Happy Saturday, readers!
If you feel lost as to what deals or promotions are currently active, hop on over to my Twitter account over @frugalasianman and click on the Favorites section. I am regularly checking that page to make sure that only current & working deals are on that page. (If you find a deal that’s dead and it’s still on the favorites, just tweet me a message!) It’s an easy way to quickly recap on what’s still going on in case you missed something.
And if you appreciate reading about the deals posted here, give me some love and follow my @frugalasianman twitter. I recently created it about a week ago, so there aren’t that many followers. All posts from here are automatically synced with my Twitter, so it’s actually the best tool to keep up to date with my posts here. Also, I do actually tweet deals that I don’t publish on this blog — or else sometimes I tweet the deals before I actually blog them. Either way, my Twitter followers will soon be learning that it pays to go the extra mile. 🙂
On an unrelated note, today is the second day of the Eat Real Festival 2012 in Jack London Square, Oakland, CA. If you’re in the San Francisco bay area, I recommend you come out and have some fun at this food festival! 🙂 Here are the deets:
Tacos inspired by flavors from around the world, curry, BBQ, hot dogs, ice cream, noodles, and a whole lot more of the Bay Area’s awesome curbside eats. The Eat Real Festival celebrates all things tasty, fresh, and handmade with a focus on street food, local wines, handcrafted beers, and traditional food craft – all featuring sustainable, local ingredients. And no dish costs more than $5.
But eating is only part of the fun. We also show you how to make it and grow it. From home cheesemaking to backyard chickens, you can explore a DIY lifestyle with demos and activities galore. Or just grab a taco and a beer and enjoy our full schedule of entertainment with bands, butchery contests, lit fest, and other tasty tidbits.
Friday 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Oh and did I mention it’s free entry? 🙂 Read more on their site here.