WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA) -- Bargain shoppers shell out $35 for it.
But, Entertainment Publications, the company behind the popular coupon book, has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
A staple that schools and charities use to raise funds, it is filled with discount offers from area restaurants and retailers.
Even though the company has gone bust, the coupons are still good.
Unlike grocery coupons, the ones in the Entertainment Book are advertisements paid for by the participating stores.
And, the Better Business Bureau says the vendors must honor the conditions of the coupons in the book.