When you've paid off debt and saved for emergencies and retirement, whatever's left over is yours to do with as you please, right?
Deals and freebies include Dora's birthday party, 2-for-1 movie tickets, yet more free smoothies and 39-cent tacos.
Some shops are pulling the plug to make space for paying customers and change the ambience.
Celebrate lasagna, cheesecake, sweet tea and guys named Dave with deals from restaurants.
Baseball teams promote special seating with access to unlimited food as a good value for fans, and people are eating it up.
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