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Daily Deals Roundup: Capital Fringe Festival, Food Deals, and More
Every day we choose the best deals from ten sites and gather them here. By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published March 30, 2011
Be sure to click on the site’s name to see all of its offerings. Check back tomorrow for more discounts on products, food, and fun.

Washingtonian Daily Deals

$4 for $10 worth of food and drink at the Chicken Place

The Chicken Place is offering 60 percent off its Peruvian-style chicken and hearty side dishes at its Fairfax location only. Almost all menu items are under $10—get a $10 coupon for $4.

Groupon
Up to 53 percent off food and drink at Tavira

Tavira in Chevy Chase serves upscale Mediterranean and Portuguese dishes such as the seafood-and-pasta dish talharim com fruta do mar, or the pork tenderloin lombo de porco à caçador. Pay $7 for $15 worth of lunch or $15 for $30 worth of dinner. The deal is good for alcohol and can’t be used April 24, May 8, or June 19.

LivingSocial
$25 for two tickets to a Capital Fringe Festival “Wattage” performance (a $50 value)

The Capital Fringe Film Festival brings together non-juried work by performance artists of all genres and experience levels. Its Wattage series features four new theater pieces that explore issues of culture, tradition, environment, and identity. This deal gives you two tickets to any Wattage series performance April 15 through May 8 plus a $10 food-and-drink voucher (for performances at the National Museum of the American Indian only).

Tippr
30 percent off urban art from Big Nickel Graphics (up to $123 value)

Big Nickel Graphics lets you show your city pride with its artwork featuring the mass-transit systems of the world’s major cities—if you love London, there’s one for the Tube, while the DC print features Metro. Pay $20 to unlock the deal, and then get 30 percent off the print of your choice.

Plum District

$60 for two rooms of carpet cleaning with COIT Carpet Cleaning (a $120 value)

This two-for-one deal from COIT Carpet Cleaning is good for rooms of all sizes anywhere in Washington. You can combine the deal with other offers, and the deal expires September 30.

Certifikid
$99 for two hours of handyman service from Victor Faustino Handyman Services (a $210 value)

Victor Faustino Handyman Services has been in business more than 20 years. This deal is good for two hours of labor at a 53-percent discount, regardless of the size or difficulty of the job. The offer expires in October and is good for homes in Northwest DC, Montgomery County, and parts of Frederick, Howard, Prince George’s, and Anne Arundel counties.

Home Run
$27.50 for $60 worth of waxing services at Maria Image Studio

Maria Image Studio in Alexandria focuses solely on waxing services for men and women. The deal is good for $60 worth of waxing services on any body part for 54 percent off.

Check out Wow.com, Deals for Deeds, and DealOn for more deals.

 

TRAVEL DEALS

MindBodyGreen Travel
$1,190 for Ultimate Wellness Bootcamp in Costa Rica

This retreat is from April 24 through April 30. You’ll spend six nights at a Costa Rican resort that offers a swimming pool, a wet bar, hammocks, landscaped grounds, surfing, snorkeling, and more. This package includes full breakfasts, daily fitness and yoga sessions, an acupuncture session, daily bike rental, travel insurance, and your choice of day trips and excursions such as a trip to the Chocolate Museum or a zipline canopy tour. Pay $1,190 for a shared occupancy with fans, $1,290 for a shared occupancy with air conditioning, or $2,090 or $2,190 for a private room with fans or air conditioning, respectively.

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