Groupon Fort Worth: $10 for $20 or $15 for $30 at Bath & Body Works’ Online StoreFort Worth Daily Deal Roundup: Jan. 27. Save half on B&BW’s yummy smelling lotions, shower gels and more with this deal. Note, however, that it must be redeemed online, and not in stores. Shipping is not included.

Groupon Fort Worth: $10 for One Combo Admission Pass to Three Attractions at Hangman’s House of Horrors for XLV weekendFort Worth Daily Deal Roundup: Jan. 27. Haunted houses aren’t just for Halloween anymore! You’ll get a discounted admission to this attraction anytime from Feb. 3-5. Hangman’s House of Horrors also offers concessions, live entertainment, and many other activities throughout its three acres of thrills.

LivingSocial Fort Worth: $32 for a month’s unlimited membership to 4 Minute Fitness. They have 2 locations: one in Hurst and another in Weatherford. The Range of Motion machine at 4 Minute Fitness combines cardio, resistance, and flexibility training. It’s engineered to work a higher percentage of your muscles through a greater range of motion, burning more calories in four minutes than an hour spent on traditional cardiovascular or weight training exercises. You have until July 28 to activate your month membership.

AdPages Deals: $10 for $25 to spend at Revolution Lane. This shop in Southlake carries new and vintage womens clothing, custom jewelry, original art and gifts. Some of the store’s features include: New dresses, party clothes, name brand purses and jeans at an affordable price, free coffee, a huge art gallery and even a book exchange. This voucher cannot be applied to consignment items.

Eversave Fort Worth: $25 for $55 in vintage-inspired dresses from Shabby Apple. Redeem online. Shabby Apple specializes in ultra-feminine, vintage-inspired dresses. They also have adorable children’s clothing, accessories, aprons, and active-wear. Shipping, which begins at $8.95 for orders under $100, is not included in this deal.

Mamapedia Deals: $5 for one year or $8 for two years of Parents Magazine. Redeem online. If you have kids, then Parents is a great publication. The magazine spans topics from crafts to cooking tips, to thoughtful articles about child health, safety, behavior, discipline and education. This deal is valid for both new subscriptions and renewals.

Plum District: $15 for $30 Worth of Chocolates from 5th Avenue Chocolatiere. Redeem online. For almost four decades, the masters at 5th Avenue Chocolatiere have made the finest pure, 100% Belgian chocolates, using superb ingredients. In addition to their signature cocoa-covered truffles, they create assortments with nuts and cremes, a variety of chocolate-covered fruit, cookies, snacks, and baskets. They make chocolates in over 10,000 molds, so there’s plenty to love. Shipping is not included in this deal. Great for Valentine’s Day!

DealOn Dallas: $25 or Less for $50 to Build Your Own Chocolate Bars at Redeem online. With CHOCbite, you select the chocolate and toppings to create a true confectionery masterpiece. First, choose from Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate, White Chocolate or even Bitter Sweet Dark Chocolate. Next, choose from sweet, savory, nut, fruit or decorative toppings to finish off your tasty work of art. From Pop Rocks and Poppy Seeds to Walnuts and Mangoes, there’s a topping combination to satisfy everyone. You can even spice things up with items like Jalapeno Salt, Dried Japon Chile or Spicy Barbeque Almonds. Shipping is not included. Another good V-Day choice.

Groupon Dallas: $25 for a Valentine’s Day Box of Decorated Golf Balls from ($55 Value)Fort Worth Daily Deal Roundup: Jan. 27. Redeem online. Treat the wannabe Tiger Woods in your life to this gift, which features a package of golf balls decorated with a romantic design. They use Top-Flite golf balls for maximum performance.

KGB Deals: $16 for a kids’ cookbook kit and mat from Handstand Kids. Redeem online. Pick from a Chinese, Italian or Mexican cookbook and mat. All cookbooks are suited to children ages 3 to 12, and recipes are labeled to indicate difficulty. Each is uniquely packaged to correspond with the country of origin, like the Chinese cookbook, which comes in a carryout container with chop sticks. Shipping, which ranges from $5 to $10, is not included in this deal.