Your dry, tired feet have been tucked away in boots for months -- and now they're in no condition to slip into spring's cute, strappy sandals. Fortunately, each of these top day spas has agreed to buff and polish your feet into shape for only $20. So pick a place, bring this page to your appointment, and go have your nails done. This offer is good for one pedicure per salon until May 31.
Oasis on Park has everything from standard massage rooms to a floatation tank. Its Robert Stuart Salon does nail treatments -- and it's offering you a citrus pedicure that usually costs $45. 1 Park Ave., near 32nd St. (212-254-7722).
Dorit Baxter promises that her salon's salt-scrub pedicure will soften up really tough feet. It's more than just nail grooming, she says: It gets rid of cracked skin (usually $39). Monday through Thursday only. 47 W. 57th St., third fl. (212-371-4542).
Woodstock Spa & Wellness Center won't polish nails, but it will soak, buff, and massage them. The revitalizing foot treatment (usually $70) includes a lavender-scented soak, paraffin dip, and foot massage. Benjamin Hotel, 125 E. 50th St., third fl. (212-715-2517).
Haven, a cozy, basement-level SoHo salon with a rustic, country-living-room feel, is offering a deal on the basic European pedicure, which takes 45 to 50 minutes (usually $30). 150 Mercer St. (212-343-3515).
The Away Spa & Gym at the W Hotel's spa pedicure is a standard but very thorough treatment that includes a soak, buff, and polish (usually $40). Monday through Thursday only. 541 Lexington Ave., near 49th St., fourth fl. (212-407-2970).
Isabella Day Spa & Electrolysis is bright, cheery, and perfect for post-shopping pampering. You'll get a basic pedicure that includes a whirlpool soak, exfoliation, and a foot and leg massage (usually $30). Monday through Thursday only. 794 Lexington Ave., near 61st St. (212-832-0431).