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The Monster Cycle

$120 for Six Spin Classes

The Monster Cycle is a high-octane cycling studio that brings a nightclub feel to fitness sessions. Pay $120 ($180 value) for six 45-minute spin classes at this sleek SoHo facility featuring video playlists of the hottest tracks. Inspired by the so called "Monsters," Lady Gaga's most ardent fans, this fitness club channels the pop star's distinctive energy, attitude and style. You can burn up to 750 calories while enjoying your workout. More ›

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Tio Pepe

$35 Unlimited Cocktail Brunch for Two

This West Village restaurant is offering a bottomless cocktail brunch for two for $35 ($50 value). Brunch includes one entre per person and two hours of unlimited cocktails. Hailing from Castilla, Spain, Executive Chef Rojas prepares his brunch with an eye for culinary authenticity, influenced by Spanish, French and Mexican cuisine. An expansive range of entrees include huevos con chorizo, brunch quesadillas, and French toast with cinnamon and mixed berries. More ›

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'Allegiance'

$49 and Up for Broadway Tickets

This fall, 'Allegiance' makes its Broadway debut at the Longacre Theatre. Television star and popular social media icon George Takei stars in this new musical, alongside Telly Leung and Tony Award winner Lea Salonga, who makes her highly anticipated Broadway return. Inspired by Takei's true-life experience, 'Allegiance' is the untold American story of one family's love, optimism and unparalleled heroism in the face of unimaginable circumstances. More ›

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Numero 28

$15 for $30 to Spend on Neapolitan Pies & More

Numero 28 in the East Village is offering $30 to spend on food and drinks for only $15. Order two Neapolitan pizza pies, such as the Rustica with tomato, mozzarella, green peppers and sausage; and the classic Margherita with tomato, mozzarella and basil. Menu options also include fresh pasta including tagliatelle al ragu with Bolognese meat sauce, and linguine al pesto with pine nuts and Parmesan. More ›

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OktoberFest NYC

$89 Beer Tasting for Two

Raise your stein to the season at this celebration of beer, food and fun. There's no need to deal with long flights for the Oktoberfest experience. This fall, head to the South Street Seaport for the festive event in the heart of the city. Enjoy two-hours of beer tasting, two food tickets per person, and a one-liter German beer stein memorabilia each to take home, all for $89. Choose from select dates in September and October, during which you'll sample authentic German beers. More ›

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Central Park Cosmetics

$89 and Up for Laser Hair Removal Sessions

Get rid of the razor for good with today's deal from top rated skin spa, Central Park Cosmetics. Grab three sessions on a small area for $89 ($300 value). A specialist will use a state-of-the-art laser to stunt the future growth of hair. You can also opt for six sessions on a small area for $159 ($600 value). On average, it takes six sessions to completely remove hair so all you need is one package and you're done with the razor for life. More ›

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