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Taylor and Miranda Hunter

Stops: Goodcents Deli, ONEOK Field, Baskin-Robbins, Oklahoma Aquarium

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$91.80 Challenger
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$91.80 Challenger
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April 29, 2017

The Mission: So providing an envelope of cash and telling people to spend it in 48 hours isn’t exactly a challenge, but it makes this assignment sound a lot more interesting. Spend $91.80 (we used the local area code for the amount) in two days. And if they could find fun and free activities ... bonus. The only catch was that they had to spend it at places, events or shops profiled in the May issue of Preview.

The Team: Taylor and Miranda Hunter

Stop #1: Two words come to mind after eating at Goodcents Deli: so fresh. My husband, Taylor, our son, and I went there to eat lunch. Taylor ordered a 12-inch sub and I ordered an 8-inch sub, both with chips and a drink. They have so many different toppings and everything is sliced fresh when you order. The staff is fast and very friendly. I highly recommend coming here.
Cost: $21.72

Stop #2: We went to ONEOK Field to watch the Tulsa Drillers play. There isn’t a bad seat there. If you don’t want to sit the whole game, they have a lot of different activities for children. Also, on Sundays, kids eat free, which was awesome. My husband and I shared a popcorn. What a fun experience. We will be back to watch another game.
Cost: $33

Stop #3: At Baskin-Robbins on Memorial, my husband and I got a double dip ice cream cone. You definitely get your money’s worth. The Oreo cookies and cream was amazing and the waffle cone was huge. They had great customer service and we got our cones super fast. This certainly needs to be your ice cream stop.
Cost: $7.69

Stop #4: I took my son, Jayden, to the Oklahoma Aquarium and he absolutely loved it. They have a ton of different animals and sea life. The set up of each tank gives you a great view of everything in it. They also have feeding and touch tanks that are great for children. The shark and sea turtle exhibits are amazing. We had so much fun and I will definitely be looking into getting a yearly pass.
Cost: $27.90

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