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Maisel Day is bringing 25-cent ice cream and 99-cent sandwiches to L.A. today only

Michael Juliano
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Michael Juliano

Forget building-sized billboards, our new favorite “for your consideration” campaign is bringing a whole bunch cheap—like nearly free—deals to Angelenos all over town, today only.

To celebrate its 20 Emmy nominations, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is hosting Maisel Day. The Amazon show is throwing things back to its 1959 setting with 1959 prices all around L.A. That means eye-popping price tags like manicures for $2, pastrami sandwiches for 99 cents, ice cream scoops for a quarter and movie tickets for only 51 cents.

You can find the full list of promotions here (make sure to read the fine print in terms of per-person limits and times), but we’ve picked out some of our favorites below. But like we said, all of these deals are only available today, August 15, and subject to availability.

$2 manicures at Bellacures

Swing by the Santa Monica location and walk-ins will be able to get their nails done for only two bucks until 8pm.

99-cent sandwiches at Art’s Delicatessen

The Studio City standby is serving corned beef, pastrami and turkey sandwiches for just under a dollar—and all with a pickle on the side through 8pm.

99-cent pastrami sandwiches at Canter’s

If you’re still hungry, the Fairfax icon is reprising its “Maisel” pastrami sandwich until 9pm.

25-cent scoops of ice cream at McConnell’s

One of the best spots for ice cream is serving single scoops for only a quarter, available until 10:30pm at its Pacific Palisades and Studio City locations.

51-cent movie tickets at Bay Theatre

Palisades Village’s main movie theater is slashing ticket prices to only 51 cents for showings through 10pm. The deal is limited to one ticket per person, though, so don’t expect to plow through the entire current slate of releases.

30 cents per gallon of gas at Chevron

You can top off with up to 20 gallons of gas at Santa Monica’s Chevron (1819 Cloverfield Blvd; enter on 24th St) until 5pm—or until the tanks run dry. UPDATE: According to ABC, Santa Monica Police have shut down the gas station promotion due to traffic-disrupting lines.

25-cent macarons at Ladurée

A quarter will land you a sweet from the lauded macaron shop until 10pm at the Grove and 9pm at the Americana.

50-cent burger and fries at Mel’s Drive-In

Roll up to the classic diner’s Sunset Strip location and you can score a Melburger and fries for only 50 cents, plus a milkshake for 30 cents and pie for 30 cents—total it all up and you’ve got a gut-busting meal and dessert for only $1.10.

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