10 of the best Groupon deals in Philly right now

Phillies tickets, Hall and Oates and a drag queen brunch.

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Pinching pennies as we head into the summer months? You are not alone. Luckily, there are still plenty of experiences you can take part in without breaking the bank.

We scanned through Philly Groupon to find some of the best deals in the city right now, and we’ll do it regularly so you’ll never have to miss a cheap pole dancing class or a Bryan Adams concert (yes, really). Here are 10 of the best deals on Groupon in Philly right now:

1. Hall and Oates at Penn’s Landing

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What the deal is: You can snag cheap general admission tickets to see Hall and Oates’ “HoagieNation” at Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing on Saturday, May 27.

How much it costs: Tickets on Groupon are $40, representing a more than 60 percent savings from the usual $108 price tag.

When the deal expires: May 27

Get the deal here.

2. Phillies tickets

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What the deal is: Snag Phillies tickets for up to 50 percent off for one of two games: 1. Tuesday, April 25 (that’s tomorrow night!) at 7:05 p.m. vs. the Miami Marlins or 2. Tuesday, May 9, at 7:05 p.m. vs. the Seattle Mariners. We’re going to recommend you go for the latter — that also happens to be Dollar Dog Night.

How much it costs: Depends where you select your seat. The cheapest tickets are $10 (normally $17), but there are options with a larger savings percentage. For example, you could also select field-level tickets that you can snag for $20.50 — they’re usually $41.

When the deal expires: May 9

Get the deal here.

3. ‘Dirty Dancing’ at the Merriam Theater

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What the deal is: See “Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage” at the Merriam Theater on May 16, 17 or 18.

How much it costs: $47 (as opposed to $75)

When the deal expires: May 18

Get the deal here.

4. Rodizio-style dinner at Taste of Brazil

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What the deal is: Get a Rodizio-style dinner — the one where they bring out meats on skewers to your table — for two or four at Taste of Brazil, a Brazilian steakhouse in the Northeast. Each meal also comes with a drink and a dessert. Important note: A reservation is required.

How much it costs: For two people: $37 (as opposed to $63) or for four people: $74 (as opposed to $126.)

When the deal expires: Groupon isn’t indicating when this deal actually expires, but it does note that there’s “limited time remaining.”

Get the deal here.

5. Drag queen diva brunch

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What the deal is: Pick between 10 dates through the end of April and all of May to see a rotating cast of local drag queens at CIBO near 12th and Walnut. Enjoy a prix fixe brunch along with mimosas or a Bloody Mary.

How much it costs: $12 for a general admission ticket (a $32 value)

When the deal expires: May 28

Get the deal here.

6. Learn to pole dance

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What the deal is: Learn the art of pole dance for less than $10 at The Pole Studio on Frankford Avenue in Fishtown.

How much it costs: $9, representing a more than 60 percent discount compared to the usual $25 price tag.

When the deal expires: No expiration specified.

Get the deal here.

7. Comedy showcase for $5

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What the deal is: See the “Philly All-Pro Comedy Showcase” at Fishtown’s Punchline Philly on the first Wednesday of every month for just five bucks.

How much it costs: $5 for a general admission ticket (instead of more than $12)

When the deal expires: Dec. 6, 2017

Get the deal here.

8. See a Philadelphia Soul game

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What the deal is: Jonesing for a football game? Check out the Philadelphia Soul’s home opener this Saturday (or later this summer on Aug. 5) on a 40 percent discount.

How much it costs: $15 (that’s $10 off) for a 200-level ticket for a game this Saturday at the Wells Fargo Center. Groupon’s also offering discounted tickets for a game in August that includes a pre-game field pass.

When the deal expires: April 29 for the first game and Aug. 5 for the second game.

Get the deal here.

9. Get a Mural Arts tour on the El

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What the deal is: Get a “love letter tour” of Philadelphia through the Mural Arts program, all while riding the El and seeing a series of rooftop murals that are a collective love letter. There are several weekend dates available through May.

How much it costs: $22

When the deal expires: No expiration specified.

Get the deal here.

10. See Bryan Adams at the Mann

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What the deal is: Don’t even pretend like you don’t want to be part of this. You can get a more than 40 percent discount to see Bryan Adams on June 10 The Mann, the outdoor venue in West Philly.

How much it costs: There are two prices levels, one for $39 (instead of $73) and one for $49 (instead of $83.)

When the deal expires: June 10

Get the deal here.

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