Arizona Stores and Shopping

50% Off E-Cigarettes and Supplies at Simply Smokes

Simply Smokes

$20 $10

Vaping novices and aficionados alike can browse through a selection of e-cigarettes and supplies

Up to 68% Off Electric-Cigarette Starter Kit

Multiple Locations

$90 $29

Electric cigarettes deliver nicotine hits synced to users’ drags without traditional cigarettes’ tobacco and toxic extras

Up to 52% E-Cigar Smoking Kit


$30 $16

Discreet, smoke-free e-cigars look, taste, and feel like the real thing without the smell and last 1,100 puffs

Half Off Women's Apparel at Sugar KyssBoutique

Inside Salon Boutique

$30 $15

Bright women's boutique dresses young ladies in dresses, skirts, blouses, and accessories that cater to all styles and sizes

50% Off from Hiland’s Cigars

South Scottsdale

$30 $15

Medium-bodied cigars from long-established cigar store aim to titillate taste buds

50% Off Children's Clothing


$10 $5

Resale store with a focus on fast-growing kids. The selection includes sizes from NB to juniors as well as maternity clothing.

Up to 59% Off Shoulder Bags

Downtown Tempe

$35 $15

Choose from shoulder bags and hobo bags in an array of bright, hippie-chic designs and patterns

Up to 50% Off Clothing at Big Plus Fashions


$20 $11

Men, women, and children can browse through a varied selection of discounted plus-size clothing

44% Off


$50 $28

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 70% Off Designer Eyewear

Multiple Locations

$100 $30

Shelves brim with 1,500 couture frames from designers such as Marc Jacobs and Gucci

Up to 55% Off Skin Care Products


$40 $20

Clients firm, lift, and nourish skin with organic skincare prodcuts

50% Off Services


$80 $40

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

54% Off Products


$50 $23

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to Half Off Light Fixtures at Lighting Design


$299 $150

Sconces by Savoy House and Designers Fountain, ceiling fans by Minka Aire, and rustic chests and cabinets by Uttermost

50% Off Lingerie and Intimacy Products

Multiple Locations

$40 $20

Adults peruse a variety of intimate products ranging from sultry lingerie and costumes to vibrators and romance kits

50% Off Lingerie and Intimacy Products

Multiple Locations

$40 $20

Adults peruse a variety of intimate products ranging from sultry lingerie and costumes to vibrators and romance kits

50% Off


$550 $275

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Half Off Champagne and Lace Party or Personal Lingerie Shopping


$100 $49.99

Sip on champagne while style consultants help you pick out the perfect lingerie ensemble

Half Off Vintage Upcycled Apparel at Knee Deep Denim

Camelback East

$30 $15

Designer alters and distresses vintage denim to create one-of-a-kind pieces, from bleach-speckled cut-offs to frayed denim vests

50% Off Lingerie and Intimacy Products


$40 $20

Adults peruse a variety of intimate products ranging from sultry lingerie and costumes to vibrators and romance kits

Up to 76% Off Videotape to DVD Transfers

Downtown Mesa

$100 $29

Experienced media technicians transfer up to 5 or 10 home videotapes onto 120-minute DVDs

Half Off Authentic Michael Kors or Coach Handbags at Pandora's Purse


$60 $30

Customers pluck authentic designer handbags from shelves and add them to wardrobes for at least 40% less than their retail price

Up to 57% Off Tuxedo Rentals from Abra Formal Wear


$140 $59.99

Refined, flattering tuxedos for formal events

Up to 58% Off Children’s Birthday Party


$285 $119

Depending on the party theme, guests will create crafts, sit down for tea, or get their makeup and nails done

50% Off Bike Tune-Up at The Pedal Bike Shop

Tempe, AZ

$80 $40

Bike technicians adjust the brakes & gears, lube the chain and cable, apply a wheel truing, and wash the bike

