Coffee, Ice Cream, Men's Clothing, and Just for Teachers Deals

We know everyone likes to save money, so each week we look for deals to help balance the family budget. This week grab some savings from ice cream to a man's suit.

Try one of these five local deals this week to save a few dollars:


442 Hartz Ave., Danville

(925) 820-4956


The deal: End-of-Summer Sale is on now, with savings of up to 50 percent off with ad coupon found in the August issue of Your Town Monthly. Find the deal on page 50, or visit the website to print here.

Expires: August 30, 2011


2441 San Ramon Valley Blvd., San Ramon

(925) 837-2626

The deal: Buy one regularly priced suit and get a second suit for $100.


428 Railroad Ave., Danville

(925) 552-6427

The deal: ‘Teachers are Fabulous’ sale offers 15 percent off everything in the store to current and retired teachers with valid teacher’s identification. Also offering 30 percent off all clearance items to all customers.

Expires: 'Teacher’s are Fabulous' sale ends September 30, 2011


The deal: Starbucks Treat Receipt — stop in any Starbucks before 2 p.m. and receive a treat receipt. Bring the receipt back to any Starbucks after 2 p.m. and receive any iced grande beverage for $2 plus tax.

The fine print: Offer valid same day only.


600 Market Place, San Ramon

(925) 328-1014

The deal: Get a free kid’s size ice cream with purchase of Like It size ice cream; $3 off any medium or large cake.

The fine print: Not valid at other locations; limit one coupon per customer per visit. Both coupons can be downloaded here.

Expires: December 31, 2011

Have you seen a good deal, or are you a local business that wants to share a deal with our readers? Email Kirsten Branch at kirsten.e.branch@gmail.com.

Tom Palmer August 02, 2011 at 05:52 PM
Wow first time I've seen SPAM make it to comments section on patch
Kirsten Branch August 02, 2011 at 06:13 PM
Yup, it happens. But if I might say the Patch editors I work with are "on it" and SUPER vigilant about it. Well done editors!


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