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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Deals of the Day: Jamaroo, Annie, Fandango, Restaurant.com, Omaha steak, Erin Condren, Paul Frank

Some deals for today.

Get 4 drop-in classes AND a $10 California Pizza Kitchen gift card for $56 (value $122). Jamaroo has kids' yoga, dance, art, bilingual and parent/tot classes in San Francisco - they're new. While kids are in class, you get free coffee/tea and time to chat with other moms (or just check your iPhone). Kids can stay and play before/after class as well.
Get the deal at Plum District Deal - here if you're new to Plum.

And here if you're a Plum member already. It's on the San Francisco page.

Get 2 movies at a Fandango theater for $12 on KGB Deals. You can buy an unlimited number (but must use them by January 31).

You're never fully dressed without a smile, right? Your kids need to learn that lesson too - and they can do so while watching Annie at the Berkeley Playhouse. Tickets are $18 at Plum District Deal, versus $36 at the theater. Get tickets for Sunday October 30, Friday November 4, or Friday November 11. You'll get the ticket emailed to you.
Get tickets at Plum District Deal - here if you're new to Plum.
And here if you're a Plum member already.

This Plum District Deal is back - Erin Condren makes very cute personalized paper products (calendars - see the day planners - photo cards, labels and more). Get $50 worth for $25 today and tomorrow, here. It's an "everywhere" deal.

Gift time or dinner time! The Top Sellers Pack includes two 5 oz filet mignons, two 4 oz boneless pork chops, four 4 oz chicken breasts, six 4 oz Omaha steak burgers, eight 3 oz gourmet franks and six stuffed baked potatoes for $59 ($165) - FREE SHIPPING. Get the deal at Plum District Deals.

Get $30 in clothing/gear for $15 at the downtown SF Paul Frank store.
If you're new to Groupon, get the deal here.
If you're already a Groupon user, get the deal here.

Get $25 dining certificates for $2 using code PUMPKIN through October 31 at restaurant.com.

By purchasing the deals above, Frisco Kids makes a ludicrously small amount of money, like pennies. But I had to disclose this, or I'd get in trouble.

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