Tennis Deals in Vancouver
There's one trio of treats that we find even more impressive than a hat trick: sports, beer, and burgers. Step up your game with today's deal from Sportstown Sports Complex Tavern: pay $15 for two burgers with fries and two sleeves of domestic beer (regularly $32). You and a buddy will score a beef or veggie burger, plus crisp fries and an ice-cold quaffable from the winning tap list at this popular Richmond bar located right inside the spacious indoor sports facility. Fit in some soccer or tennis practice beforehand, or just drop into the Tavern to tuck in to your meal and root for the Canucks on the spankin'-new plasma TVs and 102-inch projector screen. You can also catch English Premier League soccer games, rugby union, and pay-per-view UFC action. Be the Babe Ruth of bargains -- knock this 53%-off deal out of the park.
It took millions of years of for humans to develop an upright posture, but it only takes one slip on the ice or one awkward tennis shot to undo millennia of evolution. Stand up straight again with today's deal from Hycroft Chiropractic & Massage: $49 gets you an hour-long chiropractic postural and spinal analysis (a $195 value). Your voucher includes a thorough consultation, diagnostic, and orthopedic testing, plus an electronic gait scan analysis to evaluate foot biomechanics. Hycroft offers a drug-free, hands-on approach to healthcare, addressing ailments such as headaches, neck pain, and postural alignment issues. If too much time at the computer, an old sports injury, or just the stress of daily life has left you hunched over like a caveman, this 75%-off deal is the sapiens choice.
Invented by a couples therapist who advocated reconciliation through physical competition, tennis utilizes endearing terms such as love to guide opponents toward affectionate accords. Witness winking backhands and cross-court cuddles with this GrouponLive deal to the Odlum Brown VanOpen presented by Invesco at Hollyburn Country Club in West Vancouver. Choose between the following options: For $22, you get two general-admission tickets to matches held on Monday, July 30 (up to a $44 value). Gates open at 9 a.m., and matches start at 10 a.m. For $28, you get two general-admission tickets to matches held on Thursday, August 2 (up to ...
The Fine Print
Voucher expires October 22, 2013 Buy 1 voucher for yourself, unlimited as gifts Limit 1 voucher per person Appointments required, call 604-568-6601 for bookings 24 hour cancellation policy or voucher is void Taxes and gratuities not included Not valid with any other offers, promotions or deals No cash back or credit Voucher redeemable as of October 22, 2012
You have always dreamt of going to China, but the closest thing you have come to authentic Chinese culture is visiting the Canadian-ized Chinese take-out place around the corner from your house. Although taking the trip halfway around the world may be pricey, you no longer have to pay big bucks to get close to an authentic Chinese experience.Living Well Spa in Vancouver offers you the latest in Chinese therapy techniques that will bring your body into balance. Experience Chinese technique massages that work to enhance the healing process and promote ultimate relaxation. Trained and experienced estheticians will treat you to a full 30 minute body massage, facial and a 10-minute head massage for only $39. Come out feeling refreshed and relaxedSo even if you couldn’t afford to take the vacation to China you so desperately wanted, Living Well will make you come out feeling refreshed; just like that post-vacation feeling you were so desperately seeking. "I was skeptical about the techniques they said they used but oh my gosh do they feel great. My elbow had been bothering me from playing tennis often and the girls at Living Well completely fixed it. My elbow hasn’t bothered me in weeks.”- Laurie F.“Absolutely love Living Well, especially going for a head massage! Fabulous and so incredibly relaxing.”- Jenna D.“Great prices and atmosphere. I came out feeling so relaxed and refreshed. My body felt so great and I felt like I could conquer the world. Would highly recommend.”- Janice T.