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$199 for $400 Toward Carpet and Carpeting Services at Jack Rubenstein Wholesale

Jack Rubenstein Wholesale

Multiple Locations

Wide selection of carpeting from manufacturers including Shaw, Mohawk, Stain Master, and Masland

$400 $199

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$25 for $50 Worth of Lighting Fixtures and Fans at Fan Man Lighting

Fan Man Lighting

Apple Valley

Store offers more than 60 ceiling fans, 100 lighting fixtures, and 80 styles of water fountains

$50 $25

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$100 for $1,000 Towards Complete Bath and Shower Renovation from Bath Planet of Minneapolis

Bath Planet of Minneapolis

Apple Valley

Tubs and showers get an update with fresh wall surrounds, replacement shower or tub liners, or new accessories such as shampoo shelves

$1,000 $100

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Up to 50% Off Lawn & Garden — Minnesota Valley Garden Center; Valid Thursday 9 AM - 5 PM

Minnesota Valley Garden Center

Louisville

Countryside garden center blossoms with multicolored perennials; outdoor nursery houses homegrown trees planted seasonally

$20 $10

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Three Man-Hours of Tree Trimming and Removal from natures best tree care (50% Off)

Natures Best Tree Care

Aquila

Fully insured, certified arborists dedicated to excellence.

$300 $150

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$25 for $50 Worth of Art Supplies or $35 for $75 Worth of Custom Framing at Artworks Art & Frame, Inc.

Artworks Art & Frame, Inc.

Excelsior

Huge stock of art supplies for every discipline; custom framing for posters, pictures, and paintings includes mounting, assembly and glass

$75 $35

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Upscale Women's Clothing and Home Furnishings, with Proceeds to Hope Chest for Breast Cancer (50% Off)

Hope Chest for Breast Cancer

Multiple Locations

Portions of the sales of donated, upscale clothing and furnishings helps provide basic care and needs of local women with breast cancer

$40 $20

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$11 for $20 Worth of Trees — Brookside Garden Center

Brookside Garden Center

Chaska

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

$20 $11

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$50 for Medical Alert System with 4 Months of Service from LifeNet Medical Alert Systems ($155.80 Value)

LifeNet Medical Alert Systems

Downtown East

Waterproof button allows its wearer to contact EMTs 24 hours a day in the event of an in-home emergency

$155.80 $50

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$9 for $30 Worth of Framing — Framing By Jason, LLC

Framing By Jason, Llc

Minneapolis

Custom framing materials, including frames, mats, and complete packages

$30 $9

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Surplus Goods and Oddities at Ax-Man Surplus Stores (50% Off). Five Options Available.

Ax-Man Surplus Stores

Multiple Locations

Massive and constantly refreshed collection of oddities such as metal cogs, tools, and rare-earth magnets

$10 $5

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Gently Used Clothing and Home Goods at Shop for Change (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Shop for Change

Minneapolis

Thrift shop sells donated clothes, accessories, and home items; 100% of revenue benefits PRISM social services

$10 $6

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$25 for $50 Worth of Framing at Art and Frame World

Art and Frame World

Brooklyn Park - Maple Grove

Family-owned business specializes in framing both traditional photos and three-dimensional objects

$50 $25

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$599 for a Custom Engineered Water Softener from Water Doctors ($600 Value)

Water Doctors Water Treatment

Minnesota

Techs with 250+ years of combined experience custom engineer an H2O softener that removes hard minerals and suits your home's unique needs

$1,199 $599

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$199 for Whole-House Surge Protection with Warranty from Anisia Electrical Services ($400 Value)

Anisia Electrical Services, Inc.

Delano

Technicians install a Mike Holmes Signature Edition Surge Protector to protect homes from electrical surges; warranty goes up to $75,000

$400 $199

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$126 for $229 Worth of Pools — Waterfront Spa and Pool

Waterfront Spa & Pool, Inc.

Rochester

From the merchant: Three-month spa water treatment supply that includes a spa Flush, prefilter, proteam, and pH decreaser

$229 $126

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Select Local Merchants

Distributor for Restaurant Supplies, Warehouse Supplies, Paper and Plastic Supplies, Janitorial and Chemical Supplies

3804 State 13 West
Burnsville,
MN
US

Now that they've been around for a while, the team at Magic Touch Cleaning doesn't have a hard time finding new clients. They just wait for their current, happy customers to pass the word around. It doesn't hurt that they've set up a program to reward clients who recommend them to friends, but their immaculate home cleaning jobs do all the necessary convincing. The cleaners travel to residences throughout Minneapolis and use their, well, magic touch to scrub down kitchen counters, clean out refrigerators, do laundry, and fold clothes into space-saving origami swans.

they come to your home
Savage,
MN
US

Not long after the Wall Street Crash of 1929, Walter Bjorkstrand fought for economic freedom by founding his own company. Throughout the years, future generations of Bjorkstrands picked up the mantle, which currently resides in the knowledgeable hands of family members Mark and Jesse. Mark made his foray into the home improvement industry in 1968, soon becoming an exclusive dealer of Gutter Topper in the Twin Cities. Likewise, Jesse has been installing gutters, siding, and roofing for more than 20 years. As an authorized Gutter Topper installer, Jesse skillfully fits gutters with covers and guards that prevent leaves and debris from clogging them as water trickles freely through uninhibited downspouts. Mark and Jesse's techs each possess at least 11 years of experience, performing gutter work on all matter of houses and buildings throughout the years. When they aren't installing and cleaning gutters, the team armors homes with siding, fits walkways with heated snow mats, and guides unruly rain drops to the earth with decorative rain chains.

