Top Daily Living Social Deals for 11/28/12

Here are the Top Daily Living Social Deals for 11/28/12. 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: Pay $20 for a $40 credit at Snapfish with this deal. Personalize one-of-a-kind gifts like photo books, calendars, holiday cards, coffee mugs, and more.

Nationwide Deals: For just $5 (an $11 value), gift or get a subscription to one of 18 magazines from Hearst.

Nationwide Deals: Pay $15 for $30 to spend at Stock up on holiday decorations and stocking stuffers like customized ceramics, etched glasses, and plush ornaments; seasonal family-name doormats; and personalized coffee mugs, wine glasses, and pepper mills.

Nationwide Deals: The sleek, patented design of the InStyler® rotating hot iron lets you straighten, curl, and brush hair with one convenient tool. A great gift for $69.

Some Local and Travel Deals

Houston: The sudsy specialists at RSVP Hand Car Wash believe that no auto job is complete unless done with a personal touch. Bring in your ride for a custom hand wash with this deal: pay $14 ($42 value) for three hand washes for a car and $35 ($81 value) for three hand washes for a truck or SUV.

Greater San Diego: Pay $30 ($210 value) for all-day paintball admission and equipment rental for six. Ten-acre Oceanside facility overlooks Camp Pendleton Marine Base and includes two separate CQB Kill Houses.

Atlanta: If your kids are going crazy being cooped up in the house, let them go bananas in a bigger and better playroom at Monkey Joe’s: pay $4 ($10 value) for admission for a child age 12 and younger. Lawrenceville location only.

Chicago: In Japanese, Usagi Ya means “rabbit house” — and this pan-Asian Wicker Park eatery is a culinary wonderland hopping with sushi, noodles, and teriyaki dishes. Its sushi chef is well-trained and has years of experience, so dig into this deal: pay $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink or $40 for $80 to spend on food and drink for parties of four or more.

Living Social Escapes: Escape to the historic Beechwood Manor Inn & Cottage in Saugatuck, Michigan. The area is not only an aesthetically pleasing place, it’s also one of the top small US cities for art. Find a complementing companion and stay for two nights in Ethel’s, Enid’s, or Saida’s room ($275).

Living Social Escapes: Rise and shine for an Escape to Brookside Mountain Mist Inn in Waynesville, North Carolina, and feast on cozy surroundings and outdoor adventures that will have you bacon for more. Get a 3 night stay for $291.