For this week's batch of perky goodness, we've got 40 percent off a couple's massage class, 25 percent off all Bliss spa products and 30 percent off all polos (like Fred Perry and J. Lindeberg) from Fresh Polos. We've also got an extra 10 percent off a bulletproof polo. But you can't put a price on safety...
Things to do for December 18, 2008
Will Ferrell Live, Gratis Wine and Dreidels of Fury
The weekend isn't going anywhere that doesn't have a roaring fire.
Leveraged Holiday Parties at Merchants
Of course Merchants may not be your first choice of venue for a holiday soiree, but these days when someone offers us credit, we take it—especially when we're talking about a party. Bring twenty people for a two-hour open bar and the $1,000 tab you owe conveniently gets lost in the mail until next December.
70% Off Band of Outsiders, Woolrich and More
Gear from suit-and-tie champions Band of Outsiders, simple upscale sneaker hucksters Common Projects and plaid enthusiasts Woolrich Woolen Mills is up to 70 percent off. Things are looking up. Or at least looking good.
The nautically flavored Italian watch brand has a new flagship store in Midtown, gathering the entire Panerai collection for the first time in New York. They've also brought a few Ferrari timepieces along for the ride, in case you're more of a motoring enthusiast than a sailor.
The last time you went to a short-film festival with titillating films, an homage to the amusing erotica of yesteryear and racy puppet shows... actually there was no last time.
After lampooning Dubya for years on SNL, Will Ferrell takes his dim-witted frat boy impersonation to Broadway for a final salute/farewell to 43. Tickets go on sale Sunday—start strategerizing now.
As far as gambling games go, dreidel is sort of the indoor Jewish equivalent of shooting dice on the corner. This is your chance to take your game to the next level and spin the dreidel in a tourney set to live heavy metal covers of Hanukah songs. Go for the gelt...
We hate to tell you this, but your portfolio isn't worth what it was in July. Unless you feel like going on vacation. Elite Island Resorts is accepting blue-chip stocks in exchange for vacations in Nevis, St. Lucia or a few other choice islands. And they're valuing your depressed stocks at their July 1 value. Now you can travel like it's 2007 all over again.