Step 1. Purchase the Groupon using the Buy button above.Step 2. Visit the page that corresponds to the product specified on your Groupon:Step 3. Select 'Add to Cart' and enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the 'code' field at checkout. Register for an account if needed, and provide your shipping and billing information. Your redemption code differs from the Groupon number, and can only be found on the mobile app or on a printed voucher.Step 4. Enjoy!
Located in Sears stores or at adjacent offices, Sears Optical's independent optometrists screen peepers to determine accurate prescriptions and diagnose any health problems. As doctors position a refractive device over the eyes, flipping through lenses of varying strengths, patients describe the level of clarity with which they can see the purple zebra dancing in the far corner. In addition to the prescriptive exam, doctors may use eye drops to dilate the pupil to scrutinize the retina.
At Pot-Luck, it's true that patrons paint their own pottery—but that only skims the surface of what's really going on. Guests pick out and paint their own ceramic plates, mugs, and wizard figurines. The eclectic array of glazes, paints, and idea books complement their vast selection of ceramic pieces, and the flat studio fee covers an entire day of wandering around the studio's well-stocked confines. When visitors are finished, the team fires their handiwork in the on-site kilns, transforming them from raw ceramic into pieces safe for a dishwasher, microwave, oven, or flaming cupboard.
Design your own glass dishes, silver jewelry, shirts, and pottery with this Groupon for $15 for a $35 voucher to Ceramics in the City. Those who maintain they learned everything they need to know in kindergarten will tell you that painting ceramics is an explosion of creative awakening on par only possibly with the popsicle stick–log cabin building and macaroni gluing that spur childhood imaginations to glowing realms of ecstatic craft-joy. There are plates, pots, vases, and more to paint at Ceramics in the City, but if you don't want to do the dishes, make your own sterling silver rings, necklaces, and earrings with silver clay, or design your own t-shirt. You can also do glass fusing, melting your own glass designs into dishes to create designer glassware. The roomy, comfortable studios are a great place to get friends together for a pottery or jewelry party, and the friendly staff will help you create wildly innovative plates and pendants that make one-of-a-kind, conspicuous gifts.
The team at Above & Beyond Sewing & Vacuum can sell you a high-quality sewing machine, but they also know this is just the first part of their job. Upon purchasing a Baby Lock or Serger machine, customers gain complimentary access to the store's sewing classes. They can also shop an extensive array of parts and accessories, including stabilizers, embroidery designs, and rotary cutters. If need be, they can take advantage of repair services, which are often secured with a one-year warranty. Above & Beyond also carries a diverse selection of vacuum cleaners, and is an authorized repair facility for Miele, Simplicity, and Dyson models, but not dogs that eat crumbs off the floor.
Hop to It! outfits DIY drinkers of every skill level with all the tools and ingredients they need to craft original alcohol in their own home, be it beer, wine, or mead. Although kits come with all the equipment needed to distill your own draught, ingredients are sold separately. On the day you redeem your Groupon, though, you will receive 10% off your first beer recipe. The shop's massive selection of specialty grains, yeasts, herbs, spices, sugars, hops, and malt extracts make it easy to recreate your favorite local brews, such as Boulder Street Wheat ($36.99) and Northern Lights IPA ($44.99). Mad suds scientists, meanwhile, can blend concoctions with coriander seeds ($1.99), sweet orange peel ($2.49), cardamom seed ($2.99), and banana flavoring ($6.49) to discover what a Christmas ale might taste like in Kenya, or with ferment licorice sticks ($1.59) and strawberry flavoring ($7.69) to make Twizzlerbrau.