All-inclusives for $1,000 or less???

Old Feb 5th, 2001, 10:45 AM
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Amy
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All-inclusives for $1,000 or less???

Hi,
I've heard all-inclusive resorts (Sandals, Breezes/Beaches Superclubs) are the way to go. Are there any out there that are all inclusive for $1,000 or less (for 5 nights) - I'm on a tight budget!
Thanks!!!
Amy
 
Old Feb 5th, 2001, 10:57 AM
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Sue
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They're out there but will not be on the same level as a Sandals. Price will also depend upon when you are travelling and where you are travelling from. Sit down with a travel agent and discuss your needs and budget and they will be able to find you the perfect match.
 
Old Feb 5th, 2001, 11:18 AM
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Amy, Depending upon the date you can leave there are a lot of good deals out there.
Look into Breezes @ Runaway Bay. Maybe you can get a good rate. Where are you flying out of? If you can check into AirJamaica, they fly out of Boston, I'm sure there are other cities too, they seem to have good deals too.
 
Old Feb 5th, 2001, 11:46 AM
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some of the clubs have highly discounted trips if you dont mind where or what day you go. they pick it for you a couple of days before departure. not a bad option for a low budget if your not that particular about the club or island. club med does a $999 per person wildcard. not bad, not great, it depends on where they send you based upon capacity. drinks (beer and wine) are only included for lunch and dinner, all cocktails are your expense. super clubs calls their discounts "super surprise". i think it costs $1500 for a week. your travel agent should have all the details and some other long weekend charters
 
Old Feb 6th, 2001, 12:57 PM
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Not on par w/ the big AIs but Tucancun in Cancun is reasonable & fine if you can afford a room with a balcony. Also, go to www.funjet.com & look at their specials. They give you air/land or land only options. We've had several good trips booked thru them. You plan your itinerary on the website, print & take to a travel agent for booking. Or just go to a travel agent to use Funjet, but have an idea of what's available & how priced before you do.
 

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