Winter Activities On A Budget

by Lauren Beichner

Marketing Specialist

1.5.2022
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Looking for fun winter activities to get you through the long and cold months without breaking the bank? We've got you covered! Check out these 5 ways to have some fun on a budget: 

 

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1. Go To A Hockey Game

If you shop around you may be able to find reasonably priced tickets to one of your local professional hockey games. 

And don't forget - as a Coastal member you can get discounted tickets to Carolina Hurricanes games by logging into Online Banking!

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2. Host A Regifting Party

Not sure what to do that with that one gift that you know you won't put to good use? Host a regifting party! Everyone gets a present and no money is spent... so it's a win-win!

3. Have A Game Night

Haven't pulled out your favorite board games in awhile? The winter months are the best time to do so! Build a fire and grab some snacks - it's game night time! 

4. Go Ice Skating

Ice skating in the winter time is as idyllic as it gets! Even better - general admission for ice skating usually ranges from $10-$15 so it's an activity that won't break the bank! 

5. Bake Cookies

Who doesn't love a sweet treat?! Invite your family and friends over and enjoy a baking day to make your favorite cookies! You can make it extra fun and incorporate a little competition by voting which cookie is your favorite. 

Don't Forget To Stay Up-To-Date On Coastal's Promotions!

Make sure to check out our latest promotions for our members to get more bang for your buck! 

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