Deals in South University


Haircut with Optional Highlights or Color, or Package with Color and Retouches at Harlow Boutique Salon (Up to 65% Off)

Harlow Boutique Salon

Harlow Boutique Salon

Haircut with optional single color or highlights to revamp manes; package includes single color and two retouches

$210 $80

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One or Three 60-Minute Infrared Sauna Sessions at Eugene Wellness Center (Up to 58% Off)

Eugene Wellness Center

Eugene Wellness Center

Far-infrared light improves circulation, promotes fast healing, and may boost metabolism

$20 $9

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Haircut and Style with Optional Mini Manicure from Colette Jardine at Chad Michael Salon (Up to 52% Off)

Colette Jardine at Chad Michael Salon

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Colette Jardine sharpens looks by doling out chic haircuts and groomed and painted nails

$30 $15

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$48 for $132 Alaska Glacial Facial Mud Masque — Melinda's Spatooyou & Travel

Melinda's MobileSpa & Wellness

Eugene

From the merchant: Glacial masque detoxifies, exfoliates, and softens skin with more than 60 nourishing trace elements

$132 $48

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1, 5, or 10 Groupons, Each Good for 60-Minute Infrared-Sauna Session at SpringWell Health Center (Up to 66% Off)

SpringWell Health Center

SpringWell Health Center

Dry infrared heat can increase circulation, promote deep detoxification, pain relief, improved cellular health, and faster skin healing

$20 $9

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$48 for $95 Groupon — Healing Works, LLC

Healing Works, Llc

Eugene

From the merchant: Sip on ionized water. Feel your stress and tension melt away with a hand tailored massage w/ YL essential oils. Enjoy

$95 $48

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The dungeon masters within Evolution Gaming's dragon-haunted walls lord over not only a board-, card-, and model-game depot, but also a stadium that hosts campaigns, tournaments, and one-off games. Miniature battlefields both urban and rural might be rolled over by Flames of War tanks and infantry, or invaded by the elves, orcs, and humans of Warhammer. Aspiring game masters can peruse several walls of rulebooks before stepping into alternate worlds or eras of the past such as in Founding Fathers.
2475 Hilyard St
Eugene,
OR
US
An affiliate of Enterprise, WeCar mobilizes its members with short-term rentals of fuel-efficient, hybrid, and plug-in vehicles. For a minimum of one hour, drivers borrow cars for errands or business meetings at an hourly or daily rate that includes gas, basic insurance coverage, and up to 200 miles per use. Upon making a reservation—which can be done 24 hours a day—members retrieve a vehicle from its designated location. Members are expected to keep the car in respectful condition, keeping pets in carriers, not smoking, and using the included gas card to refill tanks once the reach only one-quarter full. Any trips longer than 200 miles incur an additional $0.35 fee per mile, and 24-hour roadside assistance ensures drivers aren't stranded with flat tires, dead batteries, or horns that won't stop honking the Knight Rider theme song. At the end of each trip, the car must be returned on time to its original location.
Patterson St. and E 17th Ave.
Eugene,
OR
US
The average exerciser may not know Nia, but Sarah and Amy of Somatic Alchemy live and breathe the holistic workout. They teach the blend of dance, martial arts, and healing arts in an upbeat, yet relaxing environment. Set to music, Nia’s steps are carefully guided, and they burn calories without high impact. So Sarah and Amy welcome students at all levels of fitness to their classes, held atop The Reach Center’s sprung floors (which are easy on the joints).
2520 Harris St.
Eugene,
OR
US
The Clothes Horse's fashion experts select the finest upscale, contemporary clothing for their richly decorated storefront. Mannequins show off finery in the glass storefront window, inspiring customers to reach trendy new heights or to start careers as statues. Inside the cozy shop, customers meander over scarlet carpets and browse racks of name-brand clothing, neat rows of shoes, and accessories displayed on columned tables. Shoppers can try on a contemporary dress ($8-$30) for size, or sample a Banana Republic skirt that emigrated from its tropical home only six months ago ($16). Customers can complete outfits with a fashionable purse ($6–$20) or use it for street art by cramming it with ketchup packets and stomping it like a barrel of grapes at a vineyard. Festive umbrellas hang upside-down from the shop’s ceiling, and handbags, elegant dresses, ornate mirrors, and poster art deck the pale walls.
720 E 13th Ave
Eugene,
OR
US
Dr. Jerry Evans leads a caring crew at Evans Chiropractic Group, drawing from more than 20 years of experience dekinking vertebrae to finesse skeletal structures ailing from work injuries, sports-induced aches, and everyday boo-boos. Spreading the treatments over two visits, the initial session begins with a consultation to discuss problems and pains before the chiropractic exam realigns spines and unspools tightly wound physiques like a yo-yo running away from its shadow. The second appointment provides time to converse about the doctor's findings as well as develop a pain-management game plan, if necessary. A 60-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massage concludes the healing meeting as a trained muscle kneader loosens limbs and fluffs bone cushions for a pillowy soft feel.
190 East 18th Avenue
Eugene,
OR
US
Generally, the undiscriminating palates of post-party college students are not to be trusted. But since 2009, hungry Ducks (and even Puddles himself) have been flocking to the late-night Uly's Taco cart in Eugene, enabling founder Keith Bisbee to open not just a second cart there, but also a brick-and-mortar restaurant in Gresham. At the new restaurant, Uly's Taco Bar, Keith has the literal and creative space to expand the menu, going beyond a handful of taco and burrito offerings to introduce cilantro salads, sweet-potato burritos, and tortilla soup. But even at the new location, the most popular item is still the Trifecta, a trio of chicken, carnitas, and adobada tacos. Uly's also has the NFL ticket for fans equally devoted to football and food. Once the upstairs taqueria shuts down for the evening, groups can head downstairs to the basement bar, where on-tap beers and a pool table keep the ambiance buzzing into the wee hours.
E13th Ave and Kincaid St
Eugene,
OR
US
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