If you’re craving relaxation in Minneapolis, reserve a massage deal. For an affordable price you can completely unwind and feel rejuvenated like never before. From romantic couples’ treatments to stone massages for more tender muscles, our massages come cheap. Browse the range of discount massages in Minneapolis to get the perfect treatment with up to 70% off.
Very professional and calming atmosphere, with knowledgeable and friendly staff.
Perhaps one of the best massages I have ever had! Very in tune with my needs and respectful. Would highly recommend!
What a relaxing experience! The space was clean, private and easy to get to. Loved it!
Pro Tip: Before arriving for your massage, have a hot shower. The warm water will help your muscles relax and reduce pent-up tension, ensuring you get the full benefits of your treatment and come out feeling even more refreshed.
Tempted to reserve a massage, but have a few questions before you commit? Don't sweat it – we've answered the most common questions to give you the help you need. Remember you can read the Groupon Manual for more information about our services.
The average cost of a massage is $60 to $85, but this varies per practice and depends largely on what type of treatment you get.
If you're getting multiple treatments in one session, you can expect to pay more. Extras such as a glass of champagne will also add to the cost. If you're on a budget, Swedish massage is usually the biggest money-saver, followed by full body massage. Deep tissue massages will likely cost more, but remember you can save up to 70% with our massage specials.
Remember – as mentioned in our massage guide, a 20% tip is appreciated and recommended, just as it is in the restaurant industry.
All the merchants we list offer high quality treatments, so you might want to consider the location before reserving a massage deal. You'll be able to find massage therapists in uptown Minneapolis and across in St Paul, too.
There are many different types of massage treatments, with some of the most popular being Swedish, deep tissue and hot stone massages.
Each type of massage is tailored to a different part of your body and with various levels of intensity – so some may be more relevant than others. Make sure you read up on the 11 different types of traditional massages before reserving your treatment. Also, masseuses are more than happy to answer any questions and recommend a treatment that will suit you. Some even offer completely bespoke sessions.
It's important to let your masseuse know of any allergies or skin sensitivities you may have to ensure they don't use any lotions that include that ingredient.
It's also a good idea to let them know if you've had any recent injuries – particularly if they've affected your back, neck, and shoulders – so they can go easy on those parts of your body. Find out more about how to prepare for a massage in our ultimate massage guide.