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A few days ago, we reported on the first couple of weeks of the annual US Travel Association Daily Getaways promotion. Now the offers for week 3, week 4, and week 5 have been announced, and there are some tasty offers to be had.
For a full preview of weeks one and two, check out our previous article, today we will focus on weeks three through five.
Week 3 (April 24-28, 2017)
Week three is not the most exciting of weeks compared with weeks one and two. There are some interesting offers available, including the Avis one day car rental for $30, a good value in an expensive rental city. Also, the $100 carnival gift card for $85 is reasonable value if you've got a cruise in your future.
Week 4 (May 1-5, 2017)
Week 4 brings some great offers: Specifically, on May 5, you can get a 35% bonus on Orbitz, by picking up a $1,000 promo code for as little as $650. Bear in mind though that the code is single use only, and must be redeemed by December 31, 2018. So, make sure that you are planning a long enough stay to warrant the outlay.
On May 4, you can pick up some good value with Marriott’s eGiftCards retailing with a 20% discount.
Week 5 (May 8-12, 2017)
Week 5 has some excellent offers from Hyatt on May 10. You can pick any of the following offers for stays at various Hyatt Hotels:
- $260 for 2 Nights in a Hyatt Premium Hotel
- $415 for 2 Nights in a Hyatt Top Hotel
- $775 for 3 Nights in a Hyatt Suite
- $330 for 2 Nights in an Elite Hyatt Hotel
Bear in mind that although the offer is a decent value from a cash perspective, it is actually a points deposit from Hyatt, so you are essentially purchasing points for these nights. When you look at the deals form a purely points perspective, you are purchasing them for slightly more than 1 cent per point, which, depending on how you use your Hyatt points, can provide a fantastic value.
The 2017 Daily Getaways has some great deals, although not as good as those from last year. One thing to remember though if you are interested in any of this year’s deals, is that they are limited in numbers and will sell out quite quickly, so set your alarm and hit the site as early as possible to grab your deal. Of all the deals this year, the Orbitz is probably the most rewarding if it matches up with your travel plans; more flexible yet not as rewarding is the Hyatt deal, which still offers great value for a cash purchase.
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