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50% Off Tennis Class Packages | 93% Off Cohen's Fashion Optical

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Tio Pepe

$49 Dinner for Two with Drinks

This West Village restaurant has been serving up some of the best Spanish-Mexican cuisine since 1970. For $49 you'll get dinner and drinks for two. Start with an appetizer like the guacamole prepared table-side or Spanish octopus cooked over stone in a wood-fired oven. Then, savor entrees such as paella valenciana with saffron-laced bomba rice, clams, mussels, shrimp, chicken and chorizo, or grilled sirloin steak served with sauted vegetables. More ›

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Yorkville & Sutton East Tennis Clubs

50% Off Tennis Class Packages

Two of the most coveted tennis institutions in the city, Yorkville Tennis Club and Sutton East, come complete with pro-caliber courts, changing rooms, lockers and renowned tennis instructors at your disposal. With this deal, you can choose between packages of five or ten classes. You'll pay $199 ($425 value) for five one-hour beginner or advanced clinic sessions or $385 ($800 value) for ten. You can also opt for five two-hour drill-and-play sessions for $249 and ten for $485. More ›

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Krav Maga Experts

$19 for Three Self-Defense Classes

This New York studio specializes in Krav Maga, a full-body workout and hybrid martial art that combines elements of boxing, judo and wrestling, developed by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF). At one of three locations in the city, you'll get in shape and learn some useful self-defense moves with Krav Maga classes. For $19 ($135 value) you'll get three classes, or you can also opt for five classes for $39 or one-month of unlimited classes for $79. More ›

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Lucky Strike

$89 for One-Hour Bowling Party for Four

This popular and swank bowling venue offers tasty bites, beers, billiards and more in Hell's Kitchen. Grab some friends and knock down a few pins at one of 26 lanes at Lucky Strike. For $89 ($153 value), you and three friends will get an hour of bowling, shoe rental, one order of guacamole paired with chips and homemade salsa de arbol, and one bottle of Champagne or carafe of house-made sangria. For $110 ($225 value), you can get two hours of bowling for eight. More ›

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Mile End Deli

$49 Dinner for Two with Wine

Since Mile End opened on Bond Street, the fancy deli has seduced New York with its superlative smoked meat and Montreal-flavored moxie. With today's deal, you'll get dinner for two with a bottle of wine for $49 ($100 value). Start your meal off with options like the whitefish croquettes or kale tabbouleh. Then, move onto legendary dinner plates like the chicken schnitzel or the Mile End Platter for two - a sampling of the restaurant's house-made smoked meats. More ›

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Cohen's Fashion Optical

$25 for Eye-Exam and $275 In-Store Credit

Cohen's Fashion Optical's commitment to helping people look great and see well dates back to 1927, when the founder sold stylish specs from a pushcart on Orchard Street. For $25, you'll get an eye-exam and $275 to spend on prescription glasses at their Upper West Side location on 72nd Street. The thorough eye exam checks ocular health, coordination, visual acuity, and refraction. Choose glasses from major brands like Prada, Versace, Tom Ford and more. More ›

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