LivingSocial Black Friday And Cyber Monday Deals Unveiled

Posted: Nov 21 2011, 3:37pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 21 2011, 3:40pm CST, in News | Black Friday


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LivingSocial Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals unveiled

Groupon competitor will offer Black Friday deals from Verizon, Electronic Arts, OfficeMax, NYTimes, Sketchers and more

The social group buying services want a piece of the Black Friday action. We already reported about Groupons Grouponicus Sales Promotion. As reported early morning, LivingSocial plans to offer nation-wide deals for the Black Friday and and Cyber Monday. Now the complete list of deals offered by LivingSocial got unveiled.

LivingSocial is going to offer more than 20 special deals from Verizon Wireless, EA, OfficeMax, Hearst Magazines, NYTimes, Sketchers and more on Black Friday and on Cyber Monday. 

Visit the LivingSocial Black Friday page for those deals.

Black Friday Offers (restrictions apply)

Verizon Wireless

$25 for $50 to spend toward devices or device accessories


$20 for $40 to spend at SKECHERS online stores this holiday season (50% off) and for every voucher purchased from the promotion, SKECHERS, in association with their BOBS program, will donate one pair of shoes to a child in need this holiday season


$10 for $20 (50% off) for use at any OfficeMax retail store nationwide, or at or by phone.

Hearst Magazines

Hearst Magazines --$5 for a one-year subscription to any of the following publications: Redbook, Good Housekeeping, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Cosmopolitan, Woman's Day, Esquire, Country Living, Car & Driver, Elle, Road & Truck, Harpers Bazaar, Marie Claire, Seventeen, Popular Mechanics, Town & Country, Veranda. (Average value is $12, 58% off)


$78 for 26 Weeks of Sunday Home Delivery, with Free All Digital Access and A Choice of The New York Times Magazine's Photographs book, or the 2012 New York Times Now & Then Journal (60% off)


$15 for $35 on anything at (57% savings)


$20 for $40 to spend at (50% off)


$30 for 1 year subscription to receive Free 2-Day shipping from the best retailers ($79 value, 62% off)

Toys for Tots

Donate $5 and Toys "R" Us, Hasbro and other corporate partners will match with $5 worth of toys up to $1 million

Cyber Monday Offers (restrictions apply)

$25 for $50 to spend (50% off) plus free shipping on orders over $100


$15 for $30 to spend at this holiday season (50% off)

Red Envelope

$20 for $40 to use at (50% off)

$40 for $80 to use at (50% off)

Blue Nile

$100 for $200 (50% savings) at plus free expedited shipping


$10 for $20 worth of Skype Credits this holiday season (50% off)

EA Android games

$5 for $10 to spend on EA games including Madden NFL 12, Bejeweled® 2 and The Sims 3 for Android devices (50% off)

EA PC games at

$10 for $20 to spend on select PC downloadable games such as Battlefield 2™: Complete Collection, Medal of Honor™ and Mass Effect™ 2 at the EA Origin online store (50% off)


$15 for $30 to spend at on tees and other artist designed products (50% off)

Fanatics Sports Shop

$10 for $20 to spend at (50% off)


$25 for $50 to spend at (50% off)


$15 for $30 to spend at (50% off)


$25 for $50 to spend at (50% off)

$49 for 1 pair of any glasses or sunglasses with or without a prescription ($99 value, 50% off)


$25 for $50 towards any product (50% off)

Black Friday 2011 is almost here - just 3 more days! At midnight Thanksgiving Day the big Black Friday Sales will launch online. Most retailers offer now 4-Day early Black Friday Sales. To plan your Black Friday Shopping refer to our Black Friday 2011 Ads Guide and Black Friday 2011 Deals Guides.
I4U News provides you with complete coverage of Black Friday including buying guides, deal analyses, Black Friday Ads and more in our Black Friday Hub. Make sure you follow us on Twitter to no miss any Black Friday 2011 Deals. Read about the latest rumors and leaked Black Friday ads on Black Friday Countdown.

For Black Friday Experts:
Make your Black Friday Shopping List on Black Friday Mart to stay ahead of the crowds. 

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