Shopping in San Jose


$20 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Health and Beauty Products from Milagros de Mexico ($40 Total Value)

Milagros de Mexico

San Jose

Bilingual wellness store with weight-management products, herbs, and other health and beauty products

$20 $10

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Men's Formalwear Package or Two-Suit Package at Moda Italia (75% Off)

Moda Italia

San Jose

Professional clothiers offer a wide selection of men’s formalwear in a variety of styles, colors, and fabrics

$1,183 $299

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Ten HPA Tank Refills, Five CO2 Refills, or $20 Towards Accessories at Armed Paintball (Up to 80% Off)

Armed Paintball

North San Jose

Paintball distributors stock a surplus of gaming accessories, including HPA compressed air and CO2 refills

$50 $10

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Screen Repair for a Samsung Galaxy S3, iPhone, or iPad at Cellular Repair Center (Up to 50% Off)

Cellular Repair Center

Cellular Repair Center

Skilled technicians repair glasses, LCD screens, and digitizers on an iPad, iPhone, or Samsung Galaxy S3

$280 $139

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$10 for $30 Worth of Natural Skin Care Products at Mariner Biomedical

Mariner Biomedical

San Jose

Facial scrubs use natural argan and jojoba oils to cleanse skin while toners use astringent botanicals and serums help with anti-aging

$30 $10

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Accessories at Why Not Rhinestones (55% Off). Two Options Available.

Why Not Rhinestones

Why Not Rhinestones

Pile on the sparkly accessories, including trendy earrings, bracelets, rings, and statement necklaces; clutches and bags also available

$20 $9

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$75 for $150 Towards Mattresses Over Sale Price of $500 at The Futon Shop

The Futon Shop

Multiple Locations

Mattress purveyor stocks organic, fair-trade mattresses alongside memory foam or more classic materials

$150 $75

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It’s a Girl Thing—voted the area's best consignment store by readers of the San Jose Mercury News three years running— stocks an ever-evolving supply of ladies' accessories and all things haute couture. Filled with designer logos, from Chanel, Gucci, and Prada to Louis Vuitton and Christian Louboutin, the store's goods include handbags, shoes, and jewelry. Along with contemporary brand-name gear for women, It's A Girl Thing features numerous vintage items and a style-savvy inventory for gents including belts, ties, and watches for men who don’t need to show off their strength by wearing a wrist sundial. During the boutique's business hours customers can preview items for consignment. If accepted, they remain on It's A Girl Thing's racks and shelves for 120 days; if sold, the store splits its final selling price 50/50. The boutique’s proceeds frequently benefit charities such as local schools and The Humane Society.
860 Willow St, Ste 400
San Jose,
CA
US
A steaming, froth-capped cup of cappuccino—it’s not the first thing you’d expect to be handed at a clothier. Consider it a gesture of Peter Cassara’s hospitality and a hallmark of the Italian heritage that defines his shop. The inveterate tailor learned to make suits in Sicily in the '60s before packing up his skills and sewing kit to move to San Jose in 1971. Every two years, he travels back to Italy to hunt down the latest styles by Baroni, Enzo, and Petrocelli. He favors lightweight fabrics such as cashmere, silk, and pima cotton, and he always has an eye out for upcoming trends such as slim-fitting suits. When customers come into his shop, he sometimes guides them through the collection himself. “I do everything myself because when a person comes in, I look at how they’re built. I know exactly what they need. If there are too many employees, they don’t get it right,” he said. In his spare time, Cassara serves as a fashion consultant and prides himself on the ability to summarize in less than a minute the proper way to curate a wardrobe. It keeps him pin-sharp as he performs all the alterations, from simple hems to leatherwork. He sweeps floors, he dresses window, and sometime he even froths the cappuccino.
700 S Winchester Blvd.
San Jose,
California
US
Sick of buying expensive supplies and having to adhere to a class schedule just to create art, Jennifer Kurtz Rubin started the first of her chain of ceramic lounges in 1993. Each Petroglyph Ceramic Lounge is designed as a social and creative space, one that all customers can use to express themselves artistically while catching up with friends. The lounge throws open its doors for both kids and adults to decorate clay bisque pieces, such as mugs and salad bowls, with a bounty of colorful supplies, never worrying about cleanup afterward. Once they’re complete, the art pieces are glazed, fired, and ready for pickup in a few days. And because artists can stay for a whole afternoon or just 30 minutes, the lounge even grants a few moments of creativity to patrons with the busiest schedules. The company also goes beyond casual art making to host parties for kids and adults, in which they can bring in live music, serve food, and train scoops of ice cream to paint their own bowls.
1140 Lincoln Ave
San Jose,
CA
US
Since 1989, Play It Again Sports has been keeping sports green, recycling gently used athletic equipment into new-to-you gear. Products from brands such as Nike, Adidas, and Wilson make up each store's enormous selection of new and recycled gear, which is replenished daily with goods for a wide selection of sports that ranges from baseball and football to snowboarding, skis, and ice skates. Treadmills and exercise bikes equip bodies with muscular suits of armor, and pintsize and adolescent equipment arms youngsters with protective padding until they eat enough bologna to grow muscles of their own. Knowledgeable staffers man each location, ready to answer questions, arrange gear deliveries or pick-ups, and even sharpen skates or wax snowboards. To ensure their stock remains robust, they also encourage athletes to collect their lightly used gear—including bicycles—and bring it into a local store to either sell or trade.
1080 Blossom Hill Rd
San Jose,
CA
US
The inventory of new and used video games and consoles at Gamers Clique is enough to keep button-mashing thumbs and screen-scanning eyes active through the night. After picking out a new or used PlayStation, Xbox, or Wii console, shoppers can peruse the shops walls, which brim with a panoply of games that slide into every conceivable system. Ataris, original Nintendos, and an ever-changing stock of vintage games face-off against modern consoles to beckon players with their nostalgic charm, retro graphics, and suggestion of a time when all of life's problems could be fixed by simply blowing into them. Inside the game room, players can perch themselves in a gaming chair and play on a 32-inch high-definition TV or compete in one of many tournaments that could win them a certificate mounted on the store's wall, not to mention a place in Duke Nukem's heart.
6079 Snell Ave
San Jose,
CA
US
The tech-savvy staff of family-owned media shop IF Digital transfers precious memories and valuable info stored on analog media to more durable, digitized formats that can easily be stored, saved, and shared. Customers can choose any one of the company’s conversion options, including 8mm and 16mm film transfers and a videotape-to-DVD service that preserves the quality and lifespan of precious home videos. Not limited to moving pictures, techs round up loose family photos, slides, and negatives and herd them into JPEG format for easy storage on a disc, eliminating the need to strap a projector, portrait studio, or photography professor to your back each time you visit a friend’s house. The talented staffers also use pictures to whip up 10-minute DVD slideshows that make ideal communal eye fare for birthdays, anniversaries, and dinner parties.
1410 El Paseo de Saratoga
San Jose,
CA
US

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