Syndicated Offer Option

Holds the information about an offer option as pulled from the syndicated feed.

Fields:
  blurb - Html information to be displayed about the offer.
  displayOrder - The display order used when there are multiple offer options.
  hasSoldOut - Determines whether this option is sold out.
  maxQuanity - The number of items that can be sold for this option.
  offerOptionId - The id for the option.
  pricing - Pricing information about the option.
  title - The title for the deal option.

Sample XML Response:
<option>
    <blurb>
        &lt;!-- BEGIN MEET THE OWNER --&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;div class="aside"&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;div class="thumb"&gt;&lt;img src="http://gcs-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/shared/images/deals/27/27/meet-the-chef-haru.png" alt="Meet the Chef" width="119" height="134" /&gt;&lt;/div&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;h3&gt;Meet the&lt;/h3&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;h4&gt;Chef&lt;/h4&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;span style="font-variant: small-caps;"&gt;{ Alex Aratake }&lt;/span&gt; &#xD;
        &lt;hr /&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;p&gt;&lt;strong&gt;What do you love most about New York City?&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br /&gt; Its diverse food culture.&lt;/p&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;p&gt;&lt;strong&gt;What&amp;#237;s your favorite vacation destination?&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br /&gt; Spain&amp;#160;&amp;#8212; I love Spanish food.&lt;/p&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;p&gt;&lt;strong&gt;What is the best piece of advice you&amp;#8217;ve ever gotten?&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br /&gt; To always sharpen my knives.&lt;/p&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;/div&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;!-- END MEET THE OWNER --&gt; &lt;!-- BEGIN BODY TEXT --&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;p&gt;When it comes to sushi, snobs we are not. All we ask is that you make it fresh and let us afford dinner without a financier&amp;#237;s expense account. Throw in a sophisticated ambiance, world-class sake list, and enough variety to satiate four diners, and this Deal feels downright over the top. Haru may make snobs of us yet.&lt;/p&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;h4&gt;&lt;span&gt;The&lt;/span&gt; Place&lt;/h4&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;p&gt;The typical NYC hole-in-the-wall sushi restaurant might list its priorities as follows: food first, sake second, d&amp;#200;cor TBD. But the way Haru sees it, why compromise on any front? Located just north of Union Square, the hangar-size Gramercy Park location of the popular Japanese restaurant group features expansive banquet seating, two full bars and lounges, even an interior waterfall. The options for imbibing include a carefully crafted sake list, international brews, and a list of signature cocktails. And the food? Let&amp;#237;s just say you don&amp;#237;t fill a space this big with subpar spicy tuna rolls.&lt;/p&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;h4&gt;&lt;span&gt;The&lt;/span&gt; Offer&lt;/h4&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;p&gt;&lt;strong&gt;Four-Person Tasting Menu, $60&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br /&gt; Round up three friends (or just one if you&amp;#237;re really hungry) and prepare to feast. The specially designed tasting menu offers a generous sampling of several of Haru&amp;#237;s most popular dishes (think tuna tataki and grilled spicy garlic shrimp) and signature rolls like the Kiss of Fire (super white tuna, salmon, jalape&amp;#210;o peppers, and wasabi tobiko wrapped around crunchy spicy tuna). In accordance with traditional omakase rules, dishes are chef&amp;#237;s choice. But fear not: There&amp;#237;s a reason the chosen dishes have achieved the status of crowd-pleaser. Drinks aren&amp;#237;t part of the deal &amp;#243; but when all your chow is only $60, you can certainly stand to splurge a little.&lt;/p&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;p&gt;&lt;span style="color: #808080;"&gt;&lt;span style="font-size: xx-small;"&gt;&lt;em&gt;Photos: Janelle Jones&lt;/em&gt;&lt;/span&gt;&lt;/span&gt;&lt;/p&gt;&#xD;
        &lt;!-- END BODY TEXT--&gt;
    </blurb>
    <displayOrder>0</displayOrder>
    <hasSoldOut>false</hasSoldOut>
    <maxQuantity>99</maxQuantity>
    <offerOptionId>109</offerOptionId>
    <pricing>
        <currency>USD</currency>
        <originalPrice>200</originalPrice>
        <price>20</price>
        <promotionalPrice>10</promotionalPrice>
    </pricing>
    <title>90% off haru</title>
</option>


