Score Great Spa Treatments For Just $50 During Spa Week!

I love going to the spa for a day of relaxation and pampering, but let’s face it—it’s not exactly cheap—and most people don’t have money growing on trees in their backyards right now. The only way I can go to the spa, is if it’s incredibly affordable. One company is making that totally possible for everyone, since you can score $50 spa treatments during Spa Week!

Spa Week is a biannual event, held each spring and fall nationwide. Using their spa & wellness directory, you’ll find a variety of local spas offering specific spa treatments for just $50. This is a complete steal! These aren’t watered down spa services either, they’re the real deal.

Here locally in the Los Angeles area, I found a fantastic way to redeem a $50 Spa Week treatment, and I didn’t even have to leave the comfort of my own home! I tried out Massage on Demand, a mobile massage service that brings the masseuse to you. Massage on Demand is a participating provider of Spa Week, and they’re offering an impressive array of specialty treatments at that $50 price tag. I took advantage of their aromatherapy massage deal, which lasts for 60 minutes and has a regular price point of $85. I feel like even at $85 for my massage, MOD has incredibly reasonable prices for their services. I know that had I visited a local area spa, I would have paid upwards of $150 or more for the same service I received at home!

My massage therapist from MOD was extremely professional and thorough, tailoring my service to my exact needs. I’ve been super stressed lately and wanted something to relax me, and Massage on Demand really delivered. I highly recommend!

For fall 2012, Spa Week runs from October 15th-21st. To find participating Spa Week providers in your area, head over to Spa Week’s website.

To book an appointment with Massage on Demand in the Los Angeles area, visit, or call the MOD Squad at (323) 290-0010.


A gratis Spa Week service was gifted to me so that I may share a provider experience with you, but all opinions remain solely mine. For more information on our policies for gratis services and the use of editorial samples, please see our Disclosures.