Want to run with the in-crowd for less? The newly launched Enamor aims to score women (and men) of the Valley special deals at boutiques, restaurants, spas, fitness clubs and events. Co-founders Lisa Vukonich, owner of Fuchsia Spa in Mesa, and Sean Hill, a former NHL player, describe Enamor as not just another coupon site, but rather "a fabulous little secret between friends who adore getting insider deals."
Enamor dished to New Times at its launch party Tuesday night, at (upcoming Enamor deal sponsor) Christopher's Crush. Deep discounts geared toward the fashionable female crowd range from 50 to 90 percent off.
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"I'm hooked on [private sale] sites like Rue LaLa and Gilt Groupe," said Vukonich, "And we thought, why not make it local?"
Keep your eyes peeled for these upcoming offers:
Get $30 worth of food and drink for $14 at Blu Burger Grille (four locations). As Lisa said, "We know even a fabulous lady just wants a good burger from time to time!"
Work off those burger indulgences with one month of unrestricted access to Rockstar Bootcamp, a value of $197, for $29.
Drink up at Vino 100 with a $40 voucher for $20, good for weekly wine tastings or merchandise.
Pamper yourself at Vukonich's own Fuchsia Spa. Get a Shellac Spa Pedi and Shellac Polish Mini Mani, which lasts for 14 days without chipping, for $39 instead of $85 and a Hot Date Facial or Aromatherapy Massage for $34 down from $75.
"Look at that shellac! You have to have it!" Hill gushed, grabbing Vukonich's hand to show off her glittering pink nails still looking brand spanking new after two weeks.
Order organic food to your doorstep. For $17.50 get $35 worth from Nature's Garden Delivered.
Take the kids iceskating for $5 each, including skate rental, at Polar Ice (three locations) instead of the usual $11.
Treat yourself to a night out at Christopher's Crush, and get $30 worth of food and drink for $15.
Hill, who's favorite part of the gig is checking out restaurants and running down deals, said, "In one day, Lisa's husband and I had lunch three times!" All in the name of market research, of course.
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