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Daily deals 3/18: donate to Japan relief with 100% match!

Posted March 18, 2011

Today's daily deals include 2 ways to donate to the relief efforts in Japan. Living Social is even matching your $5 donation 100%!  Other deals include salon services in Durham, a coffee house in Garner, yarn in Fayetteville, pressure washing in Raleigh and pizza in Morrisville!

Living Social Deals

Donate to the American Red Cross and Living Social will match your donation 100%!! Donate $5 and Living Social will also donate $5 for a total of $10 Donation to Japan Earthquake & Pacific Tsunami Fund!

Hair Removal Sessions: For $125 get three laser hair-removal sessions at Wake Plastic Surgery in Raleigh (regularly $420).

The Remedy Hair & Body Spa in Durham

There are a number of choices for this deal including:

Shampoo & blow dry for $20 (regularly $40)

Relaxer and trim or haircut and highlights for $42 (regularly $85)

Paul Mitchell keratin treatment for $75 (regularly $150)

$200 worth of hair extensions for $100.

Mom's Clay Class: For $15 (regularly $30), get a two-hour Mom's Clay Class, with samples and instruction, including making your own piece that will be fired for you. Or, for $10 get $20 to spend on DIY pottery making, also including painting and firing.

Click HERE for the Living Social Deals.


Groupon Deals

There are a ton of Groupon deals again today for locations all over the Triangle including Raleigh, Durham, Cary and Clayton and Fayetteville!

Donate $5, $10, or $25 to Support International Medical Corps' Emergency Relief Efforts in Japan and Other Affected Areas. Click HERE to donate (through the Albany NY Groupon site).

$5 for $10 Worth of Coffee and Tea at Aversboro Coffee and Catering in Garner

$15 for $35 worth of yarn and other supplies at Sunflower Fibers in Fayetteville

$29 for a medical-grade chemical peel at Youthology Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine in Raleigh (up to an $80 value)

Home: Power Wash: $75 for a Home Power Wash from A+ Quality Painting Inc. (a $150 Value)

Paintball: For $20 you get a Paintball Package at Xtreme Kombat (a $55 Value) in Durham

$150 for Three Months of unlimited CrossFit Group Training, three nutrition consultations, two personal-training sessions, and one introductory session at CrossFit Clayton ($840 Value)

$30 for a Chiropractic Exam, Two Treatments, Consultation, and X-Rays at Carpenter Chiropractic (Up to $356 Value)

Click HERE for the Groupon deals.


Twongo Deals

Up to 56% off Residential Pressure Washing for Raleigh deal of the day 

Up to 50% off Gourmet Pizza and Subs from Amante Pizza in Morrisville for the Cary-Apex deal of the day

Click HERE for the Twongo deal.






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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Mar 18, 2011

    doodlesmom - you are so right about reading the fine print. Almost every one of them has to be used in 1 order, they all have expiration dates and some have other stipulations. Before you buy any deals, read everything on the page with the details. Groupon still offers great deals, you just have to know what you are buying and follow the requirements of the coupon. I hope you don't give up on them - you will definitely miss out on some good buys.

  • doodlesmom64 Mar 18, 2011

    I thought Groupons were great until I used one from Barnes and Noble. Read all of the fine print when doing these. The one I bought said that I had to use in one order. I didn't and had a $20 groupon and only got to use $3 which was a waste of money.