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Mayor's Holiday Special Discounts

12/30/2009 02:03:00 AM


I think this promotion went on last year as well, I remember downloading the pass. I think I used to once or twice, but the list this year looks a lot more extensive - which is nice. For those of you that are looking to save some money over the next few weeks the Mayor has a special savings pass for all of us

As the City of Boston’s one-stop holiday planning website, the 6th Annual Mayor's Holiday Special serves up an invitation to a festive day and holiday-season dining at an affordable price. Download your free voucher from the site, and enjoy!

In fact, you can plan your entire holiday experience here: buy 1/2-price seats to all the big holiday shows like Holiday Pops, Boston Ballet's "The Nutcracker" and many more...check the guide to Boston's free and low-cost festivities...and get hundreds of special offers for eating, shopping, staying overnight and even parking for less. MayorsHolidaySpecial.com is free and open now through January 18, 2010.


Nearly four dozen restaurants -- mostly in Boston and Cambridge -- are offering Mayor's Holiday Special discounts that include free appetizers, free desserts, 20% off each entrée, and a variety of other delicious deals.


20% off at the Cactus Club? That should save me a decent amount of money. I used to eat their Sedona Chicken sandwich religiously for lunch but started making food to save money.

Click (here) to get your savings pass.


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