Deals in Grand Prairie

$29 for Registration for One for Nocturnal Lands 5K on Saturday, March 21 ($60 Value)

Nocturnal Lands

Quiktrip Park

5K music festival has participants run to different DJ stages amid interactive light shows before a main-stage after party

$60 $29

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Admission for One, Two, or Four to Chocoholic Frolic 5k or 10k on November 23 from Final Stretch (Up to 52% Off)

Chocoholic Frolic

Lone Star Park

Timed run features chocolate stops and treats at the finish line; participants receive jackets and Chocoholic Frolic finisher bar

$55 $29

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One or Two Months of Unlimited Martial-Arts Classes at Bushido Martial Arts (Up to 60% Off)

Bushido Martial Arts

Grand Prairie

Sensei draws on more than 25 years of experience to instill self-defense skills based in disciplines such as judo, Jiu Jitsu, and kickboxing

$125 $55

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$27 for 25 Zumba Classes at ZumbaRocks.org ($200 Value)

ZumbaRocks.org

Multiple Locations

Certified instructor helps guests achieve fitness goals via international dance moves set to high-energy tunes

$200 $27

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One, Two, or Four 60-Minute Personal Yoga Sessions at Diana's School of Yoga (Up to 68% Off)

Diana's School of Yoga

Grand Prairie

During private yoga sessions, instructors lead customers through a yoga session tailored to their own needs and at their own pace

$120 $39

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One or Three Chiropractic Consultations with Adjustments at Alouette Chiropractic (Up to 91% Off)

Alouette Chiropractic

Grand Prairie

Chiropractic adjustments can help a range of problems such as headaches, neck pain, and sports injury

$175 $25

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One-Hour Private Introductory Class and One or Five Beginner Classes at RCJ Machado Jiu-Jitsu (Up to 83% Off)

RCJ Machado Jiu-jitsu

Multiple Locations

Instructors teach students of all ages self-defense techniques, such as take-downs and submissions, that also boost strength and flexibility

$60 $10

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Ripley’s has enthralled audiences for more than nine decades with its dedication to revealing odd and unexplainable rarities from around the globe. But it all began with one man: Robert Ripley, a wildly successful and eccentric character who rose to fame during the first half of the 20th century. After selling his first cartoon to Life magazine at age 14, he set out on a quick-paced career of drawing sports cartoons for the New York Globe. During a slow day at the office, he sketched nine unusual sporting events and finished his work with a title: “Believe It or Not!” It became immensely popular, allowing Ripley to travel the world in search of more bizarre stories to put into his comic strips. While visiting relatively unknown areas in locales such as India, China, and the inside of his neighbor’s chimney, he picked up a slew of unbelievable souvenirs that later became fixtures in several of Ripley’s museums, or as they’re affectionately called today, Odditoriums. Ripley’s now encompasses publications, attractions, a television show, and a blog, all of which carry Ripley’s tradition of reporting on the world’s curiosities.

601 E Palace Pkwy.
Grand Prairie,
TX
US

The highly trained technicians at Jiffy Lube tend to about 24 million customers each year with services such as the Jiffy Lube Signature Service Oil-Change, which helps promote the longevity of each vehicle. Staffers acknowledge that oil plays a crucial role in maximizing the lifespan of each car—it cools the motor and helps prevent moving parts from deteriorating. More than 20,000 technicians who have completed an extensive training program certified by the National Institute Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) service vehicles at Jiffy Lube.

In addition to performing oil changes, technicians perform preventative services such as air-filtration, among others, as well as state emissions inspections. Jiffy Lube’s quality pledge includes a commitment to transparency, which stipulates that they will inform car owners of any necessary services, complete a service only after it has been approved, and refuse to replace windshields with saran wrap.

3030 W Camp Wisdom Rd.
Grand Prairie,
TX
US

A love for gulf pulses through the veins of the Mims family, owners of Sunset Golf Club. In the age when the jeep was invented, Mount Rushmore received its finishing touches, and the first paper airplane flew into outer space, C.B. Mims's professional golf career was blazing a trail through such PGA tournaments as the 1941 U.S. Open. While her brother slammed tee shots with the fellas, Bettye Mims Danoff, a touring professional, set out to create a brand-new league for the opposite sex, and in 1950, became 1 of the 11 founding members of the LPGA. Their passion for golf and C.B.'s passion for architecting playing grounds led to the birth of Sunset Golf Club.

Greens management and club selection eventually infused in the Mims DNA, filtering through two subsequent generations that continue to own and operate the nine-hole course to this day. Fifty years of course management saturated with passed down know-how gifts the clan with comprehensive golfing knowledge used to maintain 3,350 yards of bunkers, water hazards, and bermuda-grass greens.

4906 E Main St
Grand Prairie,
TX
US

Clean running clothes have no place at Mighty Mud Dash, a 5K-challenge course that beckons runners of all fitness levels to plunge through stretches of mud in search of glory. Friendly competition is encouraged as waves of runners forge a path through more than 20 rugged, slippery obstacles?including wall climbs, cargo net-covered crawls, 30-yard mud-filled trenches, and a sprawling tarp slide.

Though the main race is only open to competitors age 14 and older, a scaled-down 100-yard obstacle dash welcomes children as young as 6 to test their agility and endurance. After the competition, participants gather for celebration and music at the post-race party, where they can rinse off or roll all over an expensive white velour sofa to a soundtrack of upbeat tunes. A portion of the proceeds from the event benefit the work of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, a non-profit organization working to conserve Texas's natural resources like its hunting and fishing grounds.

1000 Lone Star Pkwy
Grand Prairie,
TX
US

From the moment you pull up, it’s not hard to tell that Don Juan’s Romantic Mexican Food opened in 1966. A certain brand of flashy midcentury Americana lights up every inch of the stucco building, declared a Grand Prairie Significant Landmark by the city's historical commission. Hand-painted signs—one shaped like a gargantuan sombrero—advertise “luncheons” and “dinners.” The menu hasn’t changed much, either: for more than 45 years, the cooks have been making chili, hot sauce, guacamole, and many other ingredients from scratch using the same recipes the founder perfected when the restaurant first opened. Tacos, burritos, and tamales join Tex-Mex favorites such as enchiladas, chili con queso, and taco salad in a deep-fried shell. For dining on the go or on the lam, the restaurant sports a drive-thru (one of the first in town) in addition to a robin’s-egg-blue counter with matching swivel stools.

325 E Main St
Grand Prairie,
TX
US

Before heeding the call to a life as a certified yoga instructor, Diana Roehl helped companies to cultivate corporate talent as a human-resources specialist. Now she helps individuals to discover the strengths that lie within. Roehl steers students toward these revelations with Hatha yoga, whose deep breaths and focused poses center the mind as they fortify the muscles. Natural light and calming blue walls envelop group classes at her studio, casting a soothing glow on shiny wooden floorboards where students practice shoulder stands and bridges. Roehl also brings her yoga teachings to local offices, showing employees how to dislodge stress and impossibly jammed printer paper with graceful movements and powerful exhalations. Between classes, she leads Thai bodywork sessions, which combine acupressure and ayurvedic medicine through assisted yoga poses.

925 W Pioneer Pkwy
Grand Prairie,
TX
US