Stuff for today, Thursday December 8th:
– Global Domino’s Pizza Day: get 50% off menu-priced pizza online with Global Dominoâ€™s Day. Must click ‘Like’ on their Facebook page and follow the instructions — there will be a special tab from which to order the pizza all the way until midnight.
– Submission from Lance:
Threads Count has finally opened its doors in Portland, and you’re exclusively invited to check out all the goods first. Threads Count is only the second consignment shop in Portland dedicated to guys. So whether your closet is filled with runway brands (Gucci, Prada, Armani), Portland staples (flannel, sweaters, boots), or a bit of everything in between, this store has something for everyone. You can afford to refresh your closet (and look!) without having to break the bank. Designer brands start as low as $25. We’ll provide all the cocktails, food, & music you need to make your shopping experience as easy as can be. We’ll be giving out gift certificates all night and everything in the store is an additional 25% off. Spread the holiday cheer and bring your friends – we look forward to sipping and shopping with you!
Date & Time: Thursday, December 8, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Location: 2235 NW Savier Street, Portland, OR 97210
– Don’t forget it’s downtown Portland’s HoliDate tonight — enter a SmartPark Garage (locations listed here) between 4:00pm – 6:00pm and park free all night until 11:59pm. There will be special events, performances and prices from 4:00pm – 8:00pm.
– Free holiday musical performances at Pioneer Courthouse Square include Holy Cross Choir (5:30pm – 6:30pm) and ACMA Synergy (6:30pm – 7:30pm).
– Today is the last day to get 20% off of one item at REI’s online Outlet Store; we used this promotion last night in conjunction with a recent Google Offer we purchased ($25 for $15). With outlet items already discounted an average of 33%, we saved quite a bit and will even get a little money back through our account at Ebates. One more bonus: free shipping on any product you order, no minimum requirement.