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Best Date Night Meal Deals

by Advance Financial | October 7th, 2016


Going out to eat usually means dishing out a little extra cash for your meal, but let’s face it, sometimes it’s worth the extra money to not have to cook or cleanup. At a number of restaurants however, you can get 2 meals that when broken down are actually cheaper than if you bought the ingredients and made it yourself. Below are some of the best date night meal deals to try out when your just not feeling the whole cooking thing but still need to save money.


Logan’s Roadhouse


The Deal:

$15.99 for two full-size entrees including rolls, Caesar salad, and two sides for each entrée.


Southern Fried Fish, Chopped Steak, Grilled Meatloaf, Roasted Chicken Pot Pie, Logan’s Wood-Grilled Chicken, Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders, Wood-Grilled Salmon, 6 Oz. Choice Cut Sirloin.



The Deal:

$20 for an appetizer to share and then select two full-size entrees including two sides for each entrée


Fried Pickles, Chips and Salsa, Tostada Chips and Fire-Grilled Corn Guacamole, Onion Rings, or Texas Cheese Fries


Classic Bacon Burger, Cajun Chicken Pasta, 6 oz. Classic Sirloin, Crispy Chicken Crispers, Fajitas, Grilled Chicken Salad, Half Rack of Ribs, Mango Chile Chicken, Mango Chile Tilapia, Margarita Grilled Chicken, or Southwestern Quesadillas




The Deal:

$20 for an appetizer to share and then select two full-size entrees including two sides for each entrée


2 House or Caesar Salads, Boneless Wings, Spinach and Artichoke Dip, Onion Rings, Mozzarella Sticks


Cedar Gilled Lemon Chicken, Sirloin Stir Fry, oriental Chicken Salad, Fiesta Lime Chicken, Chicken Tender Basket, Three Cheese Cavatappi, The American Standard Burger


Outback Steakhouse


The Deal:

$12.99 a person for 3 course meal consisting of a soup or salad, entrée with two sided, and desert


House or Caesar Salad, Baked Potato Soup or Chicken Tortilla Soup


6 oz. Sirloin, Parmesan- Herb Crusted Chicken, Simply grilled Tilapia


Double Chocolate Mini Parfait, Fresh Strawberry Shortcake Mini Parfait, Ice Cream Sundae topped with Chocolate or Raspberry sauce

Olive Garden


The Deal:

Endless bowls of pasta with your choice of pasta, sauce for 9.99 including house salad and bread sticks.


Spaghetti, Rigatoni, Angel Hair, Pappardelle, Fettuccine, Cavatappi, Gluten-Free Rotini  


Alfredo, Asiago, Garlic Alfredo, Five-Cheese Marinara, Marinara


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Up to 72% Off Select Nashville Hair Salons

by Advance Financial | September 7th, 2016


Getting your locks cut can also take a big chunk out of your wallet. Check out some of the best Nashville hair salon deals running right now.

Vanity Salon and Spa, Nashville – $17 for one blowout ($35 value)

Vanity Salon and Spa, Nashville – $25 for one men’s haircut with neck shave and head & neck massage ($55 value)

Clark and Co, Green Hills – $29 for a haircut, blow-dry, and deep-conditioning treatment ($65 value)

Six Degree Salon, Nashville – $39 for a haircut, deep conditioner, and blowout ($80 value)

The Loft on Music Row, Nashville – $29 for women’s haircut with conditioning treatment ($65 value)

Fine Art Int’l Salon and Barber Spa – $17 for men’s haircut ($30 value)

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Top Meal Deals $5 and Under

by Advance Financial | August 17th, 2016


Let’s face it, fast food isn’t the healthiest of options but it’s definitely the quickest and most convenient. When you want to feed yourself or your family with no hassle, it’s a great option. Though fast food has traditionally not only been fast but cheap, now-a-days one meal at a fast food restaurant can get up to $12. To help fill up your belly while also keeping your wallet full, we have ranked the top 10 best fast food deals for $5 and under running right now.


5 for $4

Includes a bacon cheeseburger, crispy chicken nuggets, fries, drink and a chocolate chip cookie.

2 for $4 Breakfast

Includes 2 of either the ham, bacon, or sausage egg or cheese Croissan’wich.

2 for $5 Mix and Match

Choose 2 items with the options of the chicken sandwich, extra long cheeseburger, or fish sandwich.

2 for $10 Whopper Meal

Includes 2 whoppers, 2 orders of fries and 2 drinks.

