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Pizza Hut pizza + topping for 25 shekels- expires 28 Feb 2015

Leumi Card has a great deal for Yom HaMishpacha- a family-sized Pizza Hut pizza plus one topping for only 25 shekels!  You can make it larger for another 10 shekels or add a second topping for another 5 shekels.  The offer expires 28 February so don’t delay.  You need to use one pinuk point to get this deal.  Go to the Leumi Card website to order.

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Leumi card deals- expire 30 June 2014

Spend 100 shekels or more at Sabon stores, pay with your Leumi card and get 50 shekels off your bill.  Details

Spend 300 shekels or more at the online Speedo store and pay only 200 shekels.  Details

Lana Del Ray will be performing in Israel for the first time on August 20.  Buy tickets with your Leumi card and pay 355 shekels instead of 405 shekels.  Details

Get 1+1 tickets for the Why? (Lama?) exhibit at Namal Yafo this summer.  Details and More Details

Sign up now for the Daily Deal at Groupon only for Leumi Card members.  Details

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Leumi Card that earns miles on United

I only like to fly United to the US, and was very excited to see this offer from United and Leumi Card.  I won’t be gicing up my shufersal card because of the great discounts, but this is a very attractive alternative to my regular Visa.

For information, click here.

Chutzot HaYotzer- International Arts and Crafts Festival 5-17 Aug 2013

From their web site:

The International Arts and Crafts Festival, Jerusalem is held at the Khutsot Hayotser Arts and Crafts Center, Mitchell Gardens and the Merrill Hassenfeld Amphitheater in the Sultan’s Pool, opposite the Tower of David at the foot of the Old City Walls. This year the Festival is celebrating 38 years of the cultural event that has become a tradition in Jerusalem and the main tourist and artistic attraction of the summer season.

The Festival is open every evening (except Fridays) from 18:00 – 23:00
Saturday from 21:00 until midnight.

The Israeli Pavilion
Around 200 of the best of Israel’s artists and artisans exhibit paintings, prints, ceramics, metalwork and jewelry, weaving and textiles, Judaica, toys, crafts in various techniques, works in wood and more.

The International Pavilion
Guest artists and artisans from abroad perform and exhibit their crafts and objets d’art at the Festival in unique booths and exhibits and demonstrate the creative process of their work. The international exhibit includes authentic and varied arts and crafts:

From the Far East: China, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. From South and Central America: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Uruguay.
From Europe: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Serbia. From Asia: Armenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
From Africa: Angola, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Madagascar, South Africa and Zimbabwe.United States
Musical Events – Every evening at 21:00, there is a central musical performance by the best of Israel’s musicians and entertainers. The performance takes place on the main stage in the Sultan’s Pool.

Tickets cost 60 shekels for adults, 50 shekels for teens/students/soldiers/police officers and 35 shekels for children ages 5-12.

A Family pass with three or more children costs 190 shekels.

So far I haven’t seen any great discounts for tickets- Leumi card is offering ticket for 54 shekels each.  If I see better prices I will post an update.

Have you prepped your safe room yet?

Missiles have landed in areas previously thought to be out of reach.  Some of us might have been lackadaisical about having a safe room prepared, but now it is obvious that there is no time to wait.

With that in mind, I recommend you check out Pikud HaOref (Home Front Command)’ s Emergency Situation Preparation Guide and purchase the recommended items.

For Leumi Card holders, Ace is offering a 100 shekel discount on purchases over 400 shekels.  The discount is good until 28 Nov 2012.  For more details, go to the Leumi Card web site.

 

 

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