How would you like to win an estimated 1.5 Billion Dollars? I know I would, and probably take a few days off of work to enjoy that new found money. Well we’re hoping that Thrifty Nickel can help you strike it big, all you have to do is help us a little. Just go to our Facebook page and “Like” the photo of our paper with two Powerball tickets on top of it.
From there you just need to “Share” the photo with your friends and make sure you like our actual Facebook page! After you do those three things you could be part of the big jackpot if we win. (All liking and sharing needs to be done by 5:00pm Central Time on Wednesday January 13th to be eligible!)
Advertise or find your perfect services with us at OurThriftyNickel.com. It really couldn’t be easier. Head over, sign up for an account and then place an ad! Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Try it out! $5.75 for the first ten words, .40 cents per each additional word. One picture free with each ad! For those who prefer a human touch for your business interactions, then feel free to call in and place an ad. Our helpful and friendly staff are available starting at 8:00 every day of the week. On Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday our phone transactions and business locations shut down at 5:00 PM, Tuesdays till 6:00, and Fridays till 2:00 PM.
For the Odessa office place your calls to: (432) 333-4184
For the Midland office dial: (432) 580-7777
If you’re already out on the town running errands, we’re conveniently located at 2611 Golder Avenue, Odessa TX, 79761. That address works for all your mail-in ads as well! We also have newspaper stands in most of your local stores, including all the 7-Eleven stores in Odessa and Midland! You can also find Thrifty Nickel at Supermercado in Midland, El Rancho in Odessa, H-E-B, Stripes, Albertsons, Lowes Supermarkets, and Walmart! So if we don’t have a stand in your favorite store, call us and we’ll get one there, just for you!
Utilize the Thrifty Nickel Classifieds, serving the Permian Basin for over thirty years, reaching over one hundred thousand households.