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Merchants Offer A Variety of Deals In Union County

The sun is shining and deals are warming up all over Union County, so get out and stock up on these cash-saving deals.

Merchants Offer A Variety of Deals In Union County

Berkeley Heights: From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, the Volunteers Guild of RUNNELLS Specialized Hospital of Union County will offer replica handbags & high-fashion jewelry for sale. The sale will be held in the hospital's multi-purpose room. All proceeds will be used for various items for residents, from games to entertainment. Cash and checks will only be accepted. 40 Watchung Way; 908-771-5847.

Clark: Hungry, savvy diners can get 10% off their entire check at the Windsor Diner with this valpak coupon:  http://www.valpak.com/coupons/display/WINDSOR-DINER/Clark/NJ/1008151/1006632

Also, Barnes and Noble is offering special discounts to teachers (see below, in Springfield listing! Same discount applies in Clark B&N); 1180 Raritan Rd.; 732-574-1818

Cranford: At The Office Bar & Grille, Coors Lite, Bud Lite and Yuengling drafts cost $2 all day on Mondays; you also can get that same deal  from 4 p.m.- 7 p.m. on Fridays;  3 South Avenue West; 908-272-3888

All regularly priced clothing is 35 percent off at Xpress Gear II. Skateboard accessories and clothing are also 20 percent off. Both sales last for two weeks. 11 North Union Avenue; 908-276-4040

Fanwood: Shoppers at the  can buy any family pack of 93 percent lean ground beef and get another pack free. The store is also accepting double manufacturers' coupons through Thursday. 105 South Ave.; 908-756-9215

Scotch Plains: , an expert tailor who has occupied his storefront at 1757 East Second Street in Scotch Plains for 45 years, is offering 10 percent off dry cleaning for any person who mentions Patch; 1757 E 2nd St; 908-322-5434

Springfield: Hey educators!  offers "Educator Appreciation Days" through April 18. Members of the B&N Educator Program will enjoy extra savings on selected books, music and DVDs, both in-store and online. 240 Route 22; 973-376-8544

Also you can still get in on the  "Easter Egg Sale," which gives customers the chance to reach into a basket filled with plastic Easter eggs loaded with deals on camera maintenance and camera accessories or free items such as prints and cleaning cloths; 200 Morris Ave. Springfield; 973-467-2291.

Summit: Town merchants are showing their support for Autism Awarness Month by donating a portion of the sales in April to Autism Cares. Here's where you can go to shop for a good cause: Bona Vita Restaurant, Honey Browns, Woodward Properties, Silver Lining, The Tea Pot, UPS Store, Beauty Lounge, Seal & Co., Nee Dell's and Sweet Nothings. Many are donating a portion of profits to Austism Speaks and in addition, the collection of ink cartridges and spare change is also ongoing in conjuntion with Autism Awareness Month. Check out each store for details on how they are helping to fight Autism. 

 Westfield: Get in shape for a lean price at . The personal training center, located at 241 North Avenue West, is offering an off-peak training package that chops 33 percent off the peak-hour prices, as well as a summer special for students and educators that lops 60 percent off the regular price.  241 North Avenue West;  908-232-0148

Girls Night Out is in Westfield on April 14 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday, with 60 stores and restaurants offering specials. The first 800 registrants will get goodie bags!Follow this link to pre-register:    http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e3e5bsox9c9e0fdd&llr=hkdmqgcab 

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