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Rake in This Week's Savings With Hardware Supplies and St. Patrick's Day Food and Beverage Specials

This weekly column will help frugal families by providing five great local deals to make life more affordable and often more fun.

[Note: This column is interactive: Readers and business owners should feel free to email columnist Kim Bova McDonald with deals in town you want to share or publicize.]

This week, Frugal Family has found deals on hardware supplies for spring, St. Patrick's Day and March Madness food specials, massage therapy, and drugstore products.

Remember to check with the merchant for additional conditions:

Deal:
Spring Rakes $4.99
Long handle rakes and shovels $6.99
Sign up in store for Rewards Card, it's free, and you receive sales, special rates and coupons for money off your purchases.

Fine Print: for more information and discounts contact

Deal: Bay State Massage
Licensed clinical massage therapist in Stoneham specializing in trigger point therapy for chronic pain and sports injuries.
Special Introductory offer of $20.00 for a 30-minute session to assess chronic pain, sciatica, tennis elbow or other physical condition.

Fine Print: mention Wakefield Patch to receive the special rate.

Deal:
Fun and affordable St. Patrick's Day for the whole family or just a meal out for you and friends.
St. Patrick's Day deals at Chili's
Food Specials Starting at $4.99
Draft Beer Specials $1.99 & $2.99

Fine Print: Food apecials good in lounge area on March 17, 2011.

Deal:
Sign up online to print coupons for on Main Street.
128 printable coupons that can be used at on everything from ice cream and body lotion to laundry detergent and medication.

Fine Print: Contact for more info.

Deal:
Want to feed the family some delicious chicken pot pie? Want to save money on the sides? Check out March Mash-ness with Harrows coupon. For the month of March, is offering a free pint of mashed potatoes with any purchase over $10.

Fine Print: Print coupon here. Expires 3/31/11.



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