In a world without adults, taxes would have to file themselves, and the president, by default, would be a stack of dogs wearing a long overcoat. Celebrate your adulthood with this Groupon.
- $25 for $50 worth of lingerie and accessories
- Toys from brands such as LELO, Jimmyjane, and We-Vibe
- Lubricants, massage oils, and candles
The staff at Good Vibrations aren't salespeople—they're SESAs, or Sex Educator-Sales Associates. The title was invented by the store to reflect not only the rigorous training that the employees go through, but also the open and empowering attitude that they project. They encourage questions about the stock of romantic accouterments, and dispense safe, respectful advice on enhancing erotic play. For the SESAs, knowledge is a stepping stone to pleasure. They've even employed the same sexologist and historian—Dr. Carol Queen—for more than 20 years to host a regular "Ask the Doctors" class.
Above all, the staff keeps a warm and welcoming shop—a characteristic that automatically distinguished Good Vibrations from its counterparts when it opened in 1977. Its philosophies have garnered the company plenty of press accolades since opening. Extending the positive, forward-thinking ethos beyond the shop's walls, the company has committed to environmentally friendly wares with its Ecorotic collection of natural lubricants—as well as eco-friendly packaging. The shop is also stocked with candles, costumes, and lingerie with the Oakland, Berkeley, and San Francisco locations carrying their largest supply of nightwear.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Great customer service in terms of education and explanations. They made me feel totally comfortable! Ask them to show you the remote, phone activated vibrator. ;)”
“Clean and well lit, a great space for women and couples.”
“Great customer service--there's always someone ready to help and give suggestions with a smile when you tell them you're stumped for what to buy, or when you say...”
“Great customer service--there's always someone ready to help and give suggestions with a smile when you tell them you're stumped for what to buy, or when you say you've got something particular in mind.”