Tippr Austin: $9 for a One-Year Subscription to Texas Monthly. Wow, this is a discount of 50 percent on a year’s subscription! And, of course, the magazine is fabulous. If you buy this deal, you’ll receive info in your email after the deal closes with info on how to start your subscription. If you’re new to Tippr, you’ll get $5 off your first deal when you sign up, making this subscription just $4!

Groupon Dallas: $25 for Men’s Hair Service at The Boardroom Salon ($50 Value)Fort Worth Daily Deal Roundup: Dec. 7. They have several locations: Highland Village, Southlake, Dallas, Allen and Plano. This deal is valid only for the Benchmark signature service, which includes a personal consult, paraffin hand dip, shampoo, scalp massage, steamed towel, moisturizing facial, tailored cut, re-shampoo and conditioning and styling. New clients only.

Groupon Fort Worth: $5 for $10 Worth of Fresh Breakfast and Lunch Fare at Sunny Street Café. Choose From Two LocationsFort Worth Daily Deal Roundup: Dec. 7. They have two restaurants: one in North Richland Hills and another in Haltom City. Fill comfort food-deprived stomachs with one of the fresh and heartily tasty meals collected on Sunny Street Café’s menu, which features a variety of egg dishes, breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, burgers, salads, and more.

LivingSocial Fort Worth: $50 for medical microdermabrasion session from Naila Malik MD. This doctor is in Southlake. The normal charge for a session is $100. Microdermabrasion resurfaces the skin to improve skin tone and texture, clean and tighten large pores, smooth acne and other pitted scars, and reduce the appearance of fine lines. Must make an appointment; 24 hours’ notice required for rescheduling.

BuyWithMe Dallas: $29 for “The Baker’s Pick” package of cookies and brownies from Protein BakeryFort Worth Daily Deal Roundup: Dec. 7. Redeem online. The Protein Bakery whips up treats that are filled with protein and wheat-free, so you can indulge the healthy way. The package includes 12 assorted cookie two-packs and 6 assorted brownies/blondies. Shipping is included in this deal!

BuyWithMe: Big discounts on tickets to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Christmas Celebration performanceFort Worth Daily Deal Roundup: Dec. 7. This deal is still available! Pick from 2 performance dates: Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. or Dec. 18 at 2:30 p.m. Ticket prices range from $15 for a Grand Tier seat all the way up to $45 for an Orchestra Terrace seat. All of these prices represent discounts of at least 50 percent. The Christmas Celebration is one of the most anticipated events by the DSO. It includes Mary Preston performing on the acclaimed Lay Family Organ, audience sing-alongs, a narrator telling the Nativity story, and a big DSO finale. Buy up to 8 vouchers with this deal.

Eversave Fort Worth: $69 for $150 in alphabet art from Fotobet. Create customized wall art using Fotobet’s photographic alphabet (there’s a sawhorse that looks like an A, a curlicue that looks like a C, etc.). They also do greeting cards with the same concept. The value of the deal may be used toward shipping, and there’s plenty of creations starting at $19.99, so you could possibly get a couple of things for no additional cost outside of the $69 you pay up front. Very unique gift idea!

Eversave Austin: $15 for $30 worth of sweet treats from Sugar Plum. Redeem online. Choose from seasonal goodies like chocolate-drizzled popcorn, chocolate-covered potato chips and other sweets with this deal. They have gift baskets perfect for giving, too. Plus, when you buy, you’ll receive four $5 vouchers good on future purchases. Order by Dec. 17 to ensure Christmas delivery.

KGB Deals: $10 for $20 worth of chocolate gifts including candies, truffles, fudge, brownies, cakes, cookies, gift boxes, and more at Chocolate.com. Save half on sweet treats with this deal. Chocolate.com is a global chocolate marketplace offering fresh, homemade chocolate from local shops. The voucher can be used toward shipping costs.

Mamapedia Sweet Deals: $20 for One Kid’s Clothing Swap and One Year Pro Membership with thredUP ($45 Value). thredUP is a site that allows you to trade gently-used kids’ clothes with other parents at no cost. thredUP lets you browse full boxes of pre-loved kids clothing online – about 15 or more items are in each box. Once you find a box you like, grab it! It’s yours. All you do is pay $5 and shipping, and you have a box of gently used clothes for your tyke. You can then list boxes of your kids’ outgrown clothes and send to other members for free. thredUP even schedules home pick-up and generates the shipping label – so you don’t have to leave the house! A Pro Membership gets you many perks: the all-important first dibs on the best boxes, favorite sender notifications, box comparisons, custom recommendations, and much more. You have until November 2011 to start your one-year membership.