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Summer Deals: Twin Peaks and Pie at Bragg's Factory Diner

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Diane, please take this one down. Zia Records has joined forces with Bragg's Factory Diner to bring free pie to Twin Peaks fans. All you have to do is get the new Twin Peaks box set at any of the Valley Zia Records locations and then you get a coupon for a free slice of Bragg's pie.

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If you haven't already rushed out to get a hold of The Entire Mystery box set, you'll be happy you waited and risked having the bonus bits of the series spoiled for you. That's because when you buy the new Twin Peaks between now and August 12, you also get a slice of pie at Bragg's.

With gluten-free and vegan options, there's probably a pie for everyone at Bragg's. Once you have your pie, you can binge on all 30 episodes of Twin Peaks in all of it's Blu-Ray glory and the new footage, though you'll likely need a damn fine cup of coffee or two to get you through the whole thing.

You can pick up your Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery box set for $99.99 at any of the four Valley Zia Records locations, along with your coupon for a free slice of pie at Bragg's.

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