Get Half-Off Tickets to the South Florida Women's Expo Through Voice Daily Deals

Hey lady, you've been working hard. Don't you think you've earned a night out with the girls?

A night on the town doesn't have to be expensive, especially not with the Voice Daily Deal on the South Florida Women's Expo, on sale now for your enjoyment Friday, May 9.

There's tons of fun stuff coming, from delicious food and drink to delicious bods. Just make sure you leave your man at home, because it's all designed with your needs in mind.

That leaves you plenty of time to plan, but don't wait too long, because this deal saving you 53 percent on admission only lasts through Sunday.

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The South Florida Women's Expo is the only event of its kind, celebrating all things ladies love - like sexy male models and delicious food and drink. Bring your fellow independent women for an evening of fashion, wine and liquor samples, cooking demos, dance lessons, speakers, shopping, and all that other stuff your man doesn't really want to indulge in. Did we mention the hot male models?

The first 300 women to show up to the venue will be blessed with some swag bags filled to the brim with special goodies and giveaway, even some savings.

Tickets to the event are normally $15, which isn't so bad, but why settle for full-price when you can purchase a ticket for you and three friends at $7 a pop? That just leaves you more money for more fabulous things. But the male models are free. We promise.

South Florida Women's Expo. Friday, May 9, at Palm Beach Marriott, 1001 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach. Attendees must be 18 years or older. The event starts at 6:30, and tickets cost $15. Take advantage of the Voice Daily Deal for tickets at $7 now through Sunday. Limit one deal per person and three additional tickets as gifts. Call 866-295-2526 or visit

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.