Scoop on Savings: Mother’s Day gifts

This undated photo provide by Leslie Young shows Young with her husband and children in California. For Young, Mother's Day is far from serene. "Just because it's Mother's Day doesn't mean the nurse, chauffer, chef, janitor, hair stylist or activity coordinator get the day off," she said of all the hats she wears. (Leslie Young via AP)

May 14 is Mother’s Day.

Foliage Salon and Day Spa in west El Paso knows exactly how to spoil our moms this weekend!

They’re offering several Mother’s Day packages.

For $60, you can get mom a 30-minute facial and 30-minute massage with a spa manicure. Or, spend $15 more and get the "Adored" package. That comes with a Stress Fix pedicure and a wash, cut and style.

If you really want to go all out and score bonus points with dad, get the “Appreciated” package.

It comes with a 60-minute couples massage and side by side mani-pedi for $180.

Foliage is also offering the first 100 customers, between now and Mother’s Day, a gift certificate of any two of four services they’re offering. They can also customize any of their specials if need-be.

But if spas aren’t your mom’s thing, try taking some time off her hands with a meal kit delivery subscription service.

They’ve become all the rage now, and eliminate the hassle of going to the grocery store or measuring out a recipe’s ingredients.

With Blue Apron, you can customize your plan for a family up to four.

A two-person plan is $60 a week for three recipes, or $140 for the family plan per week, for four people.

Plus, new chefs get $30 off the first delivery.

HelloFresh is similar to Blue Apron, and offers vegetarian-friendly recipes.

You can get the classic plan or veggie plan at $9.99 a meal for up to two to four people.

This Mother’s Day, you can get 50 percent off your first order using the promo code THANKSMOM30 at checkout.

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