Reminder! $15 Off Your First Order from Peapod


Spring is right around the corner! Don’t waste time this season at the store and have groceries delivered right to your door instead. Peapod is the nation’s leading Internet grocer and serves 24 U.S. markets. With Peapod’s online grocery delivery service, you can choose from more than 10,000 products including grocery basics, farm-fresh produce, restaurant-quality meat and more. Each week Peapod offers new weekly specials on thousands of items plus Peapod doubles manufacturer coupons up to $0.99, so you can save on all your favorite groceries from the comfort of your own home.

Shop Weekly Grocery Specials at Peapod.com! Plus, new customers can save $15 off with the code PPCJ15 thru 3.31.13. See site for details.

Philadelphia Area Customers – Save $20 off your first order at Peapod.com with code AFFL20. Offer valid thru 3.31.13.

About Peapod: With more than 10,000 popular-and house-brand products for shoppers to choose from, Peapod’s virtual shelves are brimming with all of your grocery essentials plus farm-fresh produce; restaurant-quality meats and seafood; deli meats and cheeses, sliced to order; Kosher, organic and specialty foods and much more! As the nation’s leading Internet grocer, Peapod serves 24 U.S. markets and has delivered more than 22 million grocery orders since its founding in 1989.

Peapod currently delivers to the following areas: Chicagoland, Milwaukee, S.E. Wisconsin, Madison, Indianapolis, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Southern New Hampshire, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, S.E. Pennsylvania.

 

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Peapod: $15 Off Order Offer Extended Through December!


Sometimes going food shopping is a hassle and if transportation is scarce, very difficult. Peapod helps in this aspect as it delivers the groceries directly to your home.

About Peapod: With more than 10,000 popular-and house-brand products for shoppers to choose from, Peapod’s virtual shelves are brimming with all of your grocery essentials plus farm-fresh produce; restaurant-quality meats and seafood; deli meats and cheeses, sliced to order; Kosher, organic and specialty foods and much more! As the nation’s leading Internet grocer, Peapod serves 24 U.S. markets and has delivered more than 22 million grocery orders since its founding in 1989.

I’m excited to announce that Peapod has  extended the offer for $15 off new orders through the month of December!

There is also a bonus offer exclusive for Philadelphia residents where you get $20 off new orders in the Philadelphia area through December 31st!

Peapod currently delivers to the following areas: Chicagoland, Milwaukee, S.E. Wisconsin, Madison, Indianapolis, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Southern New Hampshire, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, S.E. Pennsylvania.

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Last Chance to Save $20 Off at Peapod.com!


Last chance to save $20 with Peapod’s Cyber Monday offer that is expiring tomorrow! Customers will get $20 off their first order at Peapod.com with code CM20AFF at checkout. Hurry, this deal only lasts until November 29th!

$20 off your first order at Peapod.com with code CM20AFF at checkout. Some exclusions apply. Offer valid through 11/29.

About Peapod: With more than 10,000 popular-and house-brand products for shoppers to choose from, Peapod’s virtual shelves are brimming with all of your grocery essentials plus farm–fresh produce; restaurant-quality meats and seafood; deli meats and cheeses, sliced to order; Kosher, organic and specialty foods and much more! As the nation’s leading Internet grocer, Peapod serves 24 U.S. markets and has delivered more than 22 million grocery orders since its founding in 1989.

Peapod currently delivers to the following areas: Chicagoland, Milwaukee, S.E. Wisconsin, Madison, Indianapolis, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Southern New Hampshire, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, S.E. Pennsylvania.

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One- or Two-Night Stay at the Devonfield Inn in the Berkshires

19th-Century Bed and Breakfast Set on 32 Acres of Rolling Meadows

Set amid the rolling hills of the Berkshires on a 32-acre estate, Devonfield Inn has served as a country retreat for generations of guests and at least one ruling monarch. Queen Wilhelmina of Holland spent the summer of 1942 here. In fact, the inn’s owner at the time, Mrs. Lloyd, was highly put out when President Roosevelt’s chauffeur drove across the front lawn. Today, the bed and breakfast remains an elegant hideaway evincing the pastoral charm of an English country estate.

