Deals in Victoria


Primate Encounter for Two or Four at The Texas Zoo (Up to 50% Off)

The Texas Zoo

The Texas Zoo

Along with general admission, families enjoy a hands-on encounter with the zoo’s primates, which includes feeding the lemurs

$80 $45

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Individual or Family Membership or Kids' Birthday Party at El Campo Museum of Natural History (Up to 52% Off)

El Campo Museum of Natural History

El Campo Museum of Natural History

Learn about bears, waterfowl, and jungle animals in exhibits featuring over 500 taxidermied specimens from around the world

$25 $13

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2K, 3K, or Sunset Discovery Flight from Cowboy Up Hang Gliding (Up to 43% Off)

Cowboy Up Hang Gliding

Wharton

Clients fly side-by-side with an instructor, taking in spectacular bird’s-eye views of the Texas landscape

$189 $146

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$419 for a Fishing Trip with Gear for Four from Doublesteal Fishing Guide Service ($600 Value)

Doublesteal Fishing Guide Service

Matagorda Harbor

Guides lead fishermen out from Matagorda Harbor in search of fish that are lured by artificial bait; includes fishing gear

$600 $419

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Admission for Two or Four, or One-Year Individual or Family Membership at Matagorda County Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Matagorda County Museum

Bay City

Recreations and real artifacts depict important county events; kids explore a 19th-Century replica town with a schoolhouse, corral, and more

$8 $5

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All-Day Fishing Trip for Up to Three from Knee Deep Fishing with Captain Ciruti (Up to $625 Value)

Knee Deep Fishing with Captain Ciruti

Knee Deep Fishing with Captain Ciruti

30-year veteran of Matagorda Bay guides anglers on trips for redfish, speckled trout, or tripletail, depending on what’s in season

$625 $394

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$19 for $35 Worth of Sports Camp — Coastal Oaks Rv Resort

Coastal Oaks Rv Resort

Coastal Oaks Rv Resort

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

$35 $19

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"La Cage Aux Folles" at Harbor Playhouse on May 9–24 (Up to 40% Off)

"La Cage Aux Folles"

Harbor Playhouse

Be prepared to laugh during this show about meeting the soon-to-be in-laws, which inspired the film The Birdcage

$22.50 $13.50

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Corpus Christi Hooks Baseball Game for Two or Four at Whataburger Field (Up to 53% Off)

Corpus Christi Hooks

Whataburger Field

The Hooks slide into a new season during April and May; promotions add to the festivities, including $1 hot dog and soda nights

$16 $8

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One or Two Summer Jump Passes or a Birthday Party for Up to 20 Kids at Kidz Ultimate Party Zone (Up to 88% Off)

Kidz Ultimate Party Zone

Kidz Ultimate Party Zone

Family-friendly bounce palace offers kids, from tots to teens, springy amenities while parents enjoy karaoke or bounce alongside for free

$180 $25

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Concealed-Handgun Licensing Qualification Class for One or Two from Spartan Defense (Up to 48% Off)

Spartan Defense

Spartan Defense

NRA-certified instructors qualify students to apply for a Texas concealed-handgun license that has reciprocity with 30 states

