At this point, your inbox is probably flooded with Cyber Monday deals from stores you haven’t ordered from in at least three years — 30% off here, 50% off there.
But instead of getting distracted by the *best* and *lowest* prices from these national chains, we want to highlight a few local businesses that we love, and happen to be current advertisers or partners.
You can shop these businesses online today and throughout the entire holiday season.
- Arrowine: Place an online order for wine, beer, charcuterie and/or cheese to pick up at Arrowine.
- HUNGRY: Schedule a Virtual Xperience for your family, friends or co-workers and spend time together cooking up a meal, mixing cocktails or decorating cookies.
- GRUMP at Home: Shop more than 25 arts and crafts vendors at this local online holiday market.
- VIDA Fitness: Commit to a year at VIDA Fitness today and pay no dues until January 2021, or get 50% off virtual and outdoor classes for the next three months.
- RSVP Catering: Get your holiday meals delivered straight to your door.
- Delhi Dhaba: Take 15 percent off your entire takeout order today as Delhi Dhaba wraps up its Diwali celebrations.
- Pacers Running: Get $20 to spend in store or online between December 26 and March 31 when you purchase a $125 gift card by December 4.
Know of other deals at local businesses? Let us know in the comments.
Even if none of the above have what you’re looking for, we hope you’ll consider shopping local over the next few weeks.
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