You Can Get A Minimalist Tattoo For Only $30 At This Atlanta Studio Every Week
The quality is beyond what you'll pay for.
Tattoos might scare you off because there's no going back after you commit. You're going to have to like the design you choose at one point for the rest of your life. That on top of the price of the ink can put you off the ideas of tattoos forever.
Or maybe you're a tattoo fiend that's itching for your next session under the needle. Either way, Atlanta's Studio 219 has got you covered.
Located in the heart of Midtown on Piedmont Road, this is the shop where you don't have to pay an arm and a leg for a tattoo and still get high-quality work. Every Tuesday and Saturday, you can get inked for $30. Say goodbye to the $50-$100 shop minimums you're likely accustomed to.
You don't need an appointment either day, as walk-ins are welcome.
So for the same amount of money you probably put in your gas tank, you can get some super cute, goofy, or meaningful work on you.
The catch is, the tattoo must be two inches by two inches. It should be able to fit in a box, although the shop might make an exception for short phrases. For those of you who are indecisive, even if you regret it, it'll be a tiny regret that you can ignore.
If you don't have a concrete idea of what tattoo you'd like, there's a book of two by two tattoos to inspire you at the front desk.
If you're feeling super daring after your tattoo, you can get discounted piercings on Tuesday and Saturday as well. It's only $10 for a basic piercing, like on your nose, lip, eyebrow, and ear.
If you can't make Tuesday or Saturday work, there's literally a special happening every day of the week.
The shop itself boasts a 4.6 star rating on Google, so you can trust that you're going to a quality place. Narcity can also confirm this is the only place you can get trustworthy, cheap tattoos in the city - our readers and writers alike have both been. The only downside to this deal is the limited parking available at the shop.
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