Naartjie Kids is offering a buy-one, get-one-half-off deal on girls’ dresses and boys’ fashion tops through next Wednesday, excluding items from the store’s Essentials collection. Today only, girls’ and boys’ tops and bottoms from the Essentials collection, sizes 3 months to 2T, are $8 (normally two for $20 or $12.95-$14.95 each). Naartjie Kids is at the Natick Mall, 1245 Worcester St., Natick, 508-655-0733. www.naartjiekids.com
DIVA (Donna’s Infinite Variety of Adornments) has all jewelry marked down 15-25 percent tomorrow through April 28. The store carries one-of-a-kind pieces from around the world, with a focus on contemporary US designers and vintage Italian silver. Prices range from $5 to $30,000. The store is at 331 Walnut St.,
Newtonville, 617-916-2063. www.adornmentdiva.com
Christine’s Day Spa is offering a free hot stone foot massage when you book a European facial and a free hand and foot paraffin treatment when you book a massage on Sundays through the end of the month. Both of the free treatments are normally $25. Mention the deal you’re interested in when you book. Christine’s Day Spa is at 1280 Centre St., Newton Centre, 617-928-0811. www.christinesdayspa.com
Celebrity favorite Kara Ackerman Designs is offering 50 percent off a necklace and earrings set as a Mother’s Day special. (That’s right, it’s just a few weeks away.) Faux diamond cluster earrings and a faux diamond-adorned single-strand necklace are $100 (normally $200). The earrings and necklace are available in rhodium, rose gold, or yellow gold plating. If you don’t want the set, you can buy the necklace for $70 or the earrings for $30 (normally $140 and $60, respectively). The deal ends May 8. www.karaackerman.com
Didriks has outdoor furniture marked down 15 percent in-store and online through the end of the month. The selection includes dining tables and chairs, lounge chairs, and more in teak, stainless steel, aluminum, and woven styles. Use the code APRIL2013 for the discount. Didriks is at 190 Concord Ave., Cambridge, 617-354-5700. www.didriks.com
If you’re about due for a haircut, you might want to wait until April 28, when the annual HAIRraising cut-a-thon benefiting Boston Children’s Hospital comes back to town. Dozens of salons on Newbury Street and elsewhere will give cuts for a minimum donation of $40. (The amount may vary slightly at some salons; ask when booking an appointment.) All donations go directly to the hospital. See the full list of participants at www.hairraising4chb.org. (Click on “Find a Salon.”)Get bargain advice every day online at boston.com/bargainbin. E-mail ideas for Bargain Bin to email@example.com.