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51% Off Dinner at Mile End Deli | Blood Manor Tickets

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Mile End Deli

$49 Dinner for Two with a Bottle of Wine

Nestled on the delightful Bond Street between Bowery and Lafayette, Mile End is the haute couture of New York delis. For $49 ($100 value) you can experience a dinner for two at this Canadian-Brooklyn restaurant that offers the perfect deli comfort food. You'll get a soup or salad to share, two entrees, and one bottle of red or white wine. Start with the whitefish croquettes or the classic chicken and matzo ball soup, and savor entrees like chicken schnitzel and braised brisket. More ›

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Studio 360

$39 for Three Cycling, Yoga, or Signature Series Classes

This Murray Hill studio focuses on yoga and cycling classes, providing great workouts in a lively and judgment-free atmosphere. With today's deal for $39 (reg. $78), choose from spin, yoga or signature series classes, which combine 40 minutes of high-speed cycling and 20 minutes of toning yoga to maximize results. With numerous class times to choose from and a convenient online reservation system, Studio 360 makes it easy to get a daily workout in. More ›

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Brooklyn Brewery

$39 Oktoberfest Ticket Includes Unlimited Food & Drinks

On Wednesday, October 7th join Edible Brooklyn for a family-style Oktoberfest, prepared by Backyard Cooking Company and Peck's with Whole Foods Market. Pay $39 ($49 value) and for three-hours you'll enjoy endless cans of beer from Brooklyn Brewery. For dinner expect grilled weisswurst, bockwurst, baurewirst, German potato salad, and much more. Finish your meal with apple strudel with vanilla sauce. More ›

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Osteria Morini

$69 Dinner & Drinks for Two

From the Altamarea Group, and Michelin-starred chef Michael White, is the bustling Osteria Morini. With today's deal, pay $69 for a dinner for two and get one pasta each, one main course to share, one side to share, and one cocktail or glass of wine each. Try the classic tagliatelle with a rich ragu or the rigatoni with artichokes. For the main course, savor the hearty veal chop with fresh market beans smothered in herb butter or an Italian seafood soup. More ›

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Blood Manor

$45 Tickets to the Famed Haunted House

Halloween is looming, ushering in screams and terror and all things foul. Have the fright of your life at Blood Manor, a dwelling that is about as inviting as it sounds. New York's premier haunted attraction will send chills down your spine. Are you brave enough to step inside? Get your tickets today for $45 and experience the ultimate thrill this October. More ›

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Infinity Laser Spa

$99 Laser Hair Removal

Keep your skin silky-smooth all year by picking up this deal for one year of unlimited laser hair-removal treatments at Infinity Laser Spa in Midtown. You can get laser hair removal on a small area for $99 ($1,200 value) or on one small and one large area for $199 ($3,600 value). Small areas include underarms, lip, chin, hands, bikini line and more; and the large areas include half legs, half arms, full arms, lower back, full Brazilian, and full face. More ›

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