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Open up your LivingSocial app and head first to "Today's Deals." Here's where you'll find savings on goods and services from businesses near the location you've set.

Use the down arrow in the upper right to change that location at any time.

Next, head to "Escapes" to see great discounts on travel packages to exotic locations near and far.

Then, jump over to the "Adventure" zone to browse excursion packages in your area.

These packages usually feature a full day of planned activities, and many also come fully stocked with extras like: transportation and food and drink.

LivingSocial Instant Deals features discounts and deals taking place nearby right now, or in the very near future.

Pay close attention to the window of time you are able to redeem any one of these instant deals.

Tap "Filter" to narrow your choices by category, or head to the map to see where you stand in this sea of deals.

Tap any deal to see a bit more about it.

Be sure to check out the total savings and the time remaining; and don't forget to scroll down and read the fine print to make sure you are aware of any and all restrictions and redemption requirements.

If you want to spread the savings, use the buttons to share, tweet, email or text the deal to friends.

As an added bonus, if three of your friends buy the deal, yours is free! When you've found the deal of your dreams, just tap the "Buy Now" button, select your options, and hit "Purchase Deal" - it's as easy as that!

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