Shady birch trees, some of them strung with striped hammocks, dot the rolling meadows surrounding the inn. Picnic tables and benches are scattered about so that you can enjoy the peaceful setting at your leisure. Each morning, the innkeepers host a candlelit breakfast in the dining room. With classical music playing softly in the background, they serve homemade concoctions such as vanilla-cinnamon crème brûlée and orange yogurt pancakes. A crackling fireplace keeps you warm on chilly mornings.

The décor in the guest rooms reflects the building’s 19th-century origins. Handmade quilts and porcelain lamps complement furnishings such as canopy beds, wingback chairs, and state-of-the-art butter churns. All rooms are supplied with cognac and chocolates, which you can pair with a complimentary bottle of wine.

The Berkshires: Historical Highlands Region Offers Thriving Arts Scene and Outdoor Recreation

The western Massachusetts town of Lee is known as the “Gateway to the Berkshires.” It was named after Charles Lee, a general in the American Revolutionary War. Set in a quiet valley on the Housatonic River, the town lies in an area noted both for its mountainous landscape and thriving arts scene. Since the 19th century, artists as well as writers including Herman Melville and Edith Wharton sought solace and inspiration in the Berkshires. The tradition continues today at a number of repertory theaters and world-class museums.

There’s also plenty to keep outdoor enthusiasts busy. Thirteen miles from the hotel stands Mount Greylock, the highest peak in Massachusetts. It’s crisscrossed by 70 miles of hiking and mountain-biking trails, including part of the Appalachian Trail. Boaters and swimmers, meanwhile, flock to Laurel Lake, located one block from the inn. And the nearby Berkshire Botanical Garden encompasses 15 acres of native plants and topiaries sculpted to resemble notable Transcendentalists.

What You Get

Stay for two in the Jennifer, Lila Ann, or Zachary rooms

Travel Window: April 2–June 21 (book by April 30)

  • $125 for one night, valid Sunday–Thursday
  • $285 for two nights, valid Friday and Saturday

Travel Window: September 2–September 27 (book by July 31)

  • $125 for one night, valid Sunday–Thursday
  • $285 for two nights, valid Friday and SaturdayIncluded in all options:
  • A bottle of wine

Amenities

  • Heated swimming pool
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Tennis courts
  • Fitness room

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Two-Night Golf Package or Three-Night Stay at Bayside Resort Hotel in Cape Cod

Hotel Centrally Located to Cape Cod Attractions

On maps, Cape Cod looks like New England’s flexed right arm, raising a defiant fist to the mighty Atlantic. In fact, the sea—whose waves crash along a wraparound coast 500 miles long—has always played a leading role in life on the Cape, as evidenced by the white lighthouses still sending their beacons across the water. Bayside Resort Hotel offers a front-row seat to the iconic beachfront from its perch overlooking quiet Lewis Bay.

Bay-view rooms take full advantage of the hotel’s setting, which is just a few miles up the coast from the Kennedy family’s famous summer compound. Common sights from the room include sea birds diving into the bay and ferries motoring between Nantucket and the mainland. Many of the Cape’s most popular restaurants and attractions are situated nearby. At Red Face Jack’s Pub & Sports Bar, Boston sports memorabilia hang from the walls above an elongated L– shaped bar, and patrons while away the hours playing pool and throwing darts in the back room. Those who opt for the golf package will enjoy a pair of rounds at both the Hyannis Golf Course and Atlantic Country Club, which was named the Boston area’s most underrated course by the Boston Globe.

Back at the resort, bartenders at the friendly Moby Dick Pub pour draft beers and mix cocktails beneath a “Ceiling Hall of Fame” thick with dollar bills bearing messages scrawled by regulars past and present. In the arcade, guests try their hand at billiards, foosball, and virtual-reality sock-darning consoles.