40% Off

North Mountain

$5 $3

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

83% Off Three Bracelets at Ally+Zoe

El Presidio

$149 $24.99

Show off your knowledge of the stacking-bracelets trend by adorning your wrist with a set of three fashionable bracelets

54% Off Ortho-Keratology Vision-Shaping System


$2,000 $925

Series of lenses reshape the cornea overnight, providing clear vision throughout the next day without the need for glasses or contacts

The Body Shop – $15 for Skincare and Body Products

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Luxurious bath and body products, skincare, cruelty free make-up and more made with ingredients from 25 international fair-trade suppliers

Half Off TV Wall Mounts or Electronics


$60 $29.99


Endow a flat-screen TV with the ability to tilt or swivel, or browse a wide variety of discounted cables, chargers, and other accessories

Up to 40% Off Pari' Boutique


$30 $18

Chic boutique houses ever-changing collection of fashionable DLI961 Denim pieces & Rock Revival jeans, shorts & capris

Up to 51% Off EDEN GardenHouse

Phoenix College

$45 $22

Five garden rooms provide clear visuals as students learn to enliven the outdoors with colors, patterns, textures, and furniture.

Up to 60% Off Revera

Downtown Phoenix

$150 $59

Patrons use essential oils and other ingredients to forge fragrances; eggplant-purple bottles protect the personal perfumes from UV rays

Half Off Wine and Truffle at Vino 100

Tatum Ranch

$40 $19.99


Mélange of wine samples complements truffles during lively and relaxed wine tastings

44% Off

Paradise Valley

$25 $14

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 75% Off Cabinetry


$500 $199

Cabinet specialists offer high quality, unique units by Diamond; cabinetry comes with limited lifetime warranty and made in USA

Up to 60% Off Golf Club Fitting


$100 $49.99

Technicians analyze players' swings during fitting sessions, and substitute various parts to find the ideal combination for their movements

Select Local Merchants

Frank Martin, owner of Crooked Sky Farms and a believer in ecologically sustainable agricultural methods, developed a profound respect for seeds and their eventual bounty as the child of a farmer and an organic gardener. The farm's humble beginnings date back to 1999, when Frank began cultivating seedlings in his own backyard and showering the plants with water and nightly bedtime stories. The South Phoenix–based farm has expanded to four urban locations, and supplies in-season offerings to local farmers' markets and members of its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) initiative. Each week, members of the CSA visit the farm to collect their eight portions of fruits and vegetables, ideal for culinary pursuits or heightening the realism of Carmen Miranda fashion tributes.

Crooked Sky Farms' crops spring from the Earth without the addition of chemical insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or fertilizers, earning them a certified naturally grown accreditation. The farm's abundant lanes of dense plants glean their enrichment from compost produced by the farm or sourced from organic providers, as well as natural and time-tested agricultural methods such as crop rotation, the use of protective buffer plants, and serenading clouds to make them rain. The picturesque planting grounds serve as a backdrop for seasonal events featuring cuisine crafted from the farm's produce and live entertainment under the romantic glow of the desert sky.

2134 South 16th Avenue

Michael Huhn founded Desert Divers to share the love of diving he cultivated while swimming among the menagerie of colorful sea life in the warm, limpid waters of the Sea of Cortez. Over the past 30 years, he’s recruited a staff of dedicated instructors that schools nascent underwater explorers in introductory lessons and intensive scuba-certification classes. The staff members equip students with most necessary gear for the classes, which cover maritime topics ranging from first aid and fish identification to deep diving and how to fashion sleeping octopuses into temporary helmets. Many classes require that participants first take an open-water scuba course, which bestows diving fundamentals and can eventually lead to certification. The center welcomes all past open-water students back for free refresher courses, helping former pupils sharpen their skills in advance of upcoming dives and snorkel-throwing tournaments. To further refine aquatic abilities, Desert Divers leads new graduates out on field trips to such dive-friendly locales as San Carlos, Mexico, and Key Largo, Florida.

3110 E Fort Lowell Rd

From its online storefront, The Cupcake Café sets taste buds aflutter by shipping 20 varieties of handcrafted dessert delectables to sweet-toothed stoops. All cupped cakes are made from scratch and recipes derived from close friends, family, or maternal Ouija boards. The southern red velvet seduces all senses, with smooth cream-cheese frosting that occasionally croons "baby" and a dusting of red glitter. The Banana Dream dresses moist banana cake in a buttercream-frosting pinafore topped with a figure-enhancing banana chip, while a cinnamon-spangled churro cupcake lassoes bucking tongues and rides them like ecstatic steers. Indecisive indulgers, however, will prefer the Baker’s Choice dozen, which uses the southern red velvet as a cornerstone for a winning mélange that might contain the Guinness-infused Dubliner, Great Pumpkin, or mexican hot chocolate.

921 West University Drive

Just a Tease recently underwent its own beauty transformation when the boutique salon was revamped with a darker color palette, more Zen-inspired decor, and even a new name, Salon Beauremy. But even though the beauty haven's image has changed, its staff's dedication to providing custom hair and skin services has not wavered. In fact, the center's stylists still reach for high-quality haircare products, such as sulfate-free Enjoy and sensitivity-friendly HBL products, as they style freshly trimmed and colored tresses. In the spa area, aestheticians enhance facials with skin-clearing products from PCA Skin, Circadia, and Janssen, and use mineral cosmetics from GloMineral and Advanced Mineral Makeup to enhance facial features with perfectly matched foundations and eye shadows. And to cater to all their patients, they offer a variety of specialized facials that prevent and treat skin conditions with cutting-edge skincare treatments such as microcurrent facial toning, epidermal leveling, and oxygen-infused facials. On the way out, beauty-goers can peruse the salon's updated art and clothing boutique stocked with apparel and accessories from Tigerlily, and framed with original artwork from local artist Renee Bau.

5865 West Ray Road

Lance Muzslay has completed 20 Ironman triathlons, and his tally keeps on ticking. This means that, in races alone, he has swum 48 miles, biked 2,240 miles, and run 514 miles—the equivalent of a car-less road trip. At Sole Sports Running Zone, he applies his expertise toward outfitting runners with the garb, gels, and kicks they’ll need to pound the pavement. Muzslay works alongside a team of equally passionate runners at locations in Tempe, Scottsdale, and Glendale. Though the franchise has peddled its wares for five years, the Glendale location opened about six months ago and has the sharpest new-shoe scent. In 2011, the franchise clinched Phoenix magazine’s vote as the best athletic-shoe retailer in the valley.

18583 N 59th Ave

Emilie Davidson Hoyt's interest in natural beauty products can be traced back to a single bar of lavender soap tucked beneath her pillow. A memento from one of her father's business trips, the fragrant bar remained close to Emilie while she slept, comforting her with its calming aroma. Throughout her childhood, Emilie suffered debilitating migraines that made her ultrasensitive to the chemicals and fragrances typically found in cosmetic products. Her condition was so bad that one of her high school teachers predicted she wouldn't succeed in college or keep a steady career.

Not only did Emilie graduate from college, she went on to found her own natural skincare company, LATHER, which initially only made olive oil–based soaps. Those soaps have since been mentioned in The New York Times, and the company has gone on to produce a full line of body, face, hair, and home products, which have appeared in other renowned publications. Emilie’s products nourish customers not only at three retail locations, but also at spas, boutiques, and hotels across the globe.

LATHER’s holistic, organic-leaning products beautify users without synthetic fragrances, artificial colors, or animal testing, and contain paraben-free preservatives and sulfate-free cleansing agents whenever possible. They also serenade olfactory senses with essential oils, vitamins, and rare fruits and herbs, and now arrive in earth-friendly EcoPure packaging, which, unlike a mummy's “No Microbes Allowed” t-shirt, accelerates natural biodegradation. LATHER maintains environmentally conscious practices, such as an in-store container recycling program and donations to worldwide reforestation projects.

15211 N Kierland Blvd