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What’s the Deal: Helping Haiti, Ooma, Marie Denee and more…

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Pretty Penny: While it’s not a deal per se, a great cause worth supporting can be found at this Oakland vintage shop this weekend, where 25 percent of all sales will be donated to a Red Cross relief fund benefitting victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Metier: Through Saturday, shop at this Union Square store and 10 percent of the proceeds from your purchases will benefit Doctors Without Borders and their efforts to provide humanitarian aid and medical assistance to victims of the Haiti earthquake. Past collections are also up to 65 percent off through Saturday.

Ooma: Starting today and running until the end of the month, a sale at this North Beach boutique promises 20 percent off regularly-priced merchandise.

The Dailey Method: A New Year’s special means packages of 10 classes are available for $140 at Bay Area studio locations through Jan. 21.

Marie Denee: Through Jan. 18, the winter clearance sale from this Bay Area-based online retailer of trendy plus-size women’s apparel brings new markdowns and additional discounts totaling 40 to 65 percent off merch.

Collective: All TAXI CDC clothing at this new Mission destination for vintage apparel and duds from local and independent designers is 20 percent off this month.

Sample Angel: In preparation for the store’s closing later this month, the Presidio Heights destination for discount designer apparel has marked remaining merchandise down another 50 percent.

Catherine Jane:
Starting today, all sale clothing is marked 50 to 75 percent off, while shoes and a selection of jewelry are 50 percent off.

Filippa K:
The fall/winter collection at this Financial District store has, as of yesterday, been marked down even further. Some pieces are now going for 50 percent off.

Azalea:
Denim is on sale at this Hayes Valley boutique. Pairs are priced at $25 and $50.