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Bargain Bin

At Recess, a rainbow of colors

Recess Boutique will have Le Phare de la Baleine T-shirts in a range of colors for $30 (normally $98-$130) tomorrow and Saturday. There will also be bins of $10 items for kids, including clothing from Corky & Company and Monster Republic. Recess is at 41 Church St., Winchester, 617-905-6538. www.recessboutique.com

JEANS AND MORE

National Jean Company is offering 30 percent off storewide through Saturday. Find tops, dresses, and, of course, denim from brands including DL1961, J Brand, Torn by Ronny Kobo, Paige, Rag & Bone, and the store’s private label, Tobey Grey. Store locations include 34 Langley Rd., Newton, 617-969-2888; 218 Newbury St., Boston, 857-233-4809; and 180 Linden St., Wellesley, 781-489-3500. www.njcboston.com

WAREHOUSE SALE

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Hudson is taking 20 percent off all new upholstery and casegood orders tomorrow. The selection includes sofas, chairs, dressers, bookcases, and more from Oly, Bernhardt, Hickory Chair, Verellen, and others. Separately, the store is running a warehouse sale through the end of the year on select furnishings, lighting, and accessories; view the selection by searching for “warehouse sale” at www.hudsonboston.com. Hudson is at 12 Union Park St., Boston, 617-292-0900.

SAVINGS ARE IN THE BAG

Duchess is offering 15 percent off all apparel and Shiraleah crossbody bags and clutches tomorrow through Sunday. Find dresses and tunics from Viereck, sweaters from Lilla P and Emu Australia, leggings, and more. On Saturday, shoppers who spend more than $130 will get a free pair of Snug leggings along with the 15 percent discount. Duchess is at 77 Union St., Newton, 617-964-0054. www.duchessboutiquenewton.com

GO WILD

If you’d rather skip the shopping, here’s a deal for the family: Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo are offering half-price admission Friday (normally $11-$17 at Franklin Park and $10-$14 at Stone; both free for children under 2). The discount doesn’t apply to Stone Zoo’s evening ZooLights. Franklin Park Zoo is at One Franklin Park Rd., Boston, 617-541-5466. Stone Zoo is at 149 Pond St., Stoneham, 781-438-5100. www.zoonewengland.org

DIRTY DOGS WELCOME

And here’s one for the dogs: Bark Place is offering half-price do-it-yourself dog washes (normally $20) tomorrow. Walk-in tubs, combs, brushes, shampoos and conditioners, towels, and blow dryers are provided. Bark Place is at 1721 Washington St., Boston, 857-362-7494. www.barkplacesouthend.com

LESS IS MORE

Isabel Harvey will give a free goodie bag (valued at $48) with purchases on Saturday, along with a gift card worth 15 percent off a purchase in January. Find cheerful yet elegant jewelry, handbags, scarves, and home accessories. Isabel Harvey is at 41 Central St., Wellesley, 781-237-3038 and 5 Centre St., Nantucket, 508-680-1845. www.isabelharvey.com

GO TO THE SHOW

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ArtsEmerson runs its yearly one-day sale from 12 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. on Monday. Tickets for the first two performances of most productions between January and May will sell for $25. (Find the list of shows at www.artsemerson.org.) Buy tickets online, in-person, or by phone at 617-824-8400. (In-person and phone orders taken during box office hours, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.) The box office is at 559 Washington St., Boston and 219 Tremont St., Boston.

PARIS IN BOSTON

The Eliot Hotel in Back Bay will offer its “Touch of Paris in Boston” package at 20 percent off on Monday. The package includes a one-night stay in a luxury one-bedroom suite and a three-course dinner for two and continental breakfast for two at Clio. The stay must be booked for sometime between Jan. 1 and March 31, 2014. The Eliot Hotel is at 370 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 617-267-1607. www.eliothotel.com

Find more Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday deals at boston.com/bargainbin.

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