Top Daily Living Social Deals for 10/05/11


Here are the Top Daily Living Social Deals for 10/05/2011. 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.

Birmingham: $30 for a 1-year subscription to Us Weekly magazine.

Boston Metrowest: $50 for $125 worth of designer clothing rental items from Rent The Runway. Shipping is free on orders over $125.

St. Louis: $15 for a 1-year subscription to a Zoobooks magazine. Choose from Zoobooks, Zoobies or Zootles. Includes a poster and stickers.

Chattanooga: $29 for an 8×10, $39 for an 11×14, or $49 for a 16×20 photo-to-metal personalized print Image on Metal. Shipping not included.

Some Local and Travel Deals:

Living Social Escapes

Italy: If cycling rings your bell, hit the road with Battaglin USA on this week’s Escape to Rimini, Italy. A Six-Night Stay for One Cyclist in a Four-Star Hotel from Now to June 15, 2012 ($1,320) or June 16 to September 1, 2012 ($1,500) with Health Center Treatments and Daily Route Support.

North Carolina: Retreat to Grover, North Carolina, for a one-night stay at The Inn of the Patriots Bed & Breakfast ($148), where you and a guest will dine and explore like American royalty. You can also opt for lessons at the inn’s Culinary Institute for an additional fee of $97 per person.

Local

Cobb County, GA: Eat at Laredos Mexican Bar & Grill. Pay $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink at dinner, and tuck into platefuls of fajitas, quesadillas, burritos, wraps, and more. Your friendly and prompt server will bend over backwards to ensure you enjoy your meal.

Wilmington/Newark: Attend the 2011 Dansko Fair Hill International CCI***/CCI**– This annual equestrian event gallops back to Elkton October 13-16, and with today’s deal, you can snag a front-seat view to some of the best horse competitions in the area. Pay $30 for two four-day passes (regularly $60) or $15 for two tickets to the festival on Saturday, October 15 or Sunday, October 16 (regularly $30).

Thanks, Stretching a Buck!

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