Shopping in Goldsboro

$22 for $40 Worth of Haircare — salon naej

Salon Nae'j International

North Hills

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

$40 $22

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$10 for $20 Groupon — Upscale Thrift Shops

Upscale Thrift Shops

St. Marys

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

$20 $10

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$16 for $30 Worth of Sports Apparel at Game Day Sports Outlet

Game Day Sports Outlet

Raleigh

Jerseys, hats, and accessories featuring the logos and mascots of more than 80 sports teams

$30 $15

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Books at Stevensbook (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Stevensbook

Northeast Raleigh

Fiction and non-fiction Christian books, bibles, theology texts, as well as history, NC, and the South

$20 $12

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$30 for $50 Worth of Running Shoes at Inside-Out Sports

Inside-Out Sports

Multiple Locations

Triathlon–centric shop features men’s and women’s running shoes from brands such as Asics, Newton, and Mizuno

$50 $30

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Women's Clothing or Private Shopping Event at Pink Cherry Trees LLC (60% Off)

Pink Cherry Trees LLC

Wake Forest

Enjoy beverages and snacks, personal stylists, a free gift, and 10% off with the shopping event

$20 $8

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$25 for Professional Gun Cleaning at RAM Arms Inc ($59.50 Value)

RAM Arms Inc

Durham

Gunsmiths disassemble your firearm and clean it thoroughly with ultrasonic techniques and meticulous attention to detail

$59.50 $25

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$43 for $79 Worth of Women's Clothing — Medinah Fashions & Body Oils

Medinah Fashions & Body Oils

Durham

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

$79 $43

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Up to 50% Off Young Adult Clothing — Kokomo Cutie; Valid Monday - Saturday 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Kokomo Cutie

Sanford

A mother-and-daughter team crafts dresses and jewelry; threads from brands such as Mud Pie, Ganz, and Stephen Joseph line the shelves

$20 $10

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UNC Apparel and Accessories at Johnny T-shirt (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Johnny T-shirt

Johnny T-shirt: The Carolina Store - Chapel Hill, NC

Licensed tees, sweatshirts, jackets, and other gear for fans of all ages to cheer on Tar Heel teams

$20 $10

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$11 for $30 Worth of Clothing and Accessories at The Clothing Warehouse

The Clothing Warehouse

Downtown Chapel Hill

Choose from classic vintage garments such as dresses, Levi's jeans, vintage T-shirts, men's and women's cowboy boots, and sunglasses

$30 $11

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$16 for $30 Worth of Environmentally Friendly Clothing, Home Goods, and Toys at Twig

Twig

Chapel Hill

Environmentally-friendly and fair-trade accessories, including quality home goods, creative toys, and organic baby gear

$30 $16

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Women's Clothing and Accessories at Branché Boutique (42% Off)

Branche Boutique

Westfall Park

From the merchant: Hand Picked Clothing in the latest style and trends

$50 $29

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At Dulce Dessert Boutique, fluffy frosting and moist, sweet cake are a siren's call to everyone who comes inside. It only helps that the shop's glass cases safely stow rows of cupcakes decorated with neon icing, homemade popcorn, and chocolate covered pretzels. But that's just the tip of what the bakers here dream up every day. Of their offerings, cake pops come with bright candy coatings and frosted cookies can be personalized, like with the name "Randy" to reflect the first name you wish you always had. In a departure from the standard cake flavors most bakeries offer, the specialty here is a classic Dominican cake that highlights the flavors of the Caribbean. Custom celebration cakes are also popular, with peanut butter cup and cinnamon crunch flavors in addition to artistic buttercream and fondant decorations to match a theme or style preference.

3241 US Highway 70 East
Smithfield,
NC
US

Real McCoy Paintball sets friend against friend, neighbor against neighbor, and brother against someone's friend and neighbor in a full onslaught in the great outdoors. The play is split into three fields: Hyperball, air ball, and the woods. During games, paintball markers release ammo in rapid fire, leaving opponents a bright, splotchy mess as refs makes sure play is on the level.

1947 Progressive Church Rd.
Princeton,
NC
US

After Dustin Canestorp returned home from his tour of duty in Iraq, he and his Marine Corps buddies would gather to play poker and sample the beer Canestorp brewed at home. His dream: to brew beer professionally by opening a microbrewery in eastern North Carolina, a beach-filled haven with a craft-beer desert. That dream came to fruition, though with one additional element: Beer Army would raise funds for local charities and communities. Now, Canestorp holds festivals that introduce revelers to local and regional craft beers while gathering money for those in need. He also runs the brewery, which currently pours four of its own brews, and manages the Beer Army Outpost, a 3,000-square-foot store with a plethora of craft brews for purchase.

134 Industrial Park Drive
Trenton,
NC
US

As if the big-screen TVs, video games, and WiFi weren’t enough, now Stephen Harrell is on the lookout for a bounce house. It’s all part of his vision to make Nice Dreams Cafe a vibrant, welcoming place for young people to socialize. A lifelong resident of Raleigh, Stephen says he was alarmed by the absence of positive hangouts for kids in town. He hopes to fix that. “We don’t want it to just be grab-and-go here," he says. "We want people to be able to stay here and enjoy themselves.”

In keeping with the kid-friendly ambiance, servers scoop up achingly sweet confections such as Krispy Kreme donut sundaes, cake-batter ice cream, and toppings such as Snickers and gummy worms. Additionally, Stephen wants to further cement his café’s status as a community bastion by hosting frequent kid-friendly events and incorporating local ingredients into the menu. In the meantime, he has his eye on a few bounce houses.

12973 U.S. 70 Business
Clayton,
NC
US

With an experienced, personable staff and diverse selection of jewelry, Main Street Jewelers takes its bling seriously. Disgruntled forty-niners can browse a selection of stunning sterling-silver charms, chains, rings, bracelets, necklaces, jodhpurs, and earrings, as well as Beadle beads ($20–$32) that fit on most brand-name bracelets. The shop also stocks a full line of Concept earrings ($10–$45), designed for those with allergies and sensitive ears, and a display case full of sterling-silver Beadle bracelets ($59) eager to dress up bare wrists. A range of new and estate gold and silver items ($60+) bring dreams of owning Blackbeard’s dog’s golden bicuspid that much closer to reality. The old-fashioned jewelry boutique boasts an on-staff bench jeweler, a goldsmith, and a watchmaker to repair broken treasures, recreate favorite pieces, and clean up tarnished trimmings.

236 E Main St
Clayton,
NC
US

My Girlfriends Place owner Dawn Thompson-Black and her troop of beautifiers combat dowdiness, preserve youthfulness, and annihilate unchecked follicular propagation. The salon’s brow waxing service overhauls eyeball awnings by stripping away fuzzy debris, trimming errant strands, and shaping brows into sleek lines or favorite punctuation marks. Thompson-Black brings a deft touch to all treatments, calling upon two decades of aesthetic experience to ease anxiety, tread lightly around sensitive areas, and soothe skin feeling the sting of separation. Clients take new faces for a spin within the homey comforts of My Girlfriends Place’s new location just beyond the panoramic front porch and pulled pork vending machine of the stately Southern Traditions House.

115 E 1st St
Clayton,
NC
US