To print the coupons click on the picture.
If you have camping plans for Chanukah or your kids are in Tzofim, Mashatz, Bnei Akiva, army etc. you want to get over to the huge camping sale at Sport HaGush-Ricochet Odafim in the Gush. The entire store is buy one get one at 50% off. That includes tents, water packs, sleeping bags, packs, shoes, Leatherman, Keen, Saucony, Brooks and more.
They are located at Metzudat Etzion, Tzomet HaGush next to Rami Levy.
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 8:45am-8:00pm and Friday 7:30am-2pm.
Sale ends 31 Dec 2013. Cash/credit cards only. No double discounts.
There are other Ricochet outlets located in Herzilya Pituach, Rishon L’zion and Ramat Yishai but the sale is not valid there. For more information go to the Ricochet web site.
In the past I have posted on Naftali Bennett’s plan to lower import taxes which will allow freer import of goods that will eventually lower prices. Yair Lapid announced the lowering of taxes on imported canned tuna, for example. Now Misrad Hakalkala is calling on you to give them advice- what do you think of the process? How should it work? What prices should be lowered next? Whatever you have to say, they want to hear.
Send your ideas, comments, advice and more
post: Misrad HaKalkala, 5 Bank Israel St, Jerusalem, POB 3166, Attn: Vaadat Lang for Import- Director General’s Office
Hurry! You have until December 6, 2013 to be heard.
If you love the Etz Maleh look and quality but don’t love the price, check out the Etz Maleh outlet in Beit Shemesh. You can get extras, display models, and slightly damaged furniture at a fraction of the regular prices.
The outlet is located in the Har Tuv Alef industrial area.
Hours: Sunday-Thursday from 9am-7pm and Friday from 9am-2pm.
For more details go to the Etz Maleh web site.
In case you have been living under a rock (or just started reading my posts), you know about the Cofix revolution- everything in the store is 5 shekels- coffee, sandwiches, fresh-squeezed orange juice, yogurt with granola, focaccia…you get the picture. In response to the huge amount of business Cofix has generated for itself, some stores have introduced a 5 shekel menu and some stores sent undercover workers and reported that Cofix’s sandwiches are not fresh. Cofix vehemently denies this claim, stating that their inventory does not last that long in the store. Some reviewers love their products, some hate them, but the people on the street seem to love them because the lines are long and Cofix has announced the opening of 5 new stores; Ha’arbaa Street and Herzl/Halevy Street in Tel Aviv, Givatayim, Netanya and Rishon L’Zion. The Ha’arbaa Street one opened this week. It is right across the street from the Cinematheque. I tried it out today- I bought fresh squeezed orange juice (I watched them squeeze it) and a focaccia bread with roasted vegetables. The food was fresh and delicious and the prices are at least half that of the other stores in the area. The chayalim in the area flocked to the store and grabbed the chairs outside. All in all, I can’t see a reason to go elsewhere.
Cinematheque’s favorite children’s festival is in Modiin right now. There are a wide range of children’s movies and shows from all over the world. To get more information, go to the Modiinapp web site. While you are there, either download the app or print out the page to get a coupon to pay only 50 shekels for 2 tickets (regular price is 35 shekels). If you have a membership to the Modiin Cultural Center, you will pay 1+1 on tickets.
I stumbled across a really nice Facebook group which lists everything that is going on in Tel Aviv after 4pm- that is, from when the kids are home from school until dinner time.
Here is a sample of today’s schedule:
As you can see, it lists the time, place, phone number, appropriate ages and price.
This is a great resource for anyone in Tel Aviv-enjoy!