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$5 for $10 worth of fare at Muncheez Mania
Muncheez Mania in Georgetown is a cafe that serves crepe-like saj, wraps, salads, sandwiches, and more. The eatery is open until 4 AM on weekends.
$6 for a ticket to Madame Tussauds wax museum (up to $21.20 value)
World-renowned Madame Tussauds lets you rub elbows with some of the world’s most recognizable faces—in wax. The downtown DC location of the museum features the newly unveiled President’s Gallery, where you can meet all 44 American Presidents plus First Lady Michelle Obama; get 71 percent off admission today.
$25 for $50 worth of food and drink at Dirty Martini
Dirty Martini in DC’s Dupont Circle serves inventive cocktails, small plates, and a full menu featuring entrées such as New Zealand lamb chops. Have a $50 meal for half off.
$69 for three hours of house-cleaning services from Everlasting Property Maintenance
Cleaning services from Hyattsville-based Everlasting Property Maintenance include vacuuming, dusting, dishes, bathtubs, baseboards, floor waxing, closet and garage organizing, and more. This deal gives you three hours of the service plus $15 toward a future cleaning. The deal isn’t valid for moving-out cleaning, and homes with more than 1,500 square-feet are subject to additional fees.
$8 for a ticket to The Magic Paintbrush at Synetic Family Theater (a $12 value)
From February 26 through March 13, Synetic Family Theater in Arlington is showing The Magic Paintbrush, a children’s play about a young orphan in ancient China who wants to be an artist and is given a magical tool to achieve his dream. All tickets are regularly $12—you can buy up to four of these vouchers per purchase.
$50 for $100 worth of delivered healthy meals from Urban Tastes
Urban Tastes is a cooking service that delivers individually portioned, organic dinners with a new menu of five choices each week. This deal is good for six entrées and sides, with a little left over to spend on extras such as cookies and hummus, or to put toward the $5 delivery fee. Try the service for half off.
Deals for Deeds
$30 for $50 worth of food and drink at Star and Shamrock
Star and Shamrock on DC’s H Street, Northeast, combines a New York-style Jewish deli with a traditional Irish pub for hearty sandwiches, Guinness-based specialty pints, and more. Try out this cultural mash-up for 40 percent off.
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$144 for a one-night stay for two at Poplar Springs, The Inn Spa in Casanova, Virginia (a $298 value)
Poplar Springs, The Inn Spa is a restful estate in the Virginia countryside. Offerings include spa services such as coconut sugar scrubs, sports such as tennis, and lodging amenities such as oversize bathrooms and private patios. This deal includes continental breakfast and a $25 spa credit per guest. Pay $144 for an overnight stay or $288 for two nights. 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 pick 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).
$1,700 for a yoga-and-Ayurveda retreat in Kerala, India
The retreat is from March 23 to April 7 in Kerala, South India, which Lonely Planet and National Geographic rank as one of the must-see destinations in the world; it’s also one of India’s most developed states. This deal includes accommodations split among three hotels in three Kerala cities, one night in an air-conditioned houseboat on the backwaters of surrounding villages, some meals, entrance fees at monuments and attractions, cooking demos, and yoga sessions. You’ll need a tourist visa as well as a passport for this retreat. See all of MindBodyGreen’s yoga and wellness retreats.
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