B98.5 radio deals: car detailing, rafting and Spice Market

These deals were originally shared on B98.5 this week. For our full list of great offers, pick up a copy of Thursday’s DealSpotter section.

America’s AutoSpa: Spruce up your ride with this special from the Kennesaw car detailer. For a limited time, purchase a $10 voucher at Halfoffdepot.com for the “Auto Detailing Platinum Package” ($35 value), which includes a wash, interior vacuuming, Armor All and a Rain-X treatment — all in 20 minutes. The certificate expires six months from the date of purchase. America’s AutoSpa, 2764 Cobb Parkway NW, Kennesaw.

Ocoee Outdoors: Adrenaline junkies take note: Ocoee Outdoors has a special deal for one of its guided half-day whitewater rafting trips down the Middle Ocoee River. For a limited time, purchase a $20 certificate at Halfoffdepot.com that gets you a 3.5-hour whitewater rafting trip ($45 value) with Ocoee Outdoors. The certificate is valid any day May through September except Saturdays. Age and weight restrictions apply, but no experience is required. You must call 1-800-533-7767 for reservations, which are subject to availability.

Spice Market/High Museum: Spice Market’s “Artful Thursdays” starts at 5 p.m. every Thursday and includes free valet at the W Atlanta-Midtown with your High Museum ticket (and Spice Market receipt when you’re done), half-priced tickets to the High Museum of Art (purchase your ticket at the museum) and half off your food. Drinks aren’t included. Spice Market, W Atlanta-Midtown, 188 14th St. NE, Atlanta.

– By Lauren Davidson, Atlanta Bargain Hunter

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2 comments Add your comment

Class of '98

May 31st, 2012
10:06 am

And you are still a hottie, Lauren.


May 31st, 2012
11:59 am

Well,uh, has the Ocoee River had test analysis for flesh eating disease. A little open cut and walla, there is a whole world of trouble. It was on the front page, a 2nd student has the disease, thought it was strep throat. To error on the side of caution is prudent. I get in my kayak, I stay dry but their is always a chance a microbe gets in and doesn’t check out.