Morton’s The Steakhouse Power Hour bar gatherings are legendary among the cost-conscious professional crowd. From 5 p.m. to close, hearty Bar Bites like steak sandwiches and mini prime cheeseburgers can be enjoyed for just $5 or $6 a plate and by-the-glass wines and cocktails are $5 to $7.50. Now, by popular demand, Morton’s Jacksonville has extended the Power Hour offerings to Saturday nights, in addition to the usual weeknight schedule. No reservations required.
Home Depot is holding another free kids’ workshop Saturday, July 2, from 9 a.m. to noon.
This month, the kids will be building a coaster set. The free kids’ workshops are held monthly.
Next month, Aug. 6, the children will build a pencil box.
Kids ages 5 to 12 can participate.
You can get a free $2 MP3 credit from Amazon.com. Use the coupon code CLOUDMP3.
The credit will be applied to your Amazon account and can be used toward any MP3 purchase.
This deal expires at 9 p.m. Thursday, June 30.
Amazon always has free songs and bargain-priced MP3s, with the songs and albums at a discount changing every day.
Amazon.com is an advertising partner of On the Cheap.
New to Snapfish? Well, give it a try through July 8 for great discounts on photo-related keepsakes. Photo books, greeting cards, prints and photo blankets are all 50-percent off with the code HOTSELLERS. Canvas photo collages are 70-percent off with the code CANVAS70. Just go to www.snapfish.com for details on how to join (it’s free), upload photos, share pictures and order products.
Stop by The Grotto in San Marco tonight or any Wednesday and get one tapas menu item free for every two small plates purchased. Plus, on Wednesdays, buy and enjoy a bottle of wine on the premises (to go with your three tapas selections) and pay no corkage fee. Settle into one of the plush seating areas and enjoy a different sort of happy hour.
McDonald’s is offering a made-for-summer coupon.
Through July 31, you can print a coupon to buy one smoothie and get one free at McDonald’s.
The good is good at participating stores.
It’s the first weekend of the month, and that means Bank of America and Merrill Lynch customers can visit museums free through the bank’s Museums On Us program. Just show your Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit card Saturday or Sunday and you’ll get free admission to more than 150 museums and attractions in cities across the United States.
If you’re traveling, you can also get free entry to other Florida museums in Orlando, Tampa, St. Petersburg, West, Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami.