Deals in Atlanta

Atlanta Guide

Atlanta’s dense foliage has earned it a reputation as “The City in a Forest,” but Georgia’s capital has also proven fertile ground for influential public figures such as Martin Luther King, Jr. and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. The city’s history stretches back nearly two centuries, so there has been ample time to fill in a list of local celebrities that also includes baseball legend Hank Aaron. Such a list serves to highlight the exceptional diversity of Atlanta’s past and present residents. Though the city continues to add more than 450,000 new citizens per year, it offers enough variety to keep all segments of the population amused.

Atlanta has long been a cradle of innovation, and perhaps its most famous export is the internationally beloved soft drink, Coca-Cola. Local pharmacist John Pemberton first brewed the soda at Jacob’s Pharmacy in 1886, envisioning it as a cure for headaches and hangovers. Today, fans pay homage to the beverage and its colorful history at the World of Coca-Cola. Just next door at Pemberton Place is a new addition to the city’s litany of attractions: the Georgia Aquarium. Here, guests of all ages explore exhibits and touch pools that spotlight Georgia’s aquatic wildlife, from horseshoe crabs to a loggerhead sea turtle.

Atlanta’s natural splendor simply refuses to be ignored. Tucked amid the southern foothills of the Appalachian mountains, the Chattahoochee River snakes along the city’s northwestern edge. The river’s most awe-inspiring stretch burbles through a valley that reaches depths of 400 feet and widths of up to five miles. To the east, Stone Mountain cuts an imposing shape into the horizon. Rising 825 feet toward the clouds, this quartz monzonite behemoth ranks as the biggest chunk of freestanding exposed granite in the world.

Atlanta’s malls make for impressive landmarks in their own rights. The area’s reputation as a hotspot for shopping is well earned, thanks to commercial havens such as Lenox Square and the imposing Mall of Georgia in nearby Buford. A profusion of celebrated restaurants lines the famed Peachtree Street that runs through downtown Atlanta, making the city an attractive culinary destination. Just make sure you know where you’re going, as more than 65 streets in the city go by some version of “Peachtree.

Browse the many offerings of handcrafted and commercial goods, including real vinyl record shops like the store aptly named Vinyl.
 

Up to 63% Off New Facial Fillers and Wrinkle Eraser

Multiple Locations

$240 $89

Medical professionals inject Xeomin to erase lines and other wrinkles, or Radiesse to achieve fresher, younger look & fill marionette lines

Up to 61% Off Facial Treatments

Buckhead (Cates Center)

$125 $49

Facials thoroughly cleanse complexions and Triple Treat services combine microcurrent treatments, LED therapy, and an oxygen mask

55% Off Extensions

Atlanta

$200 $90

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

Up to 82% Off Keratin Treatment with Optional Haircut

Buckhead

$500 $89

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Keratin-based solution coats frazzled strands, protecting them from future damage and leaving them straight and smooth for up to five months

Up to 69% Off Haircut, Extensions, and Relaxer

Atlanta

$80 $25

Revamp your look with a new cut, complimented by optional sew-in extensions or a relaxer treatment that straightens strands for 6–8 weeks

Up to 58% Off Silken Press or Flat Twists

Morningside - Lenox Park

$60 $25

The haircare specialist eschews chemical products and excessive heating instruments in favor of natural methods that can soften coarse hair

Up to 73% Off at Alexandar Salon

Peachtree Heights West

$75 $35

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Carefully calibrated and toned highlights accent natural hues before stylists cut and blow-dry hair into sleek shapes

Up to 61% Off at Formulas Hair & Beauty Bar

Midtown

$90 $35

Following a consultation, the stylist treats hair to thermal silk presses, cuts, hydration treatments, and highlights or lowlights