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FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Several shops along Block Avenue and Dickson Street in Fayetteville are doing a receipt share program through December 25.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Local businesses are banding together to boost your holiday shopping experience! Several shops along Block Avenue and Dickson Street in Fayetteville are doing a receipt share program. They call it the Downtown Countdown. Basically, if you shop at one place, just take your receipt to another participating location and that shop will offer you a discount! The typical savings is ten percent, or about what you'd pay in sales tax, but some retailers are offering additional deals.

"We think it's gonna be a great thing for people to stay downtown and shop local whether that be, you know, the Dickson Street or Block Street businesses, the Square," says Brian Bailey, who owns The Mustache Goods and Wears on Block Avenue.

The discount program is good through December 25. For more information, CLICK HERE!

Here's a list of all the participating shops in Fayetteville's Downtown Countdown:

  • Four-Legged Bird
  • Good Things Boutique
  • Terra Tots
  • Shindig Paperie
  • Country Outfitters
  • The Independent Denim & Essentials
  • The Mustache: Goods & Wears
  • Savoir-Faire
  • Mae's Heirlooms
  • The French Quarters
  • Something Urban
  • Mertins Eye & Optical
  • May Bell Music
  • Riffraff
  • Dark Star Visuals
  • PIGMINT
  • The pAth Outfitters
  • Vintage Violet
  • BonnerBell
  • Wild Heart Designs
  • Shop Lola
  • Passages Rising
  • Swift's Jewelry NWA
  • Town & Country Shop
  • Himalayan Mountain Shop
  • Flying Possum Leather, L.L.C.c
  • David Adams Fine Jewelry
  • Hand Held: a Knitting Gallery
  • Lauren Embree Jewelry
  • Grey Dog, a Vintage Boutique
  • Houndstooth Clothing Company
  • Nightbird Books (free cup of coffee)
  • Collier Drug Stores (gift shop only; food, drug, OTC medications, & durable medical goods excluded from offer)


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