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Spa Week Arrives April 16


Spa Week is around the corner: April 16 that is.

The 16th installment of Spa Week will arrive April 16 and last until the 22nd, dedicating all seven days to luxury spa treatments at not-so-luxury prices.

Day spas, medical spas, resort spas, yoga and Pilates studios, and fitness & weight-loss centers will all offer two or three of their most exclusive services, originally costing upwards of $500, for a discounted price of $50 each.


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The $50 price point allows consumers of all budgets to try different treatment types at different spas. The bi-annual Spa Week Events look to expose customers to the benefits of spa services and has proven to be so successful that over one million affordable spa treatments have been booked and enjoyed since its inception.

This year, patrons can expect thousands of spas across the United States to participate in the promotions.

“As always, Spa Week partners with some of the most prominent, respected names in the industry to deliver the most current trends in spa and wellness services,” reads a Spa Week press release.

Spa-goers can find everything  from massages, Reiki and Acupuncture to Botox and Eyelash Extensions on the Spa Week menu. Also available are SpaWeek Gift Cards which are accepted during the Spa Week Events, as well as all year long, and never expire.

“Spa Week is responsible for educating spa-goers on how to incorporate specific treatments into their lifelong health regiments,” reads the press release.

Local Participating Spas include, Red Door Spa in Woodbury, LifeSpa in Syosset, The Salon and Spa Saks Fifth Avenue in Huntington Station, Aveda Red Bell Spa in Hicksville and more.

To find out all the participating spas in your area click here.

In order to take advantage of Spa Week, consumers should register on SpaWeek.com for exclusive information on participating spas and their $50 treatments.

 

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