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U.S. Travel Brings Back Daily Getaways

Features & Advice | U.S. Travel Association | Monica Poling | April 05, 2016

U.S. Travel Brings Back Daily Getaways

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Imagine paying just $50 for admission to SeaWorld. Or just $2,600 for a two-night stay in the luxurious Bridge-to-Bridge Suite at the Loews Regency San Francisco. Or three nights at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess for just $610.

America is calling this summer, and for a limited time it is also on sale. Now in its seventh year, the U.S. Travel Association’s Daily Getaways promotion offers daily specials of up to 60 percent off for U.S. residents.

“Daily Getaways continues to offer U.S. consumers unprecedented savings on world-class travel brands,” said Roger Dow, president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association. “The annual promotion provides an added incentive to start planning all elements of a summer vacation now. Save on accommodation packages and hotel loyalty reward point bundles, car rentals, admission to leading attractions and more.”

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More than 20 prominent travel brands are participating in this year’s promotion, including: Best Western, Busch Gardens, Choice Hotels International, Hertz, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, MGM Resorts International, Universal Studios Hollywood and Wyndham Hotels‎ & Resorts.

A new offer is available for purchase starting at 1 p.m. ET every weekday through May 13. These deals are available to any U.S. resident, age 18 or older, to purchase throughout the promotion period, or until the limited inventory sells out. Each offer has a limited inventory and is available for just one day, so consumers are encouraged to act fast. Other individual terms and conditions apply.

Offers are available for purchase at through Friday, May 13, while supplies last.

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