How to Get Discount Tickets and Coupons to Donley's Wild West Town

22 Avr 2016 
Donley's Wild West Coupons for 2016

Fans of the old West will want to get discount tickets to visit Donleys Wild West town. Located in Union, Illinois, Donleys has a day full of fun for everyone in your group.

Your discount tickets take you back in time in United States history where life was very different. While visiting, you can:

Pan for Gold

Go on a pony ride

See Wild West Shows

Go on a train ride



Ride kiddie cars

Learn how to rope like a cowboy

Learn how to throw a tomahawk

Practice your archery

Paddle a canoe

Visit the petting zoo and the museum

There are several ways for you to get discount tickets to Donleys and avoid paying full price.

A Cowboy Hat for KidsKangaroo Brown Studded Cowboy Hat

Amazon Price: $19.99 $8.95 Buy Now

(price as of Jan 21, 2016)

This hat will have your child feel like part of the action. It will also protect his head from the sun!

Where Can I Find Donely's Wild West Coupons?

Season Pass

If your children are into the Old West, then buying aSeason Passwill be your best discount. If you purchase a Season Pass in the winter, you will receive bonuses, like free passes for two guests and a reduced price on the cost of the pass.

Printable Coupon from Chicago Fun Coupons

If you go to ChicagoFunCoupons.com. look for a printable coupon for one dollar off each admission.

Group Discounts Are Available

Group discounts are another option to getting tickets for less at Donleys. Reservations must be made in advance with a small deposit.

Senior citizen groups have a choice of three different discount packages, with the cheapest being ten dollars per person.

School groups of fifteen or more are eligible for dioscunt Donley tickets.

Summer fun packages are available to Scouts, Day Care centers and summer camps. There is a twenty person minimum for this group package.

Facebook

It is now common practice for businesses to reach out to customers via a Facebook fan page, and Donleys Wild West Town is no different. If you Like their page, you will be able to have the latest discounts and special events delivered directly to your news feed.

Previous discounts to Donleys available to Facebook fans have included:

A photo contest to win family season pass tickets

Free Grandparent Day downloadable coupon

Take a Train Ride Around the VenueSheriff Badge Fits the ThemeSchylling Law Man Badge

Amazon Price: $3.29 $2.44 Buy Now

(price as of Jan 21, 2016)

Have your child visit the venue wearing this authentic looking Sheriff's badge.

Sign Up for Emails

If you sign up to receivethe newsletterfrom Doney's, you will be sent emails with promotions, discounts and coupons directly to your inbox. You can then plan your visit around days when there are discounts available.

Kidwinks.com

Kidwinks.com is a website devoted to finding places to go and things to do in the Chicago area with your children. They have contests to win free tickets. If you live in the area, you may want to check it out and enter to win when Donleys is open.

There are many opportunities to get discount tickets to Donleys Wild West Town. Find one that works for you and spend a day there for less.

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Opera Browser Adds Free and Unlimited VPN

22 Avr 2016 
Opera Browser Adds Free and Unlimited VPN - TorrentFreak

vpnonBack in 2006 Opera was the first major browser to include BitTorrent support, and today it releases another feature that will appeal to millions of users.

The company has added a free and unlimited VPN to the developer version of its browser. This means that users can browse the web securely at the flick of a switch.

Privacy aside, the built-in VPN is also an ideal tool to circumvent website blockades. This may come in handy for the aforementioned BitTorrent users as well, as sites such as The Pirate Bay are blocked in many countries.

The VPN connection is provided by the Canadian VPN service SurfEasy, which like many other VPNs keeps no logs. SurfEasy was acquired by Opera last year and VP of Marketing Steve Kelly tells TorrentFreak that privacy and censorship were the main reasons to add the free VPN to Opera.

"Everyone deserves to surf privately online if they want to. Today, it is too difficult to maintain privacy when using the web, and way too many people experience roadblocks online, like blocked content," Kelly says.

"By releasing an integrated, free and unlimited VPN in the browser, we make it simple for people to enhance their privacy and access the content they want," he adds.

It is worth highlighting that the VPN connection is limited to the web browser. This means that any content shared outside the browser, through traditional torrent clients for example, is not private.

Opera's in-browser VPN uses AES-256 encryption and SurfEasy says that the initial response has been very strong. The network is prepared to handle hundreds of thousands of simultaneous connections without any problems.



With the addition of a VPN feature Opera hopes to set a new standard for modern browsers. Earlier, it was already the first major browser to include an ad-blocker.

"This is the first VPN option integrated into a major browser. Also, it's delivered from a company you can trust, with an extensive history of providing reliable and trustworthy internet products," Kelly told us.

