Book now and save big. Apple Vacations launhed a one-week sale on Aug. 12 with reductions on winter travel to some of its most popular hotels in its most popular destinations.
The company is offering seven all-inclusive nights at Sea Adventure Resort and Waterpark in Cancun start from $799.99 for select January travel dates. Prices include hotel transfers, all meals and drinks, the services of an in-resort Apple Representative, and nonstop, roundtrip air from Indianapolis.
Three all-inclusive nights in Riviera Maya start from $699.99 at the all-inclusive Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda, including roundtrip air.
Six nights on Hawaii’s Big Island at Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort and Spa start from $759 per person including nonstop air from Seattle on Alaska Airlines for select travel dates January through March 2011.
Other resorts in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Hawaii are also on sale.
Subsequent one-week sales will feature a specific hotel chain, discounted for winter travel.
Apple Vacations’ consumer research indicates that due to pent-up demand from years of cutting back, Americans are booking their winter vacations earlier than last year. Apple Vacations is reporting that its group business for 2012 is up significantly year over year and that pockets of flights from select destinations are already sold out.
In case the package price does go down closer to the departure date, Apple Vacations’ AVOK Plus with Best Price Guarantee offers a cancel-for-any-reason policy, and vacationers can claim the savings before departure if the price goes down.
Prices are per person double occupancy and include charter air, unless otherwise noted. A $2.50 per segment Sept. 11 Security fees and other taxes and fees up to $110 not included. Restrictions apply. Other departure cities are also available.
In business for more than 40 years, Apple Vacations offers vacation packages from the U.S. to vacation destinations throughout Mexico, the Caribbean, Hawaii, Europe, and top ski resorts in the U.S. Apple Vacations has delivered more passengers to Mexico and the Dominican Republic than any other North American tour operator.
For more information or to book directly with Apple, visit www.affordabletravelcenter.com