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My wife is a big fan of LivingSocial.com, but when she told me about a deal that offered a week in Hawaii for only $740 I thought it was a scam. You can click here to learn more, but the gist of it is that it’s a condo rental that appears to be very nice. I didn’t trust the deal so I did my own research and I couldn’t find anything negative – only glowing reviews.
I also checked out their web site which shows photos of all of the rooms (which weren’t taken by the best photographer in the world) and they seem to be quite nice. What sealed the deal is when I called their on-site representative (who has her cell phone number of the voice mail and takes calls 24/7 – personally – no voice menus). She was super nice and helpful so decided I was satisfied enough to give it a shot.
I have no affiliations with this company and I’ve never been to their properties before, so I’m only offering this up for people who, like me, are looking for a good deal for a trip to Hawaii for a week. I’ve paid the full price out of my own pocket and I do not get a commission if you take advantage of this offer. I only mention it because it is a great deal from what I can see, and if I can get 3 others to take advantage of it then they claim I may get the trip for free. I mention this because if you have group then you might take advantage of this loophole to reduce the overall cost for the whole group to travel.
Click here to take advantage of this offer. You will get prompted for an email address before it will show you the deal, but that’s only so they can tell you about Living Social. This deal expires in 2 days from this post.
P.S. If you’ve used this company before and stayed at this location, please leave a comment with your thoughts. Please include your unit number and date that you stayed when leaving a comment.