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Our favorites aren't the only ones with deals. Here are other current specials for the general public.

Graceful spa

Graceful spa

Chopra Center and Spa at Dream Hotel 1710 Broadway between 54th and 55th Sts (212-246-7600, chopracenterny.com). Combine three or more services (body massage, facial, hand or foot treatment) on the same day and get a 10 percent discount; come in before the spa’s expansion is complete in mid-February and get 20 percent off all services.

Dashing Diva 41 E 8th St between Greene St and University Pl (212-673-9000, dashingdiva.com). This chainlet hosts Girls’ Night Out on Thursdays and Fridays from 5 to 9 pm: A free Cosmo comes with your mani or pedi. Monday through Wednesday, get $4 off if you sit for both services ($46 instead of $50). Ongoing.

Dorit Baxter 47 W 57th St between Fifth and Sixth Aves (212-371-4542, newyorkdayspa.com). A one-hour massage, facial and body scrub is $185 instead of $233 at this quietly upscale magnet for the upper crust. Through February 28.

FineLiving New York Ayurveda 154 W 14th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves, fourth floor (212-616-4127, newyorkayurveda.com). Vedic specialists determine your dosha (or type) and then administer a 60-minute ayurvedic massage for $85 (regularly $95), an herbal facial for $90 (regularly $115) or a massage and facial for $155 (instead of $175). Through February 28.

Graceful Spa 205 W 14th St at Seventh Ave, second floor (212-675-5145, gracefulspa.com). Book any two one-hour treatments (choose from scrubs, rubdowns, facials and body wraps) at this center known for its massage skills, and pay $120 instead of $140. Ongoing.Iguazu Day Spa 350 Hudson St between Charlton and King Sts (212-647-0007). You’ll share this artful, aromatic space with office execs and exhausted tourists. Buy any treatment and get 50 percent off a second one. Through February 13.

Lia Schorr Spa 686 Lexington Ave between 56th and 57th Sts, fourth floor (212-486-9670, liaschorr.com). A pair of custom-blended facials and body massages is $260 (regularly $380), and the Valentine Special entitles you to a European facial, body massage, paraffin manicure and pedicure, and either a brow or bikini wax for $185 (regularly $280), while a facial or body massage with a paraffin manicure is down to $80. Through February 28.

O Spa 7606 Third Ave at 76th St, Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn (718-833-8811, ospany.com). More under-the-radar than Oprah-approved, O Spa is a local pick, thanks to its cleanliness and unrushed service. The aromatherapy special consists of a one-hour massage with a one-hour facial for $153 (regularly $170); the couple’s special is a 60-minute body massage and 35-minute facial for two, at $243 instead of $270. Through February 28.

Prenatal Massage Center 123 W 79th St between Columbus and Amsterdam Aves, suite LL2 (917-359-8176, prenatalmassagecenter.com). Newcomers get $10 off their first one-hour massage (regularly $110), and returning clients get $15 off each time they refer a friend. Through June 30.

Sage Spa 405 Fifth Ave at 7th St, second floor, Park Slope, Brooklyn (718-832-2030, sagebrooklyn.com). Park Slope moms (who else?) love this spot, where you can get $5 off your first visit, $10 off prenatal massages on Wednesdays (regularly $110 for 60 minutes) and $20 off services on Tuesdays if you bring a friend. Ongoing.

Takashimaya 693 Fifth Ave between 54th and 55th Sts (212-350-0118, takashimaya-ny.com). The precious Japanese store has an equally special spa. Indulge with a friend and pay $100 each for both a facial (normally $150) and a Deep Relaxation foot massage (normally $50). Through February 20.

Vada Spa 387 Sixth Ave between Greenwich Ave and Waverly Pl (212-206-1572, vadaspa.com). This one-stop shop offers haircuts, hair removal, massages, facials and even tooth-whitening. Score a full-leg Brazilian, mani, pedi, chocolate-mint scrub and mask, all for $75 instead of $100; new customers can get a one-hour massage and manicure for $65 (regularly $85). Full-body waxes are $55 (reduced from $99). Through February 28.




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