$125 $75

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  • Operation Warm, Inc
    Founded in 1998, Operation Warm distributes winter coats to children across America, protecting their health and safety as well as buoying their spirits. We spoke to executive director Rich Lalley about the organization?s history, mission, and accomplishments. The Roots After reading a newspaper story about children waiting at a bus stop on a cold February day just a mile from his home, retired businessman Dick Sanford was "outraged," Lalley said. "He couldn't understand how children in his community could be without coats. He went to a department store and bought all 58 children's coats in stock" and distributed them through a school, whose superintendent he knew from the Rotary Club. "Dick was blown away by the reaction of the kids and reaction of the parents." Why a New Coat Means More Than Comfort "Our motto is 'more than a coat,' and I like to say we bring happiness and warmth to children through a new winter coat," Lalley said. "When they get a brand-new winter coat all their own, it's like Christmas day. You will hear stories of a girl who wears the coat to bed for three weeks, the boy who wants to wear it into April. It's oftentimes the first new piece of clothing the children have received in their lives. They feel better about themselves, and when they feel better about themselves, children perform better in school." "This Coat Was Made Just for You" "One of the first coat distributions I was on was at a little afterschool program in [Chicago?s] Rogers Park. A Rotary Club near Rogers Park provides a great deal of support to this little afterschool program called Family Matters. One of the little girls looked at me and said, 'Thank you for the coat. When do I have to give it back?' And we said she could keep it. That's why all our coats have the label 'this coat was made just for you' sewn inside and kids can write their names on it." Kid-Friendly Coats Made in the United States Operation Warm distributes hundreds of thousands of new coats around the country each year?so many that it contracts with factories to make coats specifically for it. The organization's coats are brightly colored and have extra-deep pockets and detachable hoods, and they come in sizes 3T to adult large. Although domestic manufacturing tends to be expensive, Lalley says 20% of its coats (about 60,000) are made in a union factory in the United States.
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    1301 East Rio Grande Street
    Victoria, TX US
  • Musicians on Call
    The volunteers of Musicians On Call's Bedside Performance Program may not have gone through med school, but that doesn't mean they're not healers. In fact, in some cases the responses they're able to elicit from their small hospital-room audiences—a smile on a stress-racked face, a foot moving ever so slightly to the music—are enough to make most doctors jealous. The concept is as simple as it is unconventional: a volunteer knocks on a hospital door and asks if the room's occupant would like to hear some music. Patients who agree are treated to a brief private concert, a respite from the anxiety and monotony that can characterize even brief hospital stays. These miniature performances are so effective that in its 14 years of existence the organization has garnered support from celebrities across the musical spectrum and has grown to include branches in six cities: New York, Nashville, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. Through these branches, it's arranged for more than 400,000 patients, family members, and caregivers to rest their minds and recharge their spirits through the power of live music. Live music, however, isn't the only salve in Musicians On Call's arsenal. Hospitals in all 50 states, as well as in Puerto Rico and Ireland, have received comprehensive CD libraries, as well as CD players, as part of the organization's Music Pharmacy program. NBC Nightly News features MOC from Ebie McFarland on Vimeo. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand to projects big and small at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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    1301 E. Rio Grande
    Victoria, TX US
  • eMeals
    Endorsed by financial author Dave Ramsey and highlighted on Oprah Winfrey's Life Lift blog, eMeals charts out a week's worth of dollar- and health-savvy dinner recipes to relieve the burden of kitchen-related stress. Each week, organized grocery lists based on food style, family size, and even grocery store showcase flavorful culinary creations for discerning palates. Plans developed by working parents capitalize on sale items at stores such as Walmart, Publix, and Kroger, and an "any store" list can be used to navigate the aisles of other favored grocers. Family meal plans serve seven meals for three to six people, whereas plans for two are tailored to singles, couples, or a pair of sock puppets on a date atop a chest of drawers. Special paleo, gluten-free, clean-eating, low-fat, and portion-controlled meal-plan options aid nongeneric eaters in assembling targets for their teeth and fitness regimens. The classic version of the Walmart family plan supplies culinary sustenance to families of three to six for an average weekly cost of $75?$85 and takes advantage of the store's regularly discounted prices. A duo can fill a Publix cart for $50?$60 a week, including side dishes. Born of founder Jane DeLaney's desire to feed her family stress-free dinners provisioned from an organized list without coupons, eMeals allows shoppers to spend more time at the table and less time wandering about the grocery store uttering monophonic 10th-century chants in dismay.
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    1301 E Rio Grande St
    Victoria, TX US
  • Feelgoodz
    Feelgoodz flip-flops reflect a commitment to sustainable comfort that allows both feet and Mother Nature to breathe more easily. The company’s laid-back philosophy shines through in flip-flop designs made for everyday relaxation, but the laissez-faire attitude stops when it comes to a business model that emphasizes eco-friendly practices from extraction to disposal. Simplicity sets the tone for men’s and women’s flops such as the Moonlight and Ash, both emblematic of Feelgoodz’s signature two-color palette. Flops are compressed with high heat to achieve a level of comfort that graduates from cotton candy to kitten fur as they stretch to conform to feet over time. After countless beachside strolls and urban meanderings, flops can be returned to Feelgoodz via the unFlop recycling initiative, which is designed to cut up and repurpose old flops as bedding in compost bins. After brief careers at a record shop and hot-dog stand, Feelgoodz founder Kyle Berner traveled to Thailand in an effort to satiate his existential thirst for meaning and open-toed footwear. Inspired by the local culture and population, Kyle built a business to enact positive social change and promote foot-smacking symphonies across the world. Years later, the Certified B Corporation carries on this vision by donating a portion of all 2011 sales to Pencils of Promise, an organization focused on building education infrastructure in the developing world.
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    1301 East Rio Grande Street
    Victoria, TX US
  • Shutterfly
    Shutterfly's sprawling assortment of customized keepsakes proves that, though time marches on a linear path, there are several ways to retrace its steps. On Shutterfly?s easy-to-navigate website, customers upload, preserve, and share personal photographs through electronic and physical displays. Once pictures have been stored in your Shutterfly account, they remain accessible at any point. From there, customers can edit and share their photos through private share sites, email, and social media, instantly building albums for far-flung family members. The same degree of customization typifies the website's physical products, from prints to customized calendars with the photos you love. The signature photo books collect mementos into a professionally bound volume, where they are surrounded by original captions, themed backgrounds, and creative page layouts for almost any occasion. Cards and stationary frame pictures on envelope-ready paper, whereas calendars sport images for each month and on individual dates such as birthdays. Shutterfly also transforms stills into less traditional photo gifts including iPhone cases, mugs, gift wrap, and adhesive wall decals.
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    1301 E Rio Grande
    Victoria, TX US
  • Threadless
    Wanting to further the careers of other artists he knew, Jake Nickell set up a competition-based T-shirt-design company in his small apartment to give those artists a chance to make their art and get paid while doing it. Today, the small design startup has expanded into Threadless, a virtual boutique showcasing artsy apparel and accessories from designers all over the globe. Each week, guest artists and illustrators submit designs depicting pop-culture references, animals, folk art, and vibrant abstract works, leaving it up to the online community to vote on which entries will populate the shop’s menagerie of merch ranging from T-shirts and hoodies to bags, laptop cases, and umbrellas. In addition to printing their work, Threadless honours artists with awards for designers in various categories, as well as a Made By program highlighting artists who've developed a following in the community or discovered the whereabouts of Van Gogh's middle-school diaries. Store staffers also award scholarships to hardworking designers and present Design Challenges to focus submitting artists on a central theme or aesthetic style. At Threadless Atrium, they collaborate with charities and other outside organizations to gather eclectic art submissions that currently benefit the American Cancer Society and Disney Villains.
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    1301 E Rio Grande
    Victoria, TX US

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