Sample JSON Response:
{
    "blurb": "<!-- BEGIN MEET THE OWNER -->\u000d\u000a<div class=\"aside\">\u000d\u000a<div class=\"thumb\"><img src=\"http:\/\/gcs-assets.s3.amazonaws.com\/shared\/images\/deals\/27\/27\/meet-the-chef-haru.png\" alt=\"Meet the Chef\" width=\"119\" height=\"134\" \/><\/div>\u000d\u000a<h3>Meet the<\/h3>\u000d\u000a<h4>Chef<\/h4>\u000d\u000a<span style=\"font-variant: small-caps;\">{ Alex Aratake }<\/span> \u000d\u000a<hr \/>\u000d\u000a<p><strong>What do you love most about New York City?<\/strong><br \/> Its diverse food culture.<\/p>\u000d\u000a<p><strong>What&#237;s your favorite vacation destination?<\/strong><br \/> Spain&#160;&#8212; I love Spanish food.<\/p>\u000d\u000a<p><strong>What is the best piece of advice you&#8217;ve ever gotten?<\/strong><br \/> To always sharpen my knives.<\/p>\u000d\u000a<\/div>\u000d\u000a<!-- END MEET THE OWNER --> <!-- BEGIN BODY TEXT -->\u000d\u000a<p>When it comes to sushi, snobs we are not. All we ask is that you make it fresh and let us afford dinner without a financier&#237;s expense account. Throw in a sophisticated ambiance, world-class sake list, and enough variety to satiate four diners, and this Deal feels downright over the top. Haru may make snobs of us yet.<\/p>\u000d\u000a<h4><span>The<\/span> Place<\/h4>\u000d\u000a<p>The typical NYC hole-in-the-wall sushi restaurant might list its priorities as follows: food first, sake second, d&#200;cor TBD. But the way Haru sees it, why compromise on any front? Located just north of Union Square, the hangar-size Gramercy Park location of the popular Japanese restaurant group features expansive banquet seating, two full bars and lounges, even an interior waterfall. The options for imbibing include a carefully crafted sake list, international brews, and a list of signature cocktails. And the food? Let&#237;s just say you don&#237;t fill a space this big with subpar spicy tuna rolls.<\/p>\u000d\u000a<h4><span>The<\/span> Offer<\/h4>\u000d\u000a<p><strong>Four-Person Tasting Menu, $60<\/strong><br \/> Round up three friends (or just one if you&#237;re really hungry) and prepare to feast. The specially designed tasting menu offers a generous sampling of several of Haru&#237;s most popular dishes (think tuna tataki and grilled spicy garlic shrimp) and signature rolls like the Kiss of Fire (super white tuna, salmon, jalape&#210;o peppers, and wasabi tobiko wrapped around crunchy spicy tuna). In accordance with traditional omakase rules, dishes are chef&#237;s choice. But fear not: There&#237;s a reason the chosen dishes have achieved the status of crowd-pleaser. Drinks aren&#237;t part of the deal &#243; but when all your chow is only $60, you can certainly stand to splurge a little.<\/p>\u000d\u000a<p><span style=\"color: #808080;\"><span style=\"font-size: xx-small;\"><em>Photos: Janelle Jones<\/em><\/span><\/span><\/p>\u000d\u000a<!-- END BODY TEXT-->",
    "displayOrder": 0,
    "hasSoldOut": false,
    "maxQuantity": 99,
    "offerOptionId": 109,
    "pricing": {
        "currency": "USD",
        "originalPrice": 200,
        "price": 20,
        "promotionalPrice": 10
    },
    "title": "90% off haru"
}
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