Every day we find the best deals from around the area and gather them here. Check back tomorrow for more discounts on products, food, and fun.
Washingtonian Daily Deals
$35 haircut and blow dry or $80 coloring at Eurospa
Eurospa (2029 K St., NW; 202-293-7560) is a full-service salon with affordable prices. Deal in for a $35 cut and blow dry (regularly $65) or $80 for highlights, lowlights, or a brand-new hair color (a $195 value).
One rotisserie chicken for $5 or a discounted chicken buffet from Chicken Out
Chicken Out is offering two deals: The first is for a whole rotisserie chicken for $5. The second is to share with friends—$49 for a regular buffet for 10 to 14 people (a $99.99 value) or $94 for a large buffet for 20 to 25 people (a $189.99 value). Both deals are good at any of Chicken Out’s 14 area locations.
Discounted oil changes at Fairfax Auto Repair
This deal from Fairfax Auto Repair can help you take care of your car for a bargain. Get two regular oil changes for $29 (a $73.52 value), or opt for synthetic oil instead for $55 (a $130.38 value).
$10 off Black Market Bistro’s Pig Out for Diabetes event Sunday, October 24
Next month is National Diabetes Month, and to raise awareness, Black Market Bistro in Garrett Park is hosting a benefit event from 1 to 6. Pig Out for Diabetes features an outdoor pig roast, silent auction, live music, children’s events, and more. Adult tickets are $35 with this deal.
$80 for Shootin’ & Drinkin’ getaway with Urban Escapes (a $175 value)
Urban Escapes will pick you up and whisk you away for a day of shooting and drinking. In other words, 12-gauge-shotgun lessons, lunch, and a Scotch tasting. When it’s all over, the company will bring you back to your urban reality.
50 percent off two months of collagen treatments from the Collagen Center
This deal gives you two months of needle-free collagen treatments at the Collagen Center in Gaithersburg plus four RevitaCel skin-care products for $147 (a $299 value).
Half-price admission to Nightmare Manor
This Beallsville, Maryland, mansion and the grounds it sits on are allegedly haunted by American militiamen and the British soldiers who killed them plus the family who lived here during the clash. Survive the angry spirits with a $10 ticket (normally $20) to tour the grounds and explore the home.
A few deals are still on:
Zozi’s deal on a Washington Photo Safari.
LivingSocial’s deal on self-defense martial-arts classes
Tippr’s deal on ten fitness classes
Plum District’s deals on a lunchtime facial treatment and handmade jewelry
(Click here for more info on the above three deals).