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Natalie's Deals of the Day: July 7 - July 11

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Each week, Good Day Chicago anchor Natalie Bomke searches for the best deals available for you and your family. This week, Natalie found some great deals on summer fun.

MONDAY

Parents, you don't have to go far to help your kids cool off in style. Living Social has a deal for Raging Waves Waterpark in Yorkville. Usually a weekday pass for the state's largest indoor waterpark costs $29. But with the deal, you can get a weekday pass for $15 and enjoy their 17 water slides, wave pool and sandy beach.

LINK | Weekday pass

And for all of that outdoor fun the kids are getting into, you can save $2 on any two detergents you purchase with a coupon from coupons.com.

LINK | Detergent coupon

TUESDAY

Families looking for some fun in the sun can save $50 on a 30 minute jet skit rental on Lake Michigan. The $45 ride offer from Jet Ski Chicago is available until August 31. 

LINK | Jet ski rental

WEDNESDAY

If you are looking for a delicious meal that won't break the bank, Living Social is offering a lunch for two at Sinha Brazilian Buffet on Chicago's West Side. The deal will only cost you $14, so you might want to act fast, this deal won't last forever!

LINK | Living Social

If you are into architecture, head to the Charnley House Museum. The historical Chicago home offers free walking tours starting at noon Wednesday. Free deals are the best kind of deals!

LINK | Charnley-Persky House Museum

Stay tuned to MyFOXChicago.com and watch Good Day Chicago for Natalie's deals throughout the week.

THURSDAY

For just $21, you can enjoy a Sunday brunch for two at the May Street Cafe on West Cermak Rd. The deal includes two entrees and two cocktails. The restaurant is known for their traditional breakfast items with a Latin twist.

LINK | Living Social

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