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Daily Deals Roundup
Bequeath your internet accounts, half-off at Sushiko, an Amazon gift card, and more
Washingtonian Daily Deals
At least half off drinks food and drinks at 19th Bar
There are two options for this deal: pay $10 for a $20 credit or pay $20 for a $40 credit. Located in downtown DC, 19th Bar features more than 30 beers along with an array of other spirits, menu items such as jumbo crabcake sandwiches, and themed nights such as College Night Thursdays (complete with beer pong). You really want to visit on a Sunday—your voucher is worth an additional $5 and the bar hosts Sunday beer brunch, with bottomless draft beers, mimosas, and bloody Marys.
$20 for $40 worth of fare at Sushiko
Sushiko in DC’s Glover Park features a full menu of expertly done raw-fish rolls, Japanese small plates, and cooked entrées. Have a $40 meal for half the price.
$10 for a $20 Amazon.com gift card
Amazon.com is the largest online retailer, and it sells nearly everything you’d ever need. You can use the gift card on the site as well as its affiliates (such as Endless.com). You can’t buy this deal as a gift, and the card never expires.
$15 for one year to safeguard and preserve your online accounts with Legacy Locker Enrollment (a $30 value)
Estate planning allows you to pass access and ownership of your belongings and finances to your loved ones when you’re gone, but what about your digital life? Legacy Locker helps with that backing up your physical affairs as well as retaining online passwords and account information for safekeeping until your family needs it. Subscribe to the service for a year for half off.
$75 for a class and five open-play passes at Smalltalkers (a $200 value)
Smalltalkers in Centreville is an indoor play arena for babies and toddlers. The facility features wide-open spaces, walkers, developmental toys, and parent-child activities and classes. This deal gives you one class (such as “movers and shakers” for eight-to-11-month-olds) and five Friday-morning open-play sessions for your whole family (not just one child—older siblings are welcome as well). You must redeem your class between February 14 and March 25, but you can redeem your open-play passes at any time.
Deals for Deeds
$5 for $10 worth of fare from Solar Crepes food truck
The psychedelic Solar Crepes truck serves Northern Virginia its organic crepes loaded with locally procured fillings. The truck also sells fair-trade coffee, teas, vintage sodas, Amish yogurts, French pastries, and other goodies. Buy the deal and get $10 worth of treats for $5. This week, Deals for Deeds is offering food-truck deals to benefit Miriam’s Kitchen; a portion of the deals’ proceeds go toward providing 250 meals at this nonprofit.
Check out Tippr, Wow.com, and Home Run for more deals.
$157 for one night for two plus amenities at the Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia (a $315 value)
The Homestead is a sprawling red-brick resort sitting on 3,000 scenic acres of Virginia’s Hot Springs mountains, and features golf courses, hiking trails, a spa, skiing, and more. This 50-percent-off deal gives you a one-night stay for two in a standard classic room (your choice of one king-size bed or two doubles), plus a $100 outdoor-activities credit and complimentary breakfast for two.
$1,299 for a Yoga Alive Retreat at Xinalani in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (a $1,495 value)
Xinalani in Puerto Vallarta is recognized by the Yoga Journal as one of the “seven most spectacular places to reconnect with your practice.” This retreat is from January 28 through February 3, and is led by California yoga stars Katie Silcox and Chrisandra Fox. Your stay includes 11 practices, gourmet meals, and long stretches of unscheduled time. Pay $1,299 for the “big palapa,” a shared, spacious palm-thatched cabin on stilts with eight single beds and two bathrooms; pay $2,220 for a single-person eco-premium suite with beach views and an open-air private shower; or pay $3,400 for two people to share an eco-premium suite. Wifi isn’t available at this resort.
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