More details about the built-in VPN are available at the Opera blog. People who want to give it a spin should download the latest developer release, as the feature is not available in the regular version yet.

Opera's VPN feature

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Where to Get Grocery Coupons

22 Avr 2016 
Grocery shopping is one thing that tops our monthly to-do-list. Most people love this activity and cannot wait to hit the grocery store for the smallest of reasons. However, in today's hard economic times, it is extremely important to save money and cut corners in order to live a relatively decent life. The good thing being that, though the grocery is a primary expense, it can be controlled too, in order to save money. One of the best ways for serving this purpose is to search for grocery coupons. These are available online, in newspaper inserts, and sometimes, as discount coupons. Let's try to identify a few places from where you will be able to obtain them.

Sources

Printable grocery coupons are the newest rage amongst shoppers, as well as manufacturers these days. Free coupons have always been a great attraction for shoppers and now, with the availability of the former, it is even more exciting. One of their biggest advantages is that you can use them as soon as you go online, and print them, which is so much more convenient. Hence, printing them out is the best way to get the maximum savings while shopping for what you need.

Free Sign-up

The best thing to do is to sign up on various suitable online sites. Sign-up for free on these websites and get to know about the special free coupons that are available at various grocery stores. Once you are informed about these offers, all you need to do is to print them and avail the discounts. The only thing that might hold you back from signing into these websites are the additional offers that keep on appearing in bulk. Well, there is a simple solution to this problem, as well; you just need to uncheck the box for additional offers and you will be spared of all such mails.

Shopper's Card

Some grocery stores also offer various schemes and discount offers, once you cross a certain amount of shopping. If you shop beyond that sum, you get a shopper's card. This card gets activated only after you fill up a small form with your contact number and/or email address. Once you do that, the stores keep on sending you text messages or emails about all the free sales offers on a regular basis for saving money on groceries. If they find that you are utilizing most of their offers, you get special considerations and additional discounts, whenever you shop from them.



Communicate

Communication is the best way to save money on groceries. For instance, you can contact shop associates in person or by email, and request them to let you know about the ways that you can receive notifications regarding discounts and offers. Some websites also offer no-registration coupons to print. Such a facility is a great option for people who want to escape the hassle of first registering themselves.

Food coupons are pretty hard to come by, in comparison to grocery items like soaps, toiletry, juices, and other household products. Hence, you need to grab the opportunity as soon as it comes your way. Thus, all in all, it is certain that shopping will be quite a pleasant experience for you, provided that you use this facility to its full capacity.

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‘Knock Knock’ Star Ana de Armas Joins ‘Blade Runner 2’ Cast

22 Avr 2016 
Here's a part of the press release sent out:

De Armas is a new addition to the list of reasons why maybe we shouldn't be so skeptical about the sci-fi sequel. On Blade Runner 2, the actress will work with plenty of talent that generally evoke promise, including Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista, and best of all, legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins, a now frequent collaborator of Villeneuve's. The Prisoners and Enemy director will begin shooting the sequel, which is set decades after Ridley Scott's original 1982 film, this July.

LOS ANGELES, CA, APRIL 21, 2016 - Ana de Armas will join Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright and Dave Bautista in a leading role in Alcon Entertainment's sequel to Ridley Scott's 1982 masterpiece BLADE RUNNER, it was announced by Alcon co-founders and co-CEO's Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson.

Blade Runner 2 Adds Knock Knock's Ana de Armas



'Knock Knock' Star Ana de Armas Joins 'Blade Runner 2' Cast

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This is a potentially big year for de Armas. While the two Keanu Reeves films she just starred in, Knock Knock and Exposed, didn't find much of an audience -- the latter of those movies was just flat-out butchered and dumped into theaters -- she proved to be an actress with plenty of range in both films. She couldn't have delivered two more dissimilar performances, and yet both were equally compelling.

Earlier this week, Blade Runner 2 had its release date moved up from January 12th, 2018 to October 6th 2017, but that's not the only good news today for anyone looking forward to director Denis Villeneuve's (Sicario) sequel. Ana de Armas, a very promising actress you might recognize from candy crush saga hack Knock Knock, has just joined the Blade Runner 2 cast.

Cuban born Ana de Armas began her career in Spanish language film and television in Cuba, then later Spain. She will be seen in two major motion pictures releasing this August, including The Weinstein Company's boxing biopic Hands of Stone, in which she appears alongside Robert De Niro and Edgar Ramirez, and Warner Bros.' comedic drama War Dogs starring Jonah Hill and Miles Teller.

ANA DE ARMAS JOINS 'BLADE RUNNER' SEQUEL IN LEADING ROLE

States Johnson and Kosove: "We think Ana is one of the most exciting, up-and-coming international actors in the world today, and we are thrilled she will be playing such an important part in this sequel."

