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Six Exclusive Discounts to Help You Save Like a Maven

Whether you’re in the market for a massage, a home makeover, or some freshly baked lasagna—we’ve rounded up some exclusive, limited time only deals just for you.
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We all love to save money, and at Indy Maven we’ve rounded up some exclusive discounts on an array of items and services, all from women-owned companies. Whether you want to treat yourself to a massage, a yoga class, or some locally made beauty products—we’ve got a deal for you.

Here’s the scoop: These exclusive discounts will be available from September 2nd until midnight ET on September 4th (or when the Just Pop In! café closes for the day on September 4th), so if you see something you love, don’t wait! 

 
 
 
 
 

ORIRE Organics hair oil and hair butter

ORIRE Organics
@orireorganics

Talk about a deal: Ope Ojo, creator of ORIRE Organics, is offering 50% off her entire website of products with coupon code MAVEN at checkout. You’ll find all-natural and vegan body butter, healing scalp oils, acne treatments, and African black soaps, to name a few, so head over to OrireOrganics.com to start filling your cart now

Indy Massage Company logoindy massage company
@indymassageco

Indy Massage Company, owned by April Emmons and Alli Padrick, is offering $30 off a $79 e-gift card on their website IndyMassageCompany.com when you enter promo code MAVEN, bringing the price to just $49. The e-gift card is emailed to you at the time of purchase, or you can choose to have it emailed directly to your gift recipient. Note: The e-gift card expires 5 years from purchase, and the maximum purchase amount per customer is $79.

Lasagna from Send a Friend Lasagna
send a friend lasagna
@sendafriendlasagna

Stephanie Daily, owner of Send a Friend Lasagna, is taking $10 off the lasagna of your choice with free delivery (which is normally $10, but you need to be in the company’s regular delivery area), for a total savings of $20. Whether you choose traditional meat sauce and cheese, veggie, or Gorgonzola, you’re in for a treat, so snag yourself a deal at SendaFriendLasagna.com with the exclusive discount code MAVEN at checkout.

Invoke Studio group classinvoke studio
@invokestudioindy

If yoga and Pilates are up your alley, you’re in luck! Invoke Studio, owned by Amy Peddycord and Jillian McAfee, is giving $30 off a 5-class pack to lower the cost from $95 to $65. Just visit InvokeStudio.com and enter code MAVEN at checkout to redeem this offer. The package can be used for in-studio classes at both Invoke locations, on livestream Zoom, and on outdoor yoga classes at the Indiana War Memorial and Holliday Park. It has a 6-month expiration from the date of purchase and can be used for all mat-based classes (like Heated and Room Temp Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, Core HIIT, and Mat Pilates), but excludes workshops, reformer, and prenatal yoga. 

 
 
 
 
 

HER Home Design kitchen

her home design
@herhomedesign

Need a little room refresh? HER Home Design, led by Keianna Rae Harrison and Ann Blake, is offering 50% off an Interior Design Consultation, which consists of 2-3 designers coming to your home to view your space and chat about what you’re looking for in terms of design, and then afterward you’ll have an in-studio visit for a personalized mood board meeting. Normally $259, you can secure your consultation for $129.50 at HerHomeDesign.com with discount code MAVEN.

Just Pop In! gift card
just pop in
@justpopin

Snacks are always worth splurging on, but thanks to twin sisters Mandy Selke and Carly Swift, the duo behind Just Pop In! in Broad Ripple, you can save a pretty penny on your next popcorn purchase. Just stop by the Just Pop In! café in person at 6406 Cornell Avenue during business hours on September 3rd or 4th and mention the code MAVEN to get 40% off a $50 gift card, for a discounted price of $30.

Stephanie Groves is an Indy-based freelance writer and a regular contributor to Indy Maven.

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