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The Wanderlust Yoga Festival in Vermont, Chiropractic Services for $10, James Hoban’s Restaurant, and More: Daily Deals Roundup
Every day we choose the best deals from ten sites and gather them here By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published April 21, 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.

So What’s the Deal
$69 for an eye exam and $200 toward new glasses at the Eyewear Gallery (a $300 value)
If you’re squinting while reading this, then maybe you need this deal from the Eyewear Gallery in Reston. Have your eyes examined and receive $200 toward fashionable new frames and (functional new lenses) at a 77-percent discount. The deal can’t be combined with insurance, and it expires October 31.

Groupon
$10 for a chiropractic consultation with x-ray and massage at Essential Health Center (a $350 value)
Unless your spouse is a chiropractor, this deal from Essential Health Center in Falls Church offers the best value on getting your back problems checked out. You’ll start with a consultation to determine your concerns. A 30-to-45-minute exam that follows will test your flexibility and movements to pinpoint what ails you and create a tailored treatment plan. Finally, you’ll receive a soft-tissue massage on a follow-up visit (you’ll have to make appointments outside this deal for your treatment plan to be administered). The 97-percent-off deal expires October 22.

$10 for a one-way ticket from DC to New York from MVP Bus (a $20 value)
MVP Bus takes passengers from DC’s 610 I Street, Northwest, directly to New York City’s Penn Station. Get a one-way ticket for half off (you can buy multiple Groupons for a round trip or for more than one passenger). The deal expires July 11.

LivingSocial
$40 for dinner for a three-course dinner for two at James Hoban’s Irish Restaurant & Bar (an $84 value)

James Hoban’s in DC’s Dupont Circle serves Irish and UK fare such as shepherd’s pie, Irish stew, fish and chips, and more. The deal includes two appetizers, two entrées, two desserts, and a bottle of wine at 52 percent off.

Plum District
$15 for $30 worth of accessories from ShopTheLook.net

Shopthelook.net offers jewelry, scarves, hats, and more at low prices (items range from $8 to $40); the site also has its own Disney-inspired jewelry line. Get $30 worth of accessories for half off—shipping is not included, and the deal expires October 21.

Wow.com
$10 for $25 worth of eco-friendly home, office, and business products from LetsGoGreen.biz

LetsGoGreen.biz sells everyday items made from natural materials without the use of chemicals. Items on sale include trash bags, natural pesticides, dinnerware, kids’ gear, and more. Get $25 worth of eco-friendly items for 60 percent off.

Certifikid
$50 for an hourlong phone consultation on child nutrition with Randi Weissberger (a $150 value)

Registered and licensed dietician Randi Weissberger advises parents on everything from picky eating to food allergies to weight management for their children. Purchase an hour of her undivided attention at 67 percent off. You can use the deal for multiple children, but each deal gives you one hour. Weissberger practices in Bethesda for those who’d like follow-up consultations.

Deals for Deeds
$7.50 for $15 worth of food and drink at the Daily Dish cocktail bar

The Daily Dish in Silver Spring uses only local organic and sustainably raised ingredients to create their weekly menus. Use this deal on $15 toward food and drink at half off at the cocktail bar only. The deal expires in October and can’t be used for Sunday brunch or Mother’s Day.

Home Run
$10 for $20 toward unusual, colorful watches from PixelModa.com

PixelModa.com’s minimalist watches feature three styles in a rainbow of colors. Styles include the seamless silicone bands of the Classic collection (akin to a LiveStrong band); the Ops line, which features the linked band and clasp of traditional watches; and the Slap collection, which works just like slap bracelets from your childhood. Get $20 toward these funky timepieces for half off.

Check out Tippr and DealOn for more deals.

 
Limited-time Facebook offer:

Throughout April, people who “like” the Virginia Is for Lovers Facebook page will have access to first-come, first-served travel deals through a special VADeals4DC tab. Offers from select destinations across Virginia include $50-per-night rooms, free upgrades, buy-one-get-one admissions, and more.

 
TRAVEL DEALS

LivingSocial Escapes
$206 for a two-night stay for two at the secluded Inn at Lost River in West Virginia (a $412 value)

The Inn at Lost River in the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia is a tranquil farmhouse amid the state’s green hills. In addition to the natural beauty, amenities include free wi-fi and HDTV, three-course breakfast with Champagne, a wine-cheese-and-charcuterie hour for two, one gourmet lunch, a $50 voucher for snacks (if you decide to go hiking or horseback riding), and a gift of a new board game to enjoy with your significant other. Reservations for this deal are available for a Sunday and Monday or for a Friday and Saturday starting May 27. Additional blackout dates apply (check the fine print).

MindBodyGreen Travel
$349 for a package deal for the Wanderlust Yoga and Music Festival in Vermont

The Wanderlust Festival began in 2009 on the West Coast—this year, organizers are bringing it to Stratton Mountain, Vermont, June 22 through 26. The $349 price includes only lodging at the Inn at Stratton Mountain; you can pay $450 for that plus a Sage Festival pass (four-day pass for three yoga classes per day, all music events, and lift access), hiking trails and gondola rides, free wi-fi access, a gift bag. You can also pay an additional $140 for round-trip transportation from New York to Vermont. You must pay in full by June 8—payment plans are available.

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