Living social deals this week range from a scenic Vail, Colorado and Cape May, NJ, to the glitz and glitter of Las Vegas. Like Groupon and Yuupon, Living Social offers weekly travel deals at savings of up to 50 percent and more.
Living Social sets a deadline to purchase the “deal,” although they can sell out earlier. Living Social offers the unique option to get the entire deal for free if you recommend it to your friends (real and from Facebook) and they subsequently purchase the same deal. These offers allow ample time to use them before they expire.
A Sample of this week’s deals:
1. Las Vegas – Two nights/two adults/$179, Sunday through Wednesday at the LVH-Las Vegas Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas (a $366 value.) Includes a four-course dinner at the hotel restaurant and daily spa passes. Book and travel by September 30, 2012. Deal expires at 11:59 p.m. EST on July 24, 2012.
2. Greenbriar Resort in West Virginia – Two nights/two adults and two kids/$430, Sunday through Thursday at the AAA four-diamond Greenbriar Resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV (a $718 value.) Book by October 1, 2012; travel between August 1 and October 1, 2012. A couple of blackout dates apply. Deal expires at 11:59 p.m. EST on July 24, 2012.
3. Cape May, NJ – One night/up to four people/$159, Sunday through Thursday at the Beach Shack in Cape May, NJ (a $357 value.) Includes a $25 breakfast credit and private cabana access. Book by October 7, 2012; travel between September 3 and October 7, 2012. Deal expires at 11:59 p.m. EST on Jul 24, 2012.
4. Vail, CO – Four nights/six people/$499 at the Cedar Streamside Resort in Vail, Colorado (a $906 value.) The deal also include a $50 dining credit and a bottle of wine. Book and travel by November 30, 2012. Deal expires at 11:59 p.m. EST on July 24, 2012.
To read more about these deals, visit Living Social Escapes. Living Social gives you 30 days to return the voucher for a full refund. After that, the vouchers are non-refundable. Be sure to read the fine print before giving them your credit card number.
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