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Friday, September 3, 2010

Deals of the Day - foot massage, Duck Tours, indoor swim park, bike rental and more

A few deals to pass along before the Labor Day weekend.

If you've been wanting to do some redecorating, here's a cheap way to get some professional advice. Plum District Deals is offering a $49 one-hour consultatation with interior designers at Nest Design Co. They can help you with color palettes, furniture arrangements and other interior placements. There is a $19 travel fee outside of SF or Marin. You can use your consultation until mid-March, 2011. To get the deal, click here and go to Other Districts at the top - and click on San Francisco.

Juice in the City is offering a one-hour foot massage for only $25 in Foster City. A friend recently had one done at this place (Oceanic Foot Spa) and we vowed to go back together for a girls' day out. You can buy this offer for several more days.

If you don't own a bike, or want to ride with someone visiting from out of town, pick up a certificate for a 24-hour rental for only $18 (half-off). It's from Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals (via KGB Deals). I featured Blazing Saddles rentals in an Oyster.com post awhile back. You'll pick up the bike at Fisherman's Wharf, which has plenty of good routes nearby.

With the holidays coming up in a few months, give the gift of photos. Check out the Groupon deal for a $60 outdoor photo session in a park, which includes 20 digital images that you can print yourself (for close to nothing). The parks are in the South Bay.

Mamapedia is offering a $14 land-and-sea tour in San Francisco ($35 value), sometimes known as a Duck Tour (though this is Bay Quackers). You'll be on a car that goes into the water like a boat. It expires the end of this year.

Don't forget the Silliman Aquatic deal I posted yesterday. Four tickets for $15, for the Newark, CA indoor water play area (slides, lazy river, play structure, hot tub and more).

1 comment:

  1. Whenever I'm on a tight budget, I make sure that I won't sacrifice my own happiness to have fun during vacation or weekend. Little things make me happy. Thanks for your post. I had an idea now, in saving more money but enjoying my vacation this weekend.