Living social deals this week include a good price on a small, boutique hotel in San Francisco’s Union Square and a good value in Miami Beach.
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. San Francisco, CA – One night/two adults/$89 at the King George Hotel at Union Square in San Francisco, California (an $129 value). Book and travel by January 31, 2013.There’s no expiration date on this one, but there are a limited number of rooms offered at this price.
2. Miami Beach/South Beach – One night/two people/$141 at the South Beach Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida (a $189 value). Book and travel between December 9, 2012 and January 23, 2013. There’s no expiration date on this one, but there are a limited number of rooms offered at this price.
3. Quebec City – One night/two people/$145 in a standard room at the Courtyard by Marriott Quebec City, just steps away from Old Quebec (a $252 value). The deal also includes breakfast, valet parking and a $25 dining credit. Book and travel by April 30, 2013. Deal expires at 11:59 p.m. EST on December 11, 2012.
4. Berkshires Caroling Holiday – Two nights/two adults/$229, Friday and Saturday nights at one of five charming inns in and around Lenox, Massachusetts during the Lenox Caroling Festival (a $320 value). Travel between December 7, 2012 and January 15, 2013. Deal expires at 11:59 p.m. EST on December 11, 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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