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What You'll Get
In addition to making a man healthy and wealthy, early bedtimes can make him cranky if he snoozes through his favorite prime-time TV show or a dinner date with Queen Elizabeth. Develop wiser habits with today’s Groupon to the Victory Medical Center Pharmacy & Café. Choose between the following options:
- For $3, you get $6 worth of café fare and drinks at the Victory Medical Cafe, serving Austin Java coffee, located inside the medical center.
- For $7, you get $15 worth of vitamins, supplements, herbal remedies, and other non-prescription merchandise at the pharmacy.
At Victory Medical Center, a friendly pharmacy teams up with a shop of natural health helpers and a café filled with wholesome treats. Lined with salads and sandwiches, the café's menu fuels visitors with fruits, veggies, and other healthy eats. Instead of bedazzling diners' slacks, the Fancy Pants salad pairs sweet and savory with a medley of pears, honey-roasted pecans, and gorgonzola cheese ($6.99) . Top a spinachy Strawberry Intent salad with one of eight dressings, such as ranch or poppyseed vinaigrette, or a sprinkling of heartfelt promises ($6.99). Guests can build sandwiches with trios of veggies and a choice of meat and cheese ($3.59 for a small; $6.59 for a large), or team a half-sandwich with a half-salad for an edible lesson on fractions ($6.59).
Customers can cultivate healthy intestinal flora with probiotics such as Xymogen Lacidofil ($14.95 for 84 capsules), using Victory's free delivery service to shuttle the friendly bacteria to their doorstep (available within Austin city limits). Leucozepin's 15-herb blend may help fend off colds by supporting the immune system ($6.44 for two capsules), and time-release melatonin tablets can help release toss-and-turners from nightly stare-downs with alarm clocks for a good night's sleep ($11 for 60 tablets). Shoppers can bolster non-dairy diets with vitamin D supplements ($11 for 60 1,000-IU capsules) or visit a helpful pharmacist for a nutrition consultation. Guests can also do their own health research, harnessing the power of the interwebs with the pharmacy's free WiFi instead of playing telephone with a gang of freewheeling spiders.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. In-store only. Not valid for prescription drugs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.