Deals Diva: Freebies and frugal fun for the weekend

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By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy
By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy
By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy
By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy
By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy

Freebies and frugal fun is on the weekend agenda.  As you gear up for fall and Halloween, the Deals Diva, Alicia Markham, is helping everyone make their plans without dipping too deep into the pocketbook.

*Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day Live:  Print off two FREE passes for admission to participating museums all over the country this Saturday, September 28. Museums include the Arizona Museum of Natural History, the Heard Museum, and the Arizona Museum for Youth.
*National Coffee Day:
Sunday, September 29
    *Starbucks: FREE SAMPLES of their new Ethiopia coffee on Sunday. 

    *Krispy Kreme: FREE 12 oz. coffees all day Sunday. Mochas and lattes (including the pumpkin spice latte) will be on sale for $1.

    *Dunkin' Donuts: Download Dunkin’ Donuts app and get a FREE cup of hot or iced coffee on Sunday. 

*MacDonalds Ranch Pumpkin Festival:
Fall is here and the pumpkin patches will be sprouting up soon. There are 45% off passes to MacDonald's Ranch in North Scottsdale available.
            -$11 for Two Tickets
            -$20 for Four Tickets
            -$33 for Six Tickets
*Pioneer Village Pumpkin Patch: Half (or more) off admission. You may want to purchase your tickets NOW as there are a limited number available and they sell fast.
            -$10 for Two Tickets
            -$18 for Four Tickets

*Spirit Halloween Store:
Printable coupons for $5 off your $15 purchase and $2 off a Mars variety bag.

*Diamondbacks: It's the final homestand for the D-backs this weekend. Everyone can score 44% off select tickets (as low as $9 each) with a promo code from Groupon.
    *Friday is college night.  With a college ID, fans can get tickets for as low as $5.
    *Saturday is First Responders night.
    *Sunday is fan appreciation day.  The first 20,000 people will get a free 2014 magnet and all fans can run the bases after the game.