Daily Deals Roundup
Spa deals, a Caribbean getaway, a children’s birthday-party deal, and more
Washingtonian Daily Deals
Up to 45 percent off couples massages and classes at the Spa Room
The Spa Room in DC’s Tenleytown is offering several deals on services for couples and singles:
• $170 for a 50-minute couples massage (limited quantity available, a $245 value).
• $65 for a semiprivate couples massage class (with two other couples, a $100 value).
• $110 for a private couples-massage class (a $200 value).
• $65 for a semiprivate restorative-stretch class for partners (a $100 value).
• $110 for a private restorative-stretch class for partners (a $200 value).
• $3,200 for your choice of weekly massages and classes for a year (a $4,290 value).
Up to 60 percent off tickets to the Hoyas vs. Bearcats game
The Georgetown Hoyas take on the Cincinnati Bearcats in men’s basketball Wednesday, February 23, at 9 PM at the Verizon Center. Be there for the action with a $10 upper-bowl ticket (a $25 value), or a $20 lower-bowl ticket (a $40 value).
Half off children’s clothing and toys at Piccolo Piggies of Georgetown
Piccolo Piggies sells baby and children’s toys, gear, and clothing in brands such as Catimini and Lili Gaufrette. Pay $30 for $60 worth or $50 for $100 worth of merchandise.
$59 to convert photos into digital images from Sankofa Photos (a $165 value)
Sankofa Photos scans and enhances your physical photos onto a DVD for electronic safekeeping. This deal is good for as many photos you can fit into a 12-by-12-by-6-inch box. Return shipping is included in this deal.
$10 for a Great Zucchini children’s magic show and free play at My Gym
On Saturday, February 26, at 5 PM, My Gym in Gaithersburg is hosting this charity event to support the medical bills for a toddler named Brady, who’s suffering from a life-threatening feeding disorder. My Gym is a children’s learning-and-fitness facility where kids are encouraged to be healthy and active. The Great Zucchini has entertained Washington preschoolers and kindergartners for more than 15 years.
$75 for a bookstore party from Three Story Tellers Book Store (a $150 value)
If you’ve got a budding bookworm on your hands, Three Story Tellers Book Store in Occoquan is offering a deal for a children’s birthday party. The party is for up to ten guests ages two through six and includes three stories of your choice read by a staff member, a craft project, a book wish list for the birthday girl or boy, and book discounts for you and your guests. You provide the cake, paper goods, food, and goodie bags.
Deals for Deeds
$20 for a ten-beer sampler at Regional Food and Drink (a $40 value)
RFD in DC’s Penn Quarter serves more than 30 beers on tap, one of the largest selections in the city. Try a sampling of ten brews for half off.
Check out Wow.com and Home Run for food deals.
$589 for a four-night stay at the Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach resort on Grand Bahama island (a $982 value)
The Viva Wyndham all-inclusive resort on Grand Bahama island features ocean-view rooms, aquatic excursions such as swimming with dolphins, and nightly entertainment. All meals and snacks, unlimited alcoholic drinks, and unlimited sports such as tennis are also included. Pay $589 for a five-day stay in June in a “superior room” or pay $749 for the same deal from July through December 15. See all LivingSocial Escapes.
$875 for a five-day sustainable-cooking retreat with chef Joseph Gillard at Playa Viva, Mexico (a $1,010 value)
The retreat is March 2 through 6 at the private beachfront eco-luxury resort Playa Viva. Guests can sele their own food from the Playa Viva garden and learn sustainable-cooking techniques by practicing alongside chef Joseph Gillard of Napa Valley Grille. The retreat price includes all meals and nonalcoholic drinks, yoga classes, wi-fi, airport transportation, and opportunities to enjoy the natural beauty of the island. Guests can pay $875 for a single-occupancy studio ($1,375 for double occupancy) or $1,775 for a double-occupancy deluxe suite ($2,300 for a triple). See offers on three yoga retreats in Mexico, Costa Rica, and India.
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