Shopping in Davis

Up to 69% Off Wine Tasting from NakedWines.com

Vizcaya

$60 $20

Catch the NakedWines.com tour bus as it doles out tastings at various venues

50% Off E-Cigarettes and Accessories at New Horizon Vapor Shop

Sacramento

$20 $10

Vaping novices and enthusiasts alike can shop for a variety of e-cigarettes, accessories, and custom-made e-juice created in-house

55% Off Adult Toys and Accessories at Kiss N Tell

Multiple Locations

$55 $25

Adult toys, lingerie, and accessories such as furry handcuffs, massage oil, and edible body paint enhance romantic encounters

$10 for Adult Novelties at Adult Megastores

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Adult-store chain stocks a variety of romance items, such as personal massagers, lingerie, DVDs, and massage oils

90% Off Bubblegum-Flavored Whitening Kit from Smile Sciences

Larchmont Village

$299 $29

Dentist-tested and hygienist-approved teeth-whitening kit brightens smiles without causing pain or sensitivity

Half Off Men's Clothing

Sacramento

$40 $20

High-end denim jeans by True Religion and G-Star, button-ups by Ben Sherman and Scotch and Soda, and T-shirts by Penguin and Hurley

83% Off Three Bracelets at Ally+Zoe

East Sacramento

$149 $24.99

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

55% Off Twin-Sized Mattress at Mattress Studio

Sacramento

$199 $90

Imperial-brand twin-sized mattress makes for blissful sleep with cozy quilted construction and a five-year warranty

Half Off Women's Apparel and Beauty Services

Melange Womens Boutique

$30 $15

A selection of chic skirts, shirts, and dresses, plus professional hairstyling and makeup application

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

Up to 56% Off Smart Phone Accessory Bundle

Arden - Arcade

$33.97 $15

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Large variety of cell phone cases such as screen protectors, headphones, chargers, cables, power banks, batteries & lanyards for all phones

Up to 50% Off Fashion and Denim

Queens of Consignment

$50 $25

Trend-savvy, body-conscious silhouettes meet eco-friendly fabrics in Liliana's collection of ready-to-wear dresses and denim

Up to 50% Off Children's Apparel, Shoes, and Toys

Fairfield

$20 $10

Clothiers specialize in lightly-used items for newborns, toddlers, and their mothers

50% Off Makeup

Suisun City

$60 $30

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

51% Off Game Time at EPIC Cyber Cafe

Roseville

$35 $17

Membership grants access to one of 30 gaming machines for 6 hours of play time on games such as Battlefield 3, Starcraft II, and Dota 2

Half Off at Superset Nutrition & Supplements

Kaseberg - Kingswood

$40 $20

Selection of vitamins, fat burners, and amino-acid mixtures

Select Local Merchants

Ground Zero Clothing and Boardshop’s adroit staff has been equipping athletes with apparel and gear for skateboarding, snowboarding, and wakeboarding since 1997. Harnessing the style and proven functionality of such top-tier brands as TOMS, Volcom, Nike SB, and Burton, they swathe bodies from head to toe in shoes, jeans, and T-shirts. Their collection of Spy and Electric sunglasses protects peepers from whipping winds, and their skateboard decks by Real and Creature help guests skim across surfaces with the speed of an over-caffeinated zamboni operator. Though their selection of boards and accessories rotates frequently, they typically have skimboards, wakeboards, and snowboards in stock to help their guests defy gravity in style. Additionally, skilled staff members recalibrate scuffed boards or grant patrons a chance to test pilot new ways to commute to work with their equipment repair and rental services.

225 G St
Davis,
CA
US

Poised briefly on the edge, jump-suit-clad guests gaze down at Northern California's rolling landscape as it sprawls out thousands of feet below. The whir of the 850-horsepower Cessna Grand Caravan drowns out the sound of a deep breath before a small jump transforms the mechanical din into a constant, enveloping whoosh as adventurers rush toward the ground in free fall. Established in 1987, Skydance Skydiving has engineered such peerless adrenaline rushes for thousands of thrill seekers, ensuring safety through training and expertise. Tandem jumps keep newbies in the able hands of attached professionals, who deploy the ’chutes and prevent their charges from realizing that all humans possess the power of flight. Prospective solo jumpers can enroll in classes that gradually work up to an unassisted jump, following thorough classroom training and assisted jumps.

24390 Aviation Ave
Davis,
CA
US

During his 17-year-long professional paintballing career, Micah McGlocklin clinched five championships, including one with Sacramento XSV, a team he formed in 2003. He has more than 12 years of experience operating paintball fields, and this technical expertise paired with his obvious passion for the sport is evident in the facilities at Davis Paintball Center. Eager to introduce others to the joys of chromatic chaos, Micah and his staff walk novices through the game’s rules, equipment, and safety tips. Newbies are then organized into teams for refereed bouts on one of nine fields spread across 40 acres. As tenderfoots test out their paintballing skills on fields such as Four Corners and Center Castle—where a roomy distance separates opponents—advanced players can compete in more compact spaces at two hyperball fields, an airball field, and a paint-soaked broom closet.

1534 Pastal Way
Davis,
CA
US

Behind a rough-hewn wooden façade, walls embellished with wheels and cycles surround Apex Cycles & Services' solo employee, Aaron Curtin. While stocking the store with quality bikes and parts from brands such as Kona, Continental, and De Rosa, Aaron builds an excellent rapport with customers by executing thorough cycle services for almost all makes and models. Bike treatments range from basic tune-ups to comprehensive overhauls that include the installation of fresh parts and a deep cleansing. Aaron also constructs bikes from custom components and works with clients to accommodate all budgets by utilizing prviously used parts and allowing patrons to whittle down debts by volunteering at the shop. Aaron can pick up and drop off two-wheelers himself or welcome them into his store with more delight than a BMX rider moving to a neighborhood filled with drained pools.

912 5th Street
Davis,
CA
US

Xtreme Halloween celebrates the art of disguise with hundreds of costumes, accessories, and Halloween decorations. The costume emporium's Roseville location stocks Halloween accessories and costumes for children and babies as well as adults, and the Davis location specializes in costumes sized to fit adults or adult-size babies. Patrons can peruse a shimmering sea of costume wigs ($9.99+) or delight a pet spider with a bolt of artificial spiderwebs ($3.99). A man's evil jester costume ($39.99) pairs with well-practiced maniacal cackles, and girls' Monster High costumes ($29.99) transform growing girls into fashionable ghouls. Revelers can conceal faces behind a colorful Venetian feather mask ($14.99+), which can be reused year-round to class up grocery checkout lines.

612 4th St.
Davis,
CA
US

Outdoor Davis outfits outdoorsmen and -women in rugged apparel from brands such as Vibram, Patagonia, and prAna. Slip on a pair of glove-like Vibram Five Fingers ($85–$125) to let your feet move more naturally and freely, improving balance and posture, strengthening muscles in the lower feet, and enabling you to pick up pens off the floor without bending over. Alternatively, adorn bodies with light, loose-fitting prAna clothing ($30–$80) or durable Patagonia apparel ($20–$100). A wide variety of children’s clothing and shoes ($30–$70) also prepares younger generations for 10,000-foot ascents during recess or snack-time boulder-climbing competitions; accessories such as sleeping bags ($60–$300), water filters and stoves ($40-$120), and backpacks ($40–$300) help make campsites more comfortable.

623 2nd St
Davis,
CA
US