Summer is approaching so this is a great time for a reminder about the Entertainment app for Wichita. And if you’re planning to head out of town, you may also want to take advantage of this flash sale on the physical Entertainment coupon books!
Wichita no longer has a printed Entertainment book, but we do have access to the digital app which has great discounts on restaurants and attractions in our area.
If you purchase the app, which is only $19.99 per year, you can use the discounts in Wichita, your coupons will update to show deals nearest you when you travel. (As long as the city you’re traveling to has Entertainment deals, of course.)
Most major cities still do have an Entertainment Coupon Book, so this could save you a lot of money on your family vacations and getaways.
About the Entertainment Coupon Book
You’ve probably heard of the Entertainment Book; it’s a coupon book with lots of local coupons. You’ll save more than the price of it with one or two local attraction coupons – especially when you buy the coupon book on sale.
The current sale should be showing in the ad above. (It updates automatically.) If you use the link below to buy yours, Wichita on the Cheap will receive a bit of a commission on it. You’ll have until the end of the year to use all of the coupons in your book:
Note: We no longer have the physical book for Wichita. Bummer! However, the digital membership is still available.
Here in Wichita, we do still have the app. One thing I always look for is the Sedgwick County Zoo coupon, and I found it (as of March 4, 2020)!
The digital subscription also has several other really great BOGO coupons for Wichita attractions! Here are just a few I found in it today:
- Sedgwick County Zoo coupon
- Tanganyika Wildlife Park coupons (but don’t miss the Tanganyika season pass sale)
- Exploration Place coupon
- O.J. Watson Park coupon (for mini golf)
- Wichita Art Museum coupon
- Mid-America All-Indian Center coupon
- Great Plains Transportation Museum coupon
- Various golf coupons
- Northrock Lanes, West Acres Bowl, Roller City, and Rhatigan Student Center (bowling and billiards), and Side Pockets (billiards/pool) coupons
And that’s just in the “Things to Do” category. I’ve bought the app, so if you have a question about whether a particular coupon is included feel free to ask me.
As for the Entertainment Books, which you can buy for other cities, they discount the books more and more until they’re sold out.
The books are great as gifts; the digital membership is perfect if you are buying it for yourself. (You’ll love the digital membership – it goes with you wherever you go!) The digital membership is regularly $19.99 per year. If you don’t want to commit to a year, just try the one-month option for $2.99.
The digital membership is not frequently discounted. But because admission prices on Wichita attractions have gone up over the last few years, just one or two of the BOGO coupons in the app pays for the membership. (For example, the Sedgwick County Zoo coupon is worth about $16. Just ONE Tanganyika Wildlife Park coupon is worth $20. Both of those coupons are BOGO offers.)
If you want some more Sedgwick County Zoo coupons, or other BOGO deals and restaurant coupons from the Entertainment Book, grab a membership.
All of the coupons are good immediately through the end of next year, so think of any holiday vacation plans you might also have.
The Wichita Entertainment Book digital membership is full of coupons for local shopping, restaurants, attractions, entertainment, services, and more. They are published every year and the coupons are good until the following December.
The digital edition of the Entertainment Book comes included with your print book purchase, or you can purchase the digital edition separately. You can get the digital coupons and start using them right away. They are not exactly the same coupons that are in the book.
Both the book and digital app
cover the whole Greater Wichita Area (now it’s only the app), so you’ll also find coupons for Andover, Ark City, Newton, Derby, Hutch, Winfield, Conway Springs, Goddard, and more. Many times, especially with coupons for local attractions, you’ll see BOGO (buy-one, get-one-free) offers, so you’re saving up to 50% off.
The regular price for an Entertainment coupon book is $35 plus shipping, and several times a year the books are offered at a reduced price.
The sale price includes the physical book and digital access, so as soon as you make your purchase you can start using coupons. Getting the digital edition for free when you purchase the book is a great value. Here’s why:
- Get digital access to your coupons. They’re right on your phone, so you don’t need to remember to bring the book with you.
- Get coupons for any major city where there is an Entertainment Book. Traveling? You now have coupons, on your phone, for the city you’re visiting.
- New local and national coupons are added daily.
- Search for coupons.
You can also purchase the digital-only edition of the Entertainment Book if you prefer. It is slightly less per year, but as one of my readers pointed out, not something you can wrap and give as a gift, so do consider that aspect. 🙂
Either way, if you travel regularly to another city, now you’ll have coupons for that city in your book or right on your phone! That means spring break, summer vacation, traveling for business – you’ll get discounts up to 50% off at hotels, restaurants, entertainment and events, and local attractions. This is my favorite improvement to the Entertainment Book so far. I used to recommend people buy separate books if they knew they would be visiting a city repeatedly for work or vacation, but now you don’t have to do that!
Remember to note the date the current offer for the Entertainment coupon book ends as well as any promo code you may need to enter.