4 Amazing #SummerTravel Deals
Almost 40% of people with paid vacation time…don’t use it. That is according to a survey done by staffing firm, Robert Half. Of those skipping time off, 38% said they were saving it up for next year, while another 30% stated they just had too much work to do!
Beat burnout and keep creativity flowing with some of these Summer Travel Deals that will let you escape on a budget.
1. As we have diligently covering, Universal Orlando is on the brink of opening the Wizarding World of Harry Potter expansion, Diagon Alley. In celebration of the event, vacation packages are now available to book for stays after June 29th. The new offer starts at $135 per adult, per night, tax inclusive for a four-night stay on-site at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort and includes multi-day Park-to-Park tickets to experience both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. The vacation package guests will also enjoy exclusive benefits, including: Early Park Admission to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Breakfast at the Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade and the Leaky Cauldron in Diagon Alley and a specially themed Welcome Parcel delivered to their doorstep!
2. Norwegian is offering a seven-day cruise on the family-friendly ship, Breakaway. It embarks from New York and travels to Bermuda with great dates in June and July. Ocean-view cabins are currently on sale for $549 to $799, which are great for those who tend to get seasick. There are even mini-suites available for $1,039 to $1,299 that will accommodate a family. There is plenty to do on the ship – five multistory waterslides, Broadway shows, improv comedy bar and fireworks.
3. The Signature at MGM Grand in Las Vegas has a deal through Travelzoo that will let 2 guests experience the 4-Star Suite Escape for $69 Sundays-Thursdays. Double-check those blackout dates, but snap up those reservations now!
4. Score a LEGOLAND California 5-Day Adult Resort Hopper Pass for $99! Another Travelzoo deal, this pass lets adults move freely from Legoland to its Water Park and Sea Life Aquarium. Note that you must use the tickets by Oct. 26, 2014.