Shopping in Indianapolis


Always Eat Good: $34 for $67 Worth of Gourmet Food — Always Eat Good

$34 for $67 Worth of Gourmet Food — Always Eat Good

Always Eat Good

Indianapolis

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

$67 $34

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The Jewelry Lady: Watch Battery Replacement, Jewelry Repair, or Jewelry or Custom Design Work at The Jewelry Lady (Up to 53% Off)

Watch Battery Replacement, Jewelry Repair, or Jewelry or Custom Design Work at The Jewelry Lady (Up to 53% Off)

The Jewelry Lady

Indianapolis

Jewelry experts replace batteries, fix most broken jewelry, and assist customers with custom jewelry designs or sales

$12.84 $6

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Butterfly Consignment: $11 for $20 Worth of Consigned Designer Apparel and Accessories at Butterfly Consignment

$11 for $20 Worth of Consigned Designer Apparel and Accessories at Butterfly Consignment

Butterfly Consignment

Indianapolis

Racks of pre-loved designer clothes purchased in the last three years, featuring brands such as Banana Republic, Gucci, Saks, and bebe

$20 $11

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SIX: $7 for $15 Worth of Jewelry and Accessories at Six

$7 for $15 Worth of Jewelry and Accessories at Six

SIX

Castleton

Fashion-forward minds can peruse an inventory of necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and bags

$15 $7

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Indy Cellular 4less: $13 for $30 Worth of Cell Phones — Indy Cellular 4 Less

$13 for $30 Worth of Cell Phones — Indy Cellular 4 Less

Indy Cellular 4less

Indianapolis

From the merchant: Valid towards any cell phone priced at $60 or higher

$30 $13

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Interstate All Battery Center: $8 for $25 Worth of Batteries for Electronics and Vehicles at Interstate All Battery Center

$8 for $25 Worth of Batteries for Electronics and Vehicles at Interstate All Battery Center

Interstate All Battery Center

Multiple Locations

Customers can replace dead batteries in everything from flashlights to computers, cameras, and even vehicles

$25 $8

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Bob Block Yoga: $35 for a 10-Class Yoga Package at Bob Block Yoga ($100 Value)

$35 for a 10-Class Yoga Package at Bob Block Yoga ($100 Value)

Bob Block Yoga

Indianapolis

Group classes cater to every ability level as participants work to improve flexibility and strength over a series of sessions

$100 $35

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Profyle: $11 for $20 Worth of Jewelry — Profyle

$11 for $20 Worth of Jewelry — Profyle

Profyle

Indianapolis

Amazing selection of jewelry and accessories starting at $20.

$20 $11

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Goodman's Shoes: $39 for $60 Worth of Men's and Women's Shoes at Goodman's Shoes

$39 for $60 Worth of Men's and Women's Shoes at Goodman's Shoes

Goodman's Shoes

Indianapolis

Shoe store celebrating its 100th anniversary stocks more than 40 brands for men and women, including Ugg of Australia, Clarks, and Naot

$60 $39

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TeaPots n Treasures: Specialty Teas and New and Vintage Collectibles at TeaPots n Treasures (60% Off). Two Options Available.

Specialty Teas and New and Vintage Collectibles at TeaPots n Treasures (60% Off). Two Options Available.

TeaPots n Treasures

East Indianapolis

Tea-centric store stocks vintage teapots, unique infusers, and 900+ tea blends, many of which are made specifically for local businesses

$10 $4

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  • The Exchange Indianapolis
    At The Exchange, a staff of media experts oversees a stock of new and used movies, video games, and CDs ranging from the latest releases to nostalgia-inducing classics. New music that spans artists and genres plays from multigenerational iPods and accessories. Game platforms such as Xbox 360 and PS3 rest side by side with older consoles including N64, Super Nintendo, regular Nintendo, Gameboy, and the first video-game system ever—a hollowed-out TV filled with finger puppets. The staff stacks their shelves to the ceiling with DVDs and Blu-ray discs as well as merchandise and memorabilia such as Homer Simpson dolls and action figures. The Exchange honors its name by trading goods with customers for store credit that can be applied to its myriad wares.
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    5975 E. 82nd St.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • The Shoe Fits
    The Shoe Fits matches feet besieged by medical woes—such as arthritis, circulatory problems, and diabetes—with shoes customized to fit every contour and cushion every tender spot. Store president Sheryl McCain leverages her pedorthics certification to pair feet with conventional shoes, such as Klogs and New Balance running shoes—which can be altered with shoe inserts or physical modifications for a nice fit—or with custom-molded prescription shoes. Her shop also repairs worn-out shoes and stocks orthotic instruments, which can help accommodate foot deformities, reduce muscle stress, and jump-start a marching band that just wandered too close to a game of freeze tag.
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    1512 W 86th St
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Hanna Haunted Acres
    The staff at Hanna Haunted Acres knows that there's no such thing as a one-size-fits-all nightmare. That's why they've curated a lineup of five different haunts, each with their own spine-tingly style. Inside Saw (an attraction approved by Lionsgate), visitors find authentic props and more than 7,000 sq. ft. of winding rooms and hallways that recreate some of the franchise's most terrifying scenes. Other attractions include haunted hayrides around the farm and a twisty corn maze designed by a vengeful scarecrow. Those whose greatest fears include standing in line can skip straight to the screaming with a VIP pass, while snacks and mugs of steaming hot chocolate keep patient patrons warm between haunts.
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    7323 E Hanna Ave.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • The Meat Shop of Indianapolis
    The owners of The Meat Shop of Indianapolis go to great lengths to ensure that their wares are fit for a king's grill, a campsite's frying pan, or a family's crockpot. Instead of leaving the quality of their meat to chance, they embark on personal inspections of their meat suppliers and staff their counters with butchers who have more than 25 years of cleaver-wielding experience. As noted in the Indianapolis Star, they don't just hawk traditional steaks, chops, chicken, and cold cuts, expanding to include exotic meats including bison, rabbit, goat, and leprechaun.
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    5435 East 38th Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Skier's Edge
    Every now and then, snow enthusiast Tiberius the Siberian husky can be found roaming through aisles of skis, snowboards, skateboards, and wakeboards at Skier's Edge. Though the friendly store dog may not be able to lend any advice on how or where to use the equipment, his owners and friends are more than happy to help. At Skier's Edge, the water, snow, and skate specialists are eager to help customers with advice and equipment for enjoying the outdoors. They carry gear for snowboarding and downhill skiing, as well as skateboards, longboards, wakeboards, hoverboards, and waterskis. They also stock a range of helmets, gloves, boots, and jackets.
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    7213 E 87th St.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Indianapolis Ice
    In 1937, Time magazine declared, “Of Midwestern orchestras, none has risen so rapidly or so recently as the Indianapolis Symphony.” Formed just 7 years before, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra quickly made a name for itself, drawing baton-bearers from around the world to lead its professional musicians in aural artistry. And the ISO returns the favor. Its home concerts pair with travels to far-flung places such as Finland, Japan, the Netherlands, Israel, and Greece so that the orchestra can share its gift and stock up on neat postcards. Today it holds the distinction of being the largest performing-arts organization in its state.
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    125 S Pennsylvania St
    Indianapolis, IN US

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