Here are the Top Daily Living Social Deals for 07/16/12. 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.
Atlanta Families: Pay $75, and you’ll get a custom-made T-shirt memory quilt (a $150 value). Simply select 12 of your kid’s favorite old T-shirts and send ’em in to the Grapevine studio, where they’ll receive cotton backing and stuffing. About 12 weeks later, your child’s beloved shirts will have new life as a lightweight 45×60 quilt courtesy of the crafty full-time multitasker who calls herself Mominizer.
Boulder County Families: Pay $20 for $40 to spend on merchandise and shipping at Baby Banz.
San Jose: With this deal from ConnectMyDNA: $29 for a DNA self-discovery kit (regularly $90).
Detroit Wayne County: Let the beauty blossom with today’s deal from Image On Metal. Pay $19 for an 8×10 (regularly $69), $29 for an 11×14 (regularly $89), or $39 for a 16×20 (regularly $139) metal print.
Some Local and Travel Deals
Los Angeles: Spend $199, and book a four-hour party bus rental for up to 14 people on The Short Bus (a $628 value). This rolling roadhouse will pick you up and drop you off within 20 miles of Hollywood.
Chicago: Get $40 worth of food and drink for $20 from Cafe Laguardia.
NYC Downtown: Pay $25 for $50 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks from La Paella.
Dallas: We’ve found the perfect formula to fight hunger with today’s deal from Greenville Avenue Pizza Company: Pay $15 for $30 to spend on food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Living Social Escapes: Escape at the Houston Marriott Westchase, an oasis getaway in Houston, Texas. You’ll make a splash with a one-night stay for two, Thursdays through Sundays, in a king or double-queen guest room with an included upgrade to a suite when available ($85).
Living Social Escapes: Escape for a one-night stay for two, Sundays through Thursdays ($115) or Fridays and Saturdays ($153), in a standard king or double room at the Wyndham Riverfront New Orleans Hotel situated in the Warehouse/Arts District and just steps from the Mississippi River.