1301 Cliff Rd E
Burnsville,
MN
US

Family patriarch Nordy Rockler opened the doors of his first store in 1954 to supply his fellow craftsmen with knowledge, friendly advice, and a large selection of tools for at-home woodworking projects. Now, the chain of retail outlets brims with more than 20,000 tools and specialized woodworking equipment. Next to a steely rainbow of hinges, casters, and screws, a supply of lumber and exotic hardwoods provides planks for building tree houses or just leaving around as a warning to uncooperative trees. The tenor buzz of power tools operated by newly knowledgeable guests drifts from educational sessions on operating equipment and woodworking.

2020 County Road 42 W
Burnsville,
MN
US

Viking Blinds is a family-owned-and-operated provider of quality custom window-coverings from Hunter Douglas. With quality wood ($122 for a 36"x36" value blind; $136 for premium) or two-inch aluminum blinds ($116 for 36"x36"), you can suspiciously survey the neighborhood riffraff before letting go with a satisfying snap. Or perhaps you'll find joy performing shadow-puppet shows on soft honeycomb shades ($111 for 30"x30"; $126 for 36"x36") before an audience of tomato-stuffed mason jars. Make sure with today's deal your window-coverings block out the platinum-fringed leaves in the forest homes of obscenely wealthy squirrels, which also shut out the harsh rays of the sun at their convenience.

14270 Plymouth Ave
Burnsville,
MN
US

It was a hot summer day in Burnsville, Minnesota, when Henry walked into Christy's Dry Cleaners, dragging his feet as his mother tugged him along.

“Don’t dawdle, Henry,” his mother said, digging her long, red nails into his arm. “Mummy has to pick up her dress in time for the cocktail party tonight.”

The doorbell tinkled as they entered the shop, its chime barely audible over the whirr of laundry machines and dryers lining the back wall.

“Wait here, Henry,” his mother told him, plopping him down onto a plastic chair by the dryers. “I’m just going to pick up my things from the nice lady.”

Henry watched as she walked over to the dry-cleaning counter, licking the orange popsicle that was rapidly melting all over his shirt and clutching the grubby, dog-eared fantasy novel he’d been reading and re-reading for years. He knew his mother’s cocktail party meant being babysat by his Aunt Patricia, who always made him watch Lifetime movies while she sat on the couch eating cold tuna straight from the can. He wished he was old enough to be on his own so he wouldn’t have to suffer his smelly aunt or follow his mother on her boring dry-cleaning errands. He wished he was old enough to go places on his own—like the movies, or Disneyland, or the fantastic, snow-covered worlds of his fantasy novel, where talking snow leopards roamed the forests, reindeer-pulled sleighs traversed the streets, and kind-hearted queens granted well-behaved boys up to three wishes.

As Henry pouted and slurped on his popsicle, he noticed that one of the empty dryers had lit up. He crawled closer, swearing he heard the faint strains of piano music coming from within. Cautiously, he stuck his head through its opening. Inside, a long tunnel curled down, spiraling out of sight.

Henry looked back at his mother. She was busy chatting to the woman at the counter. His heart began to thump with anticipation—at last, here was his chance for heroic adventure. Placing his melted popsicle on the floor, Henry crawled into the dryer and pulled himself through the tunnel with his elbows. The music grew louder, the light brighter, and the temperature colder. Puffs of frozen air began to redden his cheeks, and flakes of snow speckled his red hair, until finally Henry pulled himself out, knocking over a bag of frozen peas as he tumbled out onto the linoleum floor.

He looked up. His Aunt Patricia looked down at him, her hand holding a forkful of tuna in front of her mouth. Heart of a Stranger, starring Jane Seymour, flickered on the television set behind her.

“Henry?” she said, stunned. “What were you doing in my ice box?”

Henry paused for a moment and then quickly hoisted himself back into the freezer, hastily making his way back through the tunnel. He stuck his head out through the dryer’s opening, where his mother stood waiting.

“Stop playing around in that dryer, Henry!” she scolded. “Look—your popsicle has melted all over the nice lady’s floor!”

“Sorry…” Henry sputtered as she dragged him along. As they walked, Henry turned back for one last disappointed look at the dryer. The woman behind the counter was mopping up his popsicle. She looked up at him, giving him a wink just as his mother yanked him from sight.

12004 County Rd. 11
Burnsville,
Minnesota
US