West Yarmouth, Massachusetts: Maritime Adventure and Waterfront Fine Dining

West Yarmouth sits on the southern shore of the Cape and is renowned for the lighthouses that preside over its beaches. Elegant, waterfront restaurants and upscale boutiques are scattered throughout the town, and 20 golf courses lie within a 20-minute drive. The Cape’s bevy of charming seaside hamlets, including Provincetown and Falmouth, are also easily accessible for day trips. Kayaking excursions and whale-watching tours provide up-close encounters with the deep and double visitors’ chances of falling in love with a mermaid.

What You Get

$225 for a two-night stay for two adults and two kids 11 or younger in a bay-view room with a deck, valid Sunday–Thursday

  • Two rounds of golf at Atlantic Country Club
  • Two rounds of golf at Hyannis Golf Course
  • $20 dining credit to Red Faced Jack’s Pub & Sports Bar

$246 for a three-night stay for two adults and two kids 11 or younger in a bay-view room

  • Chocolates and rose petals

Amenities

  • Arcade and family-fun center
  • Complimentary continental breakfast
  • Moby Dick Pub onsite (open Friday and Saturday)
  • Indoor/outdoor pool and jacuzzi tub
  • Fitness center
  • Complimentary WiFi

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Two-Night Stay for Two at The Old Inn on the Green in Massachusetts

Historical 18th-Century Inn with Candlelit Restaurant

With whitewashed clapboard exteriors and graceful front porches overlooking sweeping rural landscaping and overgrown meadows, The Old Inn on the Green looks like an idyllic setting written for a historical novel rather than a real place. Once a stagecoach relay, the inn’s main building has been located in this quiet stretch of Massachusetts’s Berkshire Hills since 1760, and honey-colored wooden floorboards, antiques, and period pieces nod to its origins. But while staying immersed in its past, the inn has leapt to the culinary present through its intimate restaurant, which earned a Best in the Berkshires rating from Zagat and was called “one of the finest dining destinations in the area, and arguably in the northeast” by Travel + Leisure.

Inside The Old Inn on the Green’s candlelit dining room, chef and inn co-owner Peter Platt bases his seasonal American fare around ingredients sourced from area farmers. A four-course dinner for two, included in this deal, sates appetites with dishes such as slow-braised Angus short ribs and seared Maine diver scallops. In the morning, the cooks craft omelets made from local barnyard eggs and Vermont cob-smoked ham served alongside buttermilk pancakes sweetened by local maple syrup.

Eleven faithfully restored bedrooms are available between the main building and the separate Thayer House, which contains a little library and two large shared living rooms. Each guest room is different—most have fireplaces, some have claw-foot tubs, and some have cardboard cutouts of Thomas Jefferson—but all feature authentic antiques arranged to evoke the 1800s.

New Marlborough, Massachusetts: Cultural History in the Midst of the Berkshire Hills

A peaceful, rural town in the lower Berkshire Hills about 120 miles from Boston, New Marlborough is surrounded on all sides by state forests, which host fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and other activities. After a day exploring the outdoors, one could easily spend some time exploring the area’s cultural history as well, starting at Herman Melville’s Arrowhead, the home where he penned Moby Dick. Melville’s study, piazza, and original fireplace are on display, as is the barn where he and The Scarlet Letter author Nathaniel Hawthorne met to discuss their writings and a shared love for Doritos. In nearby Stockbridge, the Norman Rockwell Museum displays a massive collection of paintings and drawings from the famous Saturday Evening Post artist, including the well-known Christmas Homecoming and Girl Reading the Post.

What You Get

Two-night stay for two in any room

  • $349, valid Tuesday­–Thursday
  • $489, valid on Friday and SaturdayIncluded in both options:
  • Meal package with two breakfasts, one lunch, and one dinner

Amenities

  • Award-winning restaurant
  • Rooms decorated with antiques
  • Fireplace or claw-foot tub

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