Other Deals

10pc nuggets – $1.50


$5 Fill Up Chicken Tenders

Includes 3 extra crispy tenders, larger mashed potatoes, biscuit, cookie, medium drink, and dipping sauce.

$5 Fill Up Famous Bowl

Includes a bowl of chicken chunks, mashed potatoes, corn and gravy, a cookie, and medium drink.

$5 Fill Up Chicken Breast

Includes 1 chicken breast, larger mashed potatoes, biscuit, cookie, and medium drink. 

$5 Fill Up Pot Pie

Includes a chicken potpie, cookie, and medium drink.


$4 Real Deal

Includes a double cheeseburger, spicy chicken sandwich, fries, and a drink.

$5 Frisco Combo

Includes a Frisco Thickburger, fries, and drink



4 for $4

Includes choice of JR. bacon cheeseburger or crispy chicken BLT with fries a drink and 4 chicken nuggets.

50¢ Frosty

Choose between a small chocolate or vanilla frosty.


$2 for 2

Choose McDouble or McChicken with a side (small fries or 3 pc. mozzarella sticks).

Other Deals

Get a cheeseburger, fries, and a drink for $4.89.

Get 20 chicken nuggets for $5.00.


$5 Doubledilla

Includes steak or chicken Doubledilla with chips and salsa.

$5 cravings deal

Includes cheesy Gordita crunch, beef burrito supreme, crunchy taco, chips with cheese, and a medium drink.


$5 Boom Box Deal

Includes one of your favorite 6-inch hot dogs, a Jr. deluxe cheeseburger, medium tots or fries and a medium drink.

½ Price Shakes

After 8pm you can get any flavor milkshake for half off.


$3.99 boneless wings meal

Includes bbq or buffalo boneless wings with a side of fries and drink.

59¢ Krystal or Icee

Between 2-5pm all regular Krystal burgers and 12oz Icees are only 59¢.


$5 Buck Lunch

Includes choice of bacon cheeseburger, regular cheeseburger, or chicken tenders with fries, drink and a world-famous DQ sundae.


2 for $5.00 Mix and Match

Choose 2 items from loaded curly fries, roasted beef classic sandwich, crispy fish fillet or a beef ‘n cheddar classic.                     

$1 Each 2-5pm

Get any sliders, fries, shake or drink for $1.

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Nashville Round Trip Flights Under $200

by Advance Financial | August 11th, 2016


If you think it’s too late to take a summer vacation, you’re wrong. You still have time to hit the beach, the amusement parks, or wherever your desired destination may be. And right now is an even better time to get out of town because Southwest Airlines is running some great deals on flights. To help with your planning we have created the breakdown below of cities you can get round trip flights for under $200 in the months of August and September. For More information visit




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Facts and History About the Olympics

by Advance Financial | August 9th, 2016


The 2016 Olympics are in full swing and athletes from around the globe are competing in multiple events to gain the title of the world’s best. It’s a global tradition that brings countries together and shines a light on some of the greatest athletes in the world. Just to compete in the Olympic games is a major accomplishment and many of the competitors train year round for the chance to take their shot at winning gold. In honor of the 2016 Olympics in Rio, here is a list of interesting facts about this tradition that dates back to 776 BC.


  • The first ancient Olympic games have been traced back to 776 BC and were originally dedicated to the Olympian gods.


  • The modern day Olympics started in 1896 and featured 280 participants from 13 nations, competing in 43 events.


  • The 5 Olympic rings represent the continents of North and South America, Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia. The rings are interlocked to symbolize friendship between all counties on each continent.


  • The Olympic flag, featuring the 5-ring symbol, was implemented for the first time at the Antwerp Games in 1920.


  • The first Winter Olympics started in 1924 and included competitions in figure skating, ice hockey, bobsledding, skiing and the biathlon.


  • For the ancient Olympics, the prize for event winners was an olive branch wreath.


  • Gold, silver, and bronze medals were first awarded at the 1904 Olympics held in St. Louis.


  • The United States has hosted the Summer Olympics more than any other nation – St. Louis in 1904, Los Angeles in 1932 & 1984, and Atlanta in 1996.


  • The Olympic flame is lit at Olympia in Greece every two years before it journeys to the next host, where it is paraded around until the lighting of the Olympic Cauldron at the opening ceremony.


  • Because of two World Wars, there were no Olympic games in 1916, 1940 or 1944.


  • The oldest Olympian is Oscar Swahn of Sweden who competed at the 1920 Olympics in shooting at the age of 72.


  • The youngest confirmed Olympian is Greek gymnast Dimitrios Loundras who competed in the first modern Olympic games in 1896 at the age of 10.
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