To find massage deals, contact local massage schools, chiropractor's offices and local boutiques that offer massage as a secondary service. Some other options are to check for discounts and coupons on social websites and applications or find new client specials at local spas or salons.
Many massage schools offer massages at a discounted rate so the school's students have the opportunity to earn work-related hours toward their certification. Look up local massage schools and call to find out rates and available massage times. Many schools have a scheduling page on the school website, as well. Many chiropractors' offices hire massage therapists for physical therapy purposes.
Discount websites and mobile applications update available coupons regularly. The companies work with local businesses to promote services using a discounted rate or a package deal to new customers. Social media sites are worth looking into, as well. Like or follow local massage businesses to get information on your profile's news feed about specials or coupons.
In the "off-season," some massage businesses offer membership opportunities at a reduced cost. With a membership, you receive monthly opportunities for massage, discounted upgrades or products, and some businesses also offer reward points for each service you book. Consider contacting local massage businesses to ask about the different costs associated with each type of massage.