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Small Business Saturday falls on the Saturday after Thanksgiving — November 26. In the age of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it’s easy to skip over the mom-and-pop shop for the big box store or online retailer. Check out some of the deals our local small businesses have for you! 20-50% off storewide now through December 30, 2022.

Visions in Art Gallery & Custom Framing invites you to stop by to “Celebrate the Reason for the Season”. Paintings, jewelry, collectibles, and much more from around the world could be yours for that special touch in your home or the perfect gift this year. Stop by 133 Hanes Place in Downtown Vista or call (760) 724-1469. Learn More

$100 off services totaling $750 or more Whether you need some branches trimmed to protect your home or business, or a group of trees removed from your property, our expert arborists are prepared to help you with projects of all sizes and scopes. Learn More

14 first class At Yoga Branch we offer a wide variety of classes for all skill levels 7 days a week! Learn More

10% off final sales Haro Bikes is offering 10% off final sales of bikes, parts, & accessories. Learn More

50% off your first pintBring the coupon linked below.
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$10 Breath Class for Vista Chamber Members Learn More

Oil Change Special Oil Changes – 2 for $44.95 Learn More

FREE initial consultation Dr. Yost will discuss the problem you are having through our FREE consultation session to see if you are an appropriate candidate for what we do and how we do it. Learn More

10-day Free Trial Kids and Adult classes available! Learn More

10% off catering on orders over $100Just mention this ad! Learn More

15% off one item Mention this ad for 15% off one health care equipment. Just mention this ad! Learn More

Winter Special Breath Better by Cleaning Air Naturally Discounted Price: $1,350 Regular Price: $1,500 Just mention this ad! Learn More

10% off any purchase of $15 or more. Just mention this ad! Learn More

Large 1-topping pizza for $12.95 Limit 2, carry out Buy 1 entree, get 1 50% off Dine in, excludes pizza. Family Feast1 large 2 topping pizza, spaghetti, salad & bread $34.95, dine in Just mention this ad!

Keep Local Dollars Local

The Vista Bucks Gift Card can be redeemed at many of your favorite Vista retailers, restaurants, breweries, services and entertainment! It’s the easy way to support our local businesses! Read more

Need a space for your holiday party?

Check out these spaces!

Eppig Brewing Vista Brewery Book Your Event

Rancho Grande El Toro Mexican Food Call now at (760) 716-4846

Holiday Pup + Family Photos Your pups also want to celebrate the holiday season! Holiday themed pup portraits with Santa at Giddy Up Pup! They will have a super cute set-up with all the fixin’s for the perfect pup and/or pup +their family holiday photoshoot! And yes, Santa Claus himself! Learn More

VCC Holiday Homes Tour You can bring the holidays home with the virtual Holiday Homes Tour! Celebrate 36 years of elegant home design with four professionally decorated homes, in San Diego County. This festive fundraiser is held as a benefit for VCC’s Senior Healthcare Services. Holiday Home Tours start on December 18th and run through December 23rd, 2022. Learn More

Learn More About the Importance of Supporting Small Businesses

Small businesses add flavor to our area. There is a sense of adventure when you explore a small business. You never know what beauties you’ll uncover or what scrumptiousness awaits. Sadly, that’s also why a lot of people choose to patronize chains. With chains they know exactly what they’ll get and there’s a lot of comfort in that. But comfort does come at a price and that price could be our community. Large employers and chains are vital to our area, but this holiday season we’re asking you to support small business to help ensure they’re around in the coming years.


  1. Small businesses need you. While SCORE advises that businesses should keep three to six months of operating reserves, most small businesseshave27 days’ worth. With inflation, rising costs, hiring issues, and a plethora of other challenges, that place our small businesses in a precarious position, where you spend your money this holiday could affect which businesses will be here in the new year.
  2. It feels good to shop small. Supporting small business feels good because you can see the impact. The smiles and gratitude you receive for shopping with a small business feel special. You can tell you’re making an impact and often they remember you when you return.
  3. Small businesses support your causes. Small businesses are the first ones you turn to when asking for support for your beloved causes from your kids sports to your favorite nonprofits. Their sponsorships improve the quality of life in the area. But they can’t sponsor your causes if they’re not in business.
  4. Small businesses answer your questions. Chatbots are great but they are programmed to respond literally to your questions. They do not anticipate needs or ask follow-up questions like small business owners and employees do. Sometimes the conversation that comes from speaking with small business professionals lead to other opportunities, interests, and stories. That’s less likely to happen with a chatbot or large-scale online retailer.
  5. Small businesses give you an experience. Shopping small is about the experience and holiday shopping provides some of the biggest highlights of the year with seasonal aromas, delightful demos, delicious tastes, and happy melodies. Twinkle lights make everything more festive. Even an amazing website can’t provide the same tantalizing shopping experience an in-person trip to your favorite small business can.
  6. Small businesses rely on your holiday spending. As many as 20% of small businesses rely on holiday sales to offset slower times during the year. If you don’t buy local during the holidays, it affects their future.
  7. You can be a gift-giving wizard. Times are tight right now and many of us are cutting back on what we’re spending this year so that we can cover rising costs in essentials. While it’s natural to look for the cheapest gift possible during these times, you don’t want to forgo the holiday smiles from the perfect gift just to stay in your budget. Many small businesses provide unique, thoughtful items that you can’t get in many places. You can spend less but give your special someone something that they’ll cherish.

Vista Chamber of Commerce | (760) 726-1122


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