What’s in Store: Members Only

Unlimited blowouts and movie tickets! Front-row seats to your favorite band! Want the celebrity treatment in Boston? You’ll need a membership for that.  

Parlr’s feminine haven / Courtesy photo

For the Beauty Queen

Whether your calendar is filled with board meetings or play groups, there’s nothing better than leaving a stylist’s chair with freshly coiffed hair. With the unlimited—yes, unlimited—blowout plan at Framingham beauty oasis and photo studio Parlr ($225 per month), every day can be a salon day. Your skin and tired muscles can also benefit from joining the club: Did someone say infinite spray tans ($215) and endless massages ($400)?

One Watson Place, Framingham, 508-202-9538, theparlr.com.

For the Relaxation Seeker
G2O Salon + Spa

You pay a lot of money to get your butt kicked at the gym every month—why not reward yourself at the spa on the regular, too? G2O’s brand-new Gold membership ($169 per month) practically guarantees routine R & R with a service of your choice (facials, body treatments, mani-pedis, and more), plus a session in the detoxifying Himalayan salt cave and a $50 allowance to spend on your favorite beauty products. Not relaxed yet? Pop in anytime to unwind in the sauna and steam room.

33 Exeter St., Boston, 617-262-2220, g2ospasalon.com.

A peek inside the Foundation Room at the House of Blues / Courtesy photo

For the Music Fan
House of Blues

Your days of waiting outside the stage door may be over, but your love of live music remains. Enjoy the perks of VIP status without having to schmooze the tour manager with a House of Blues Signature membership ($3,200 per year). You’ll get your very own concierge to book front-row seats for House of Blues and Live Nation shows nationwide—even if they’re sold out. And the party doesn’t end there: Membership includes exclusive invites to all preshow events and after-parties in the Foundation Room, where you might get the chance to hang with the band—rumor has it Lady Gaga spent time here after her show.

15 Lansdowne St., Boston, 888-693-2583, houseofblues.com.

A screening room at the Coolidge Corner Theatre / Courtesy photo

For the Cinephile
Coolidge Corner Theatre

Netflix has nothing on larger-than-life screens, hot popcorn, and good old-fashioned movie-theater magic. Become a member of Coolidge Corner Theatre, an art deco icon that’s been screening indie films since 1933, and your All Access Pass ($3,000 per year for two people) will help maintain the historical building and the cinema’s curated lineup. There’s something in it for you, of course: namely, admission to any regular film, as well as one gratis rental of the theater’s Gold Screen room for an intimate viewing with fellow movie aficionados.

290 Harvard St., Brookline, 617-734-2500, coolidge.org.

For the Runner with Heart

Scoring discounts and free stuff is cool, but lending a helping hand is even cooler. Join the do-gooders at Janji, a Somerville-based running collective, and you can accomplish both. Its lifetime membership ($50) includes 15 percent off all of its high-performance running gear, plus an exclusive T-shirt featuring a graphic by illustrator Adam Danielson. The best part? One hundred percent of the membership fee goes to Splash, a nonprofit that focuses on getting clean water to kids in developing countries.

290 Harvard St., Brookline, 617-734-2500, coolidge.org.