|February 27, 2006 16:18 - Where Not To Go This Spring Break...Late Deals
is breaking and it's time of the year when college students break out
and if you are like us, the last thing you want to do on a getaway is
put up with the overcrowded vacation spot. According to the aggregate
hotel booking data from Cheaptickets, it has identify the top ten spots where college students are headed in March 2006 and you will do well avoiding these places.
Key West, FL
South Padre Island, TX
San Jose Cabo
For more ideas on where you should go instead, check our recommended spring break vacation packages.
Also according to Washington Post's
weekly bargain, you can secure a last-minute three-night Carnival
cruise to the Bahamas that starts at $299 per person double . The deal
applies to the March 2 sailing of the Fantasy from Port Canaveral,
Fla., and the March 10 sailing of the Fascination from Miami. Taxes are
$34 extra. Brochure fare is $699. Carnival Info.
our friends from UK, we found the following late deals on TimesOnline,
recommendations include deals to Marrakesh, Madeira, Seychelles and
more... (Go to URL)
January 27, 2006 11:22 - Last-Minute Bereavement Fares
We came across this great tip in Peter Greenberg's book, The Travel Detective and again from someone this week about how you can land a great discount of your airfare if it's for bereavement reasons.
someone needed to get to a funeral in the mid west. He called airline
after airline, and they all quoted close to $1,000.00 round
trip..........American gave them "Bereavement Fares" of less than
400.00 and when he needed to change the outbound and was told he
couldn't citing "no seats" as the main reason, but after speaking with
a supervisor, he changed it and put a note in the computer that
anything he wanted changed was to be done at no charge.
do not know this person but the one thing we picked up is this, death
can come unexpectedly into the family, and last-minute travel is
inevitable. We are not suggesting you use this as a reason but we would
like you to know that there is such a thing called beareavement fares.
Always pick up the phone to call, try American first of course!
January 12, 2006 09:20 - Cheap Winter Escape!
We want to be totally upfront with you, so is Fairfield Resort.
Invest 2 hours of your time in a timeshare presentation on the benefits
of acquiring ownership in a Fairfield timeshare resort and you get to
secure incredible deals like these...
Orlando 3 Nights for $189 includes Hotel Stay + Park Tickets
Ft. Lauderdale 2 Nights for $79 Hotel Stay + Dinner Certificate
Daytona 2 Nights for $69 Hotel Stay + Tickets to Daytona USA
hours presentation aside, you must be 21 years of age or older,
employed full time or retired, have a minimum annual household income
of at least $60,000 and must not have visited a Fairfield resort within
the last 6 months. And if anything goes wrong there is a 15-day money
back guarantee clause based upon written request.
is very reputable company owned by Cendant Corporation (NYSE:CD) which
also own Resort Condominiums International (RCI), the largest timeshare
exchange company in the world, Avis, the world's second-largest general
use car rental company internationally. Other hotel brands own by them
include Ramada, Days Inn, Howard Johnson, and Travelodge.
airfares are not included, it would make sense for those are near the
following vicinities where Fairfield resorts reside...Sedona, Pagosa Springs, Wisconsin Dells, Smoky Mountains, Williamsburg, Oahu, Nashville, Myrtle Beach, Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, Kona, Hancock-Berkshires, Branson, Alexandria.