Top Daily Living Social Deals for 03/29/12

Here are the Top Daily Living Social Deals for 03/29/12. Many of these deals are national. It also does not matter what city you live in to get local deals. Please don’t forget to read the fine print.

Online Deals

Nationwide Deals: Let today’s deal from FrenchConnection.com end your wardrobe disappointment: Pay $75 for $125 to spend on fashion-forward threads, including free shipping in the US; or pay $150 for $300 to spend.

Nationwide Deals: Pay $10 to get $20 to spend at Overstock.com.

Nationwide Deals: Pay $15 for $30 to spend at PersonalCreations.com.

Houston: Pay $25 for a Rembrandt Whitening Kit and Listerine Bundle (a $50 value) from Soap.com.

Some Local and Travel Deals

Greater Houston: Get close to the mysteries of Egypt with today’s deal from The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, where $49 buys you two tickets to the “Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs” exhibit, plus one exhibition catalogue (a $95 value).

NYC Downtown: Pay $65 for the five-course meal and hookah for two at Le Souk Harem (a $134 value).

Fresno: Pay $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink at the Blossom Trail Cafe in Fresno, CA.

Orlando: Pay $40 (regularly $85) for a 60-minute photo shoot at a location of your choice from Paint Hope. Get a CD of 20 edited images

Living Social Escapes: Escape to the Fairview Bed & Breakfast Estate in Amherst, Virginia. Bring a loved one for a two-night stay, Sundays through Thursdays ($265) or Fridays and Saturdays ($349), in one of the tasteful guest rooms in the main house. When you arrive, you’ll be greeted by fresh flowers in your room and homemade sugarplum truffles on your pillow.

Living Social Escapes: Stay at the Turnberry Isle Miami. Stay three nights in March or April in a Deluxe Room ($718) or a Deluxe Golf View Room ($858), and enjoy included resort fees and a $100 resort credit. Or, opt to travel in May, June, July, or August and stay in a Turnberry Room for three nights ($658), and score green fees for two on Soffer Course, along with included resort fees and a $50 resort credit.

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