Tide Dry Cleaners + Giveaway!

Tide Dry Cleaners Mason

As I mentioned week before last, we attended the Tide Dry Cleaners grand opening day for the new Mason location. And by “we” I mean, Andon and I; and Becky and her son came out as well!

I was truly amazed at the layout of the facility. It looks nothing like a typical dry cleaners. We got to take a tour and I was so impressed. The first thing I noticed and any mother can appreciate is the drive thru. Yes, a drive thru at the dry cleaners! You simply drive up, drop off your clothes and drive away. No taking the little ones out of the car even!

The other very cool thing that will be nice for anyone who works long or odd hours is the locker service. Andon was quite impressed with this himself as you can see above :) If you can't pick up your items until after hours, you can go ahead and pay with your credit card. Then, stop by at your convenience and pick up your items in an assigned locker. It is locked and only you know the passcode to it so it's secure.

There is also a drop-off box in the drive thru area too. If you need to drop items off when the Dry Cleaners is closed, just drop them in the box outside and they'll be ready when you need them! Each family is assigned a bag when you create a new customer account.

Since I am all about saving money, I was pretty excited to see that there is a Rewards Program. When you sign up for the Inner Circle Rewards, you will receive coupons and exclusive offers, but also get credit for your cleaning. You get a 50% off coupon just for signing up! You also get referral coupons when your friends sign up (another 50% off coupon). You can find the Inner Circle Registration Card at your local Tide Dry Cleaners – they are opening up several more in the Tri-State!

The Tide Dry Cleaning facility was truly impressive and I am excited to know that they are opening one even closer to me (off of Cin-Day). But, we're even more excited that Tide is offering us a giveaway! One winner will win a 3-month supply of Free Dry Cleaning Services!

The only required method to enter the giveaway is with a comment, so…

Leave us a comment and tell us how often you have items professionally cleaned. We don't need to very often, but if there is a special outing or my husband needs his shirts perfectly pressed, I am NOT the lady for the job!

To increase your chances of winning, there are optional entries available for you, which are:

: : Quick Message to copy/paste for Twitter and Facebook : :
Visit SavingsLifestyle.com/Cincinnati + enter the @Tide Dry Cleaning giveaway (3 mths FREE!) http://bit.ly/g30ZjI

Good luck! This giveaway will close on Monday, December 6, 2010 @ 12p (EST). We will choose the winners at random and contact you directly and update the Giveaway Page with the winner's name.

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by Savings Lifestyle: Andrea on November 29, 2010

19 Comments

  • Christina Z - November 29, 2010 @ 1:10 pm
    1

    I like to take coats and comforters to the cleaners every now and then.

  • Mike - November 29, 2010 @ 1:20 pm
    2

    I tried the new Tide cleaners and they did are the best in the area

  • Julie - November 29, 2010 @ 1:24 pm
    3

    All the time! My fiance wears cotton shirts that need to be ironed (and we are both terrible, impatient ironers) and I wear a lot of suits, skirts, etc. that are dry clean only– particularly in the winter! I travel a ton and being able to pick up drycleaning when I’m able is a HUGE advantage– plus they’re by my office. Pick me! ;)

  • Misty - November 29, 2010 @ 1:30 pm
    4

    We don’t send much to the cleaners (money savings strategy of course). I would love to be able to send some of my husbands dress shirts to the cleaners so that I don’t have to iron them. I guess I really mean so I don’t have to beg my mom to iron them when she is in town :)

  • Karen - November 29, 2010 @ 1:40 pm
    5

    I can’t remember the last time I used a dry cleaner……as we usually just “air” things out….! I could really use this :)

  • Karen - November 29, 2010 @ 1:41 pm
    6

    I subscribe to your RSS feed

  • Jenny K - November 29, 2010 @ 1:43 pm
    7

    I just graduated and didn’t really need/use dry cleaning in college, but now with an office job and interviews, it’s really important to have my business dress clothes looking sharp! Any news as to a more central location opening?

  • Bentley - November 29, 2010 @ 1:55 pm
    8

    I get things professionally cleaned about once every other week.

  • Connie Petertonjes - November 29, 2010 @ 3:04 pm
    9

    I have things cleaned once every few months, but more often in the winter.

  • Connie Petertonjes - November 29, 2010 @ 3:05 pm
    10

    I like Savings Lifestyle on Facebook!

  • Connie Petertonjes - November 29, 2010 @ 3:06 pm
    11

    I subscribe to the newsletter!

  • Jaime - November 29, 2010 @ 6:40 pm
    12

    facebook liker.

  • Jaime - November 29, 2010 @ 6:40 pm
    13

    email subscriber.

  • Jaime - November 29, 2010 @ 6:41 pm
    14

    every couple of months my husband and i will take our suits to the cleaners. I try to take a few at a time and spread it out so that there isn’t so much expense all at once.

  • Jennifer H - November 30, 2010 @ 8:28 pm
    15

    We have things dry cleaned about once a month. My husband’s suits, my teenage sons’ suits and the random piece of clothing. I am definitely going to sign up for the inner circle savings because dry cleaning can be super expensive. By the way I understand the pains of a “perfectly” pressed mens dress shirt. It takes me 15 min. to do one shirt. Maybe… the next giveaway could be a steamer or really great iron that could save me some time!!! Just suggesting….

  • Jennifer H - November 30, 2010 @ 8:29 pm
    16

    I follow via email updates. Thank you for this giveaway. I would love to win free dry cleaning!!!

  • Kris G - December 03, 2010 @ 11:38 am
    17

    We take my husbands suits and winter coats typically but I did just take my comforter to the tide cleaners and was completely satisfied!! It is just $20.oo for any size and it looks like new and smells Downey fresh! I would love to win this one!

  • Susan Jones - December 05, 2011 @ 9:16 am
    18

    I take my husband’s shirts and pants to be dry cleaned about twice a month.

    • Savings Lifestyle: Becky - December 05, 2011 @ 11:44 am
      18.1

      Hi Susan, This was a 2010 Giveaway. Thanks for your interest!

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