on the first weekend of every month. Here are the family-friendly museums in Massachusetts: The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherset Museum […]

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Mom.com Launches in the Boston Metrowest!

This past week, Mom.com (a division of CafeMom) launched in the Metrowest Boston suburbs, and celebrated with a launch party at Isis Parenting in Needham, MA. I, along with several other local bloggers, was invited to attend early and interview Andrew Shue (yes, that Andrew Shue of Melrose Place who is also co-founder of CafeMom/Mom.com) […]

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Half-Price Admission at the Franklin Park and Stone Zoos

WHAT: Burn off the turkey and get the family out of the house on Friday, November 25 at the Franklin Park or Stone Zoo. Now that everyone’s food coma has worn off, it’s time for the family to get some fresh fall air at a place everyone can enjoy—the zoo! For a day of fun […]

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Discounted Offer for Disney on Ice!

Tickets to the all-new Disney On Ice skating spectacular – Treasure Trove – performing at the TD Garden December 26-29, 2011 go on sale November 11, 2011 – which just happens to be the luckiest day of the year. For one day only, 11/11/11, use promo code: MOMLUCK to purchase tickets for – you guessed […]

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Eversave Promo Code for Labor Day

Today only, Eversave is offering a promo code – use the promo code LaborDay on Monday, September 5th to save $2 on any Eversave deal that’s over $6.  The code expires tonight, Monday, at midnight. It can be used on Eversave Boston deals, as well as deals nationwide and online. Happy Shopping!

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Guide to Saving Money on Family-Friendly Boston Attractions

Local parents always ask me how to get great deals on local attractions.  After all, it can be expensive to take a family (especially one with more than two kids) anywhere in Boston these days.  Here are a few ideas: Local Libraries Ask you local library if they have passes to any local attractions.  Many […]

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Juice in the City Hiring in Local Cities

If you are a mom who’s looking for a part-time work at home job, and you know your local area – you may be a great local business consultant for Juice in the City.  Juice in the City is coming to Boston, and they are looking for moms who live the following communities in and […]

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Save Money on Boston Attractions With the Boston Summer Family Fun Pass

If you are planning to visit some of Boston’s most popular family attractions this summer, the Boston Summer Family Fun Pass from Smart Destinations may save you some money.  The pass includes admission to these four attractions: – Museum of Science – Fenway Park Tour – Hi-Speed Catamaran Whale Watch – Franklin Park Zoo With […]

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Save Big on New England Attractions with the Breathe New Hampshire Fun Pass

If you are planning to visit the many fabulous family attractions in the New England area, you’ll probably find that it can get expensive.  But, with the Fun Pass from Breathe New Hampshire, you can get one free admission with one paid admission. The Fun Pass retails for $32, and pretty much pays for itself […]

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2011 Free Fun Fridays from the Highland Street Foundation

The Highland Street Foundation is once again offering Free Fun Fridays in 2011.  Each Friday in the summer, Massachusetts residents and tourists get free admission to a number of locations. Check their website for the full schedule, but here’s a sampling: July 8, 2011 PLIMOTH PLANTATION 137 Warren Ave – Plymouth WORCESTER ART MUSEUM 55 […]

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