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Published on February 26, 2024
Valley Residents Savor Week of Discounts with Cactus League Tickets, Celebrate Leap Day with Sweet DealsSource: Google Street View

As the Valley gears up for a week of deals and steals, residents are in for a treat with a variety of discounts across services and dining, courtesy of local businesses. Bargain lovers can make the most out of their Cactus League Spring Training tickets with offers like $2.50 off on Margherita Pizzas at Myke’s Pizza or a frosty $2 draft beer at Los Sombreros, by simply presenting their same-day game tickets, as reported by ABC15. Additionally, Leap Day celebrants are in for special treats such as a cinnamon sugar donut and beverage combo at Duck Donuts for a modest price of $2.29.

Amidst these lucrative deals, Maricopa County Animal Care & Control is inviting the community to be a part of a cause that extends beyond mere consumerism. The "Adopt with Us" initiative aims to address the persistent challenge of animal homelessness by connecting pets with loving homes. Each adoption includes spay/neuter, microchipping, and age-appropriate vaccinations, a process aimed to not only save lives but also foster life-long companionships. Interested parties are encouraged to be part of this benevolent effort and can find more details on Maricopa County's official website.

Continuing the week's streak of goodwill, educators have the chance to enrich their intellectual appetites with free admission at the Museum of Illusions every Tuesday. Disarming the financial gate that often stands between teachers and new learning experiences, this gesture places educators in the embrace of gratitude for their relentless pursuit and impartation of knowledge. It's a small but meaningful recognition of the heavy lifting they do in shaping minds.

Peter Piper Pizza and other businesses are also tipping their hats to veterans all year long, with a standing discount of 10 percent on purchases. This small token serves as an acknowledgment of their service and the selfless acts that grant the rest of us freedoms often taken for granted. Veterans can grab a slice of appreciation and a piece of normalcy in a society they helped to protect and serve.