Shopping in Marshalltown

51% Off Cigar Package at Cigar Source

North of Grand

$79 $39

In The Club, aficionados enjoy fine smokeables in the company of friends while watching movies and TV as they relax on plush leather sofas

50% Off at Ace Hardware

Park Fair

$30 $15

Pick up hardware, tools, and supplies from brands such as DeWalt, Rubbermaid, and Werner or rent home-improvement equipment

83% Off Three Bracelets at Ally+Zoe

Downtown Des Moines

$149 $24.99

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

50% Off E-Cigarettes, E-Juices, and Accessories at The-Cig

Lower Beaver

$25 $12.50

Vaping aficionados can shop for e-cigarettes, accessories, and gourmet, organic e-juices

Up to 78% Off Prescription Lenses and Frames

Clive

$200 $49

Customers browse frames from brands including Liz Claiborne, Giorgio Armani, and MDX Manhattan

Up to 51% Off Printing or Shipping Services

West Des Moines

$40 $20

Let a staff member help you pack an item before shipping it via FedEx, UPS, or DHL; smooth printing, copying, and other digital services

50% Off Wine Tasting

Stuart

$32 $16

In a renovated 19th-century schoolhouse, visitors sample eclectic red and white wines crafted from locally grown ingredients

50% Off Services

Cedar Rapids

$50 $25

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

50% Off Fashion and Custom-Designed Jewelry

Cedar Rapids

$50 $25

Statement earrings, bridal jewelry, and watches; special accessories for Iowa Hawkeye fans

50% Off

Taylor

$100 $50

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

Up to 62% Off CPR Certification Courses

Cedar Rapids

$44.95 $19.99

Online or in-person CPR certification course prepares participants to administer emergency care to adults, children, and infants

Up to 53% Off Golf Lessons at That Golf Place

Williamsburg

$60 $29

PGA pro helps students improve their short game during indoor lessons at a golf emporium stocked with brands such as Taylor Made and Mizuno

Select Local Merchants

The blossom specialists at Coe’s Floral and Gifts arrange flowers for spontaneous gestures and a host of special occasions. A 12-stemmed pink-rose bouquet nests in a shapely vase with ample greens, and a dozen roses in assorted colors keep semioticians guessing. Tulips slap smiles on faces with 15 cheerful stems, and any buds in the store may be combined to create hypnotic palettes or floral supergroups. The store, which has been in business since 1932, hosts floral-design workshops on a variety of topics each month, including seasonal decorations and how to conceal a trebuchet in a bed of roses during a siege.

2619 Northridge Pkwy
Ames,
IA
US

The Iowa State University Book Store is YOUR store. Owned and operated by Iowa State University, the University Book Store has been serving the faculty, staff, students, and community for over 100 years.

2229 Lincoln Way
Ames,
IA
US

Owned by Iowa residents Lisa Barillas and Twyla Tindall, Lyla's Boutique supplies well-known brands to Iowa's multifaceted fashionistas. The boutique stocks a bevy of pants, tops, skirts, and dresses from prominent labels such as Miss Me, Free People, BCBG, BB Dakota, Sweet Pea, Judith March, Level 99, and Vintage Havana. Covering colorful styles from hand to toe, Lyla's also houses a range of purses and functional, form-fitting shoes. Popular wearables currently include a braided-chain-and-jewel necklace and earring set ($32), Kinsie Girl Oliander wedges ($49), !iT Jeans ($69.95), and the wildly inspiring Free People zebra dress ($128) (see pictures of select clothing items here.

404 Main St
Ames,
IA
US

Ames British Foods was originally started to sate the comfort-food cravings of Iowa State’s expats, but it didn't take much time for owner Marcus to discover he had a native fan base as well. His new restaurant—The Chip Shop—serves up traditional fare from across the pond in a friendly setting that encourages relaxing over a plate of fish ’n’ chips or starting a game of cribbage. Customers can also shop Ames British Foods in downtown Ames for imported British biscuits, chocolate, and other UK-leaning groceries, and enjoy a free cup of tea offered by a friendly staff member or that overly friendly regular customer.

3100 S Duff
Ames,
IA
US

Disappointed with the community’s lack of boutique-shopping options, Tia Ricklefs set out to design her own line of trendy apparel for men and women. The resulting brand, Ayden Lee, includes styles that range from summery dresses and jeans to formalwear, all speckled with quirky design elements such as asymmetrical straps, metallic accents, and built-in parachutes. Tia’s menswear line features suits and dress shirts in timeless cuts and bold colors. The red-brick storefront encloses racks of color-coordinated fashions alongside black display tables that flaunt ruched handbags and vintage hair accessories.

1614 S Kellogg Ave
Ames,
IA
US

Altoona's cookie bouquets add a touch of sweetness to already special occasions by bundling 14 colorful, individually wrapped cookies into one scrumptious bundle. Each baked bunch arrives on the recipient's doorstep bursting with a rainbow of eye-catching hues, complete with a chic bow, basket, and a heartfelt note from its birth oven. Hands unwrap the candy-colored rounds to reveal the dessert staples in a single flavor such as sugar, chocolate chip, peanut butter, or ginger. For an additional cost (not covered by today's Groupon), buyers can further accessorize their cookie cluster with mylar balloons, stuffed animals, or clumps of broccoli to render them Santa-proof.

509 8th St
Altoona,
IA
US