The latest Twin Cities deals roundup includes discounted spray tans or tanning sessions at Totally Tan, an Arbor Lakes savings book, and more. For all of the latest deals for Minneapolis/St. Paul readers, check out our Local Interest category.
Totally Tan Groupon
You might not want to head out on spring break or summer vacation with pasty white skin, so if you’re into spray tans or UV tanning sessions, check out this Groupon for Totally Tan (valid at 17 metro are locations).
Pay $22 for five UV tanning sessions, $10 for one spray tan, or $29 for two spray tans and three UV tanning sessions. There is a limit of 1 per person, and all goods or services must be used by the same person. Plus, today only (3/21) you can use the coupon code OFF to take $5 off your $20+ purchase.
Free Arbor Lakes Savings Book
If you frequent Arbor Lakes in Maple Grove, print this coupon and show it at Goodthings or Guest Services to receive a free 2017 Arbor Lakes Savings Book (a $10 value). Inside you’ll find savings on apparel, home and garden, dining, lodging and attractions, and more.
St. Paul’s Como Planetarium
This planetarium near Como Park in Como Elementary School is operated by St. Paul Public Schools and offers public shows many Tuesdays during the school year. Tonight’s shows are at 5:30 and 7pm and cost $5 each (children under two are free). For more information and a full schedule, check out the Como Planetarium website.
Minnesota Sinfonia Free Concerts
Enjoy free, family-friendly concerts throughout the year when you attend a Minnesota Sinfonia concert. This professional, non-profit chamber orchestra offers free concerts and programs around the Twin Cities. All concerts are first-come, first-seated, and are open to all ages.
Their upcoming concert is “Lydia Plays Mozart” and features Lydia Artymiw on piano. Concerts are Friday (3/24) at 7pm at Roseville Lutheran Church and on Saturday (3/25) at 2pm at the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis.
Feel free to contact us if you know of any additional coupons, deals and events available to readers in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.