About Greater Seattle on the Cheap (GSOTC)
Looking for free things to do in Seattle or around the Puget Sound region? Want to have fun without breaking the bank? Want to find out where to eat for less in Seattle? Or just looking for things to do in Everett, Bellevue, or Tacoma this weekend? At GSOTC, you’ll find out how to live the good life for less. If you are trying to make your money do all it can, then GSOTC is a site you will want to visit routinely. Or subscribe to our site to have the deals sent to you daily as we post them. Click here to subscribe.
We’ve got plenty of freebies. If you want to know where to go for free, GSOTC has plenty of deals. Well over half of our postings at any given time are about things to do for free. For more expensive fun, we tell you how to get a discount, or even how and when to get in for free.
Disclaimer: We post the deals as we find them. But you know the drill: Prices and promotions are subject to change at any time and without notice. If you think something sounds too good to be true, check with the merchant before you head out.
Affiliate deals: Greater Seattle on the Cheap participates in affiliate programs. Though the site earns some revenue if you buy a deal through one of our affiliate links, Greater Seattle on the Cheap retains full editorial control over the deals posted. It limits the use of affiliate links to the types of deals routinely posted on the site.
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About the Editor
Carole Cancler is a business and technology professional with experience in website development, social media, technical writing, food science, and food product development. Her writing expertise includes Web content, newsletters, white papers, and menu/recipe development. Her former company, Private Chef Natural Gourmet in Seattle, Washington specialized in frozen gourmet meals. Prior to that, Carole spent 11 years at Microsoft as a software engineer and program manager. Currently, she focuses on consulting for the food and technology industries. Her first book, The Home Preserving Bible, is available on Amazon, as well as Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle, and Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park or wherever books are sold.