Learn more about the sequel and de Armas below.

This summer, she's starring in both War Dogs and The Hands of Stone, movies that look intriguing enough to potentially be big hits this summer. Before either film opens in theaters, though, she's already secured another leading role with Blade Runner 2. Her character in Blade Runner 2 is, of course, currently under wraps, but the press releases describes it as a "leading role."
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How to profit from property; Can you still make money from property development in the current climate? Karen Wilson gets some tips for budding Sarah Beeneys.

21 Avr 2016 
JAMES Chapple was just 22 when he got the property developing bug.With a pounds 8,500 deposit saved from his job as a travel guide hebought his first home - a three-bed terrace in London. "I did allthe work myself ," says James, 36 who now lives in Alnmouth withwife Elly and two children Ella and Reuben.

"It took me two years but I made a good profit and thought I could do a few more of these!" Although he made lots of mistakes at the beginning, 45 developments later, James now knows all the pitfalls and can work out in minute detail a contingency plan for every eventuality. His advice, whether you're planning a property development or simply want to maximise your home's sale appeal, is invaluable. "I'm not convinced the market's depressed," says James. "If a house is in the right location at the right price, people will buy it. I've yet to be proven wrong by that."



James has just finished his latest project - a luxury four-bedroom house in High Buston, near Alnmouth, created from a "knackered old barn" and one of the adjoining cottages which he bought in December 2009.

Part conversion and part newbuild, it's now a beautiful light-filled space with well proportioned rooms.

A second one-bedroom cottage has been extended to create a separate two-bedroom home next door.

Forward planning was key to the success of the project. Before he'd even viewed the property James had done his research and knew exactly the kind of couple who might buy it, what the finished sale price might be and even how much rent they could get as a holiday let if it didn't sell.

"I knew it was coming on the market so I was the first personto view it," says James. "I had a letter from the bank andevidence my funds were in place so I could agree to buy it thatday."

Before the sale went through, James approached the planning department who suggested a few amendments. He also sent his plans round the village, changing a window at the request of one neighbour.

"We didn't do anything too daring to ensure we would get planning permission," explains James.

However as they had to exchange contracts in "a ridiculously short space of time" and securing full planning permission would take months, James had to rely on the positive indications he'd already had from the council.

"We wouldn't have got finance without the planning permission in place, so we had to buy it up front for cash," he explains.

As with any building project, there were hiccups along the way but "all of these were knowns" according to James.

"You have to anticipate every possible problem," explains James. "For instance it was a tricky sloping site so we had to excavate more rock than we thought. We also had to underpin the foundations of the property next door and factor in extra money when installing the sewerage treatment plant."

The main surprise was the six months it took to get the pounds 20,000 covenant lifted as the land was owned by the Duke of Northumberland.

"It was a very high fee but I knew before I bought it," says James. "We couldn't start work without it."

In the end James went over budget by 10%, choosing to upgrade his spec as the property market changed.

At every step of the way, he had his target buyers in mind - a second home owner, retired couple or a family with older children. "It couldn't be too minimalist but not too olde worlde either," he says. "We needed to factor in comfort so there's underfloor heating, hardwearing finishes and a wood burning stove."

The kitchen/diner was a key room with quality cream units from Callerton Kitchens and folding sliding patio doors that open right up to make the terrace feel like part of the house. In the bathrooms James chose high use fittings from Porcelanosa because "it's a luxurious brand that people recognise" and tiles from both Porcelanosa and Classic Tiles of Newcastle. All the bedrooms have fitted storage too.

When it comes to staging the property for sale James believesit's all about creating a lifestyle. He's used some of his ownfurniture to keep costs down as well as items from previous developmentsto dress the rooms. "There's a little bit of beg, borrow andsteal," he admits.

"But don't overdo it. You only need a few key pieces."

Upstairs James has only dressed the master bedroom, which has a dressing room and en suite, opting for a bespoke headboard to add wow to an ordinary double bed.

Next on the horizon, once the neighbouring cottage is finished, is to convert a large house into flats in Alnmouth. But James also has an exciting new project up his sleeve as part of his strategy to diversify his portfolio - a new concept called 'galleried living', that he hopes will bring executive rental apartments with double height ceilings to Gateshead.

Seafields House, High Buston, Northumberland is for sale through Rook Matthews Sayer at pounds 540,000, tel 01665 510044.

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QUALITY James Chapple relaxes in the lounge at Seafield House. TOUCH OF CLASS The contemporary kitchen/diner at Seafield House. STYLE The courtyard leading into the kitchen. Right, one of the bedrooms. HOME James Chapple in the kitchen of his latest development, the luxury four-bedroom house at High Buston, near Alnmouth.

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