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Daily Deals Roundup
Rock out at DC9, get bitten by the shutterbug, and hot yoga on the cheap By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published September 17, 2010
Every day we’ll find the best deals from around the area and gather them here. Check back Monday for more discounts on products, food, and fun.

Washingtonian Daily Deals
$15 for $30 worth of drinks, food, and live music at DC9
If an urban-chic lounge, a burger joint, and an indie concert venue collided, the result would be something like DC9. This deal is a great opportunity to check out the much-hyped new roof deck.

$39 for a half-day photography tour from PhotoTour Excursions ($79 value)
Whether you know your way around a dark room or just like to fill your Facebook page with photo albums, this four-hour tour takes anyone with a camera around the Washington area for a photo-snapping history lesson. The tour guide, a professional photographer, imparts camera tips along the way.

One month of unlimited Bikram yoga for $39 ($179 value)
Yoga classes in Washington aren’t cheap, but $39 gets you a month of unlimited Bikram Yoga (also known as “hot yoga”—the room is heated to more than 100 degrees to relax muscles and burn fat).

Tippr’s deals from earlier this week—pet boarding at Waggy Walkys, half off a $30 meal at LoveCafé, and eight Latin dance classes at Roda Movements—are still on.
Zozi’s deal on beginner Scuba lessons ($25 for $100 worth of training) is on for the next two days.
Plum District’s deals on Kolobags online bag boutique and designer shoes from Zelaya Shoes boutique are still on.
Click here for more on all of these offers.

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