Contacting Living Social Customer Service Center
Living Social is a deal website that offers local and national shopping deals. Customers can spend $10 on a $20 gift card from a featured company or purchase a gift card for a local spa at a fraction of the price. New deals are added daily and others retire along the way. You pay for the deals through Living Social, so customer service is an important part of the business.
Phone Contact Numbers
Customers who wish to contact the Living Social team of customer care agents can call from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. EST through the week. You can also call on weekends between 9 A.M. and 6 P.M. If you have a Living Social Rewards Visa, contact customer service using the Chase phone number or the number listed on the back of your Visa card.
- Customer Service: 1-877-521-4191
- Chase Customer Service: 1-800-436-7916
The customer service team at Living Social will not answer questions about your Chase account even though the card is offered by Living Social.
In a virtual age, not all companies have physical addresses, but Living Social leases multiple areas from corporations and developers in Washington, DC. The main headquarters is listed at:
1445 New York Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20005
The company is reported to be looking for a huge space to house all employees in one location.
If you’re looking for deals or you want to log in to your Living Social account you can do so on the official website at http://www.livingsocial.com. This site also offers the contact form and customer service information needed to handle all inquiries. If you are interested in learning more about the Living Social credit card visit http://www.livingsocial.com/creditcard.
Customer Service Email
The customer service email for Living Social is attached to an email form http://help.livingsocial.com/contact_us. You can fill out the form and send your customer service inquiry to an agent and you’ll receive a response by email. You are NOT to send credit card information to Living Social using this form. All credit card communication needs to be handled by Chase.
We want you to have the best customer service experience with Living Social – so we tested the customer service phone system. We were immediately greeted with a message that said the customer service line was busy at this time. The automated system then gave us nine options to choose from. You can press 0 at any time to be forwarded to a customer service agent. After pressing 0 we were placed on hold. The hold time was more than four minutes. When we finally reached customer service we asked if Living Social offered deal in small towns. According to our representative, only larger cities were supported at this time, but Living Social is constantly updating available service areas.