Alaska cruises for $61 a night, plus the week's best travel deals
Alaska cruises for two run as low as $61 per person per night from Princess – one of the best travel deals this week. Other great travel bargains include a Maui vacation, flights for $39, and a tricked out camper van for rent.
Dreaming of getting away from it all? Check out this week's top travel deals to save on nationwide domestic flights, cruises to Alaska, and a 5-night stay at luxury 5-star condo resort in the Maui. So stop dreaming and start packing!
5-Night Stay at the Montage Kapalua Bay in Maui, HI
Vendor: BookIt via Dunhill Travel
Price: From $2,650
Lowest By: $825
Expires: April 30
Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice Hawaii deal is exactly what a dream vacation is all about. The 5-star Montage Kapalua Bay condo resort is ranked as the number one hotel in Lahaina and boasts an Expedia rating of 100%. You'll stay in a spacious 1,250 sq. ft. condo that includes a gourmet kitchen and of course a furnished lanai (balcony). The resort spans 24 acres across Kapalua Bay, on the northwest coast of Maui, and offers guest private access to some of the most immaculate beaches. Plus, you'll be saving over $800. Need we say more?
We found this rate on April 26. Book this travel deal by April 30 for stays through December 31. To get this deal click on "Check Rates" and opt for a 5-night stay, then enter coupon code "BOOKIT50" at final checkout.
JetBlue Airways 1-Way Fares to Las Vegas
Vendor: JetBlue Airways via ShermansTravel
Price: From $48.10
Lowest By: $20
Expires: April 26
Is It Worth It?: Take a trip to America's Playground with JetBlue's latest sale. We found savings of at least $20 on routes from San Francisco, Seattle, Fort Lauderdale, and New York, to name a few. Make sure you check out ourhotel deals before you go to score savings on your Sin City accommodations as well.
Click on "JetBlue.com" in the main paragraph to book this deal; all taxes are included. This price is valid on flights departing from San Francisco, CA, (SFO) with arrival in Las Vegas, NV, (LAS) on May 20. Book this travel deal by April 26 for travel from May 1 through June 30.
Princess 7-Night Alaska Cruise for 2
Vendor: Vacations to Go via @Travel
Price: From $858
Lowest By: $85
Expires: May 2
Is It Worth It?: Sail from Anchorage in June and experience the glacial paradise of Alaska for as little as $61 per person per night. The Princess Star receives a 79% rating on Cruise Critic and features a comprehensive kids program as well as an adults only area where you can kick back in a padded sun lounge. This cruise disembarks in Vancouver where you can play golf, ski, bike, and sail — all in the same day!
If prompted, sign up for the free newsletter to see this deal. This cruise aboard the Star Princess departs from Anchorage, AK, on June 6 and stops in Hubbard Glacier, AK, (scenic cruising); Glacier Bay National Park, AK (scenic cruising); Skagway, AK; Juneau, AK; Ketchikan, AK; College Fjord, AK; and Vancouver, Canada. This travel deal ends May 2
Frontier Airlines Nationwide 1-Way Fares
Vendor: Frontier Airlines via DealBase
Price: From $39
Lowest By: $9
Expires: April 24
Is It Worth It?: If you're really looking to cut costs check out Frontier Airline's latest sale. OK, this is a no-frills flight, but we've seen bus tickets that cost more! Frontier is discounting over 50 routes such as flights from Atlanta to Orlando, Denver to Vegas, Miami to Washington D.C., and Philadelphia to Tampa.
Click on "Frontier Airlines" in the top line to see this sale. This price is valid on flights departing from Atlanta, GA, (ATL) with arrival in Orlando, FL, (MCO) on May 11. Book this travel deal today for travel from April 27 through June 11.
$100 Jucy Camper Van Rental Credit
Lowest By: $50
Is It Worth It?: If flying or cruising just isn't for you, check out this 50% off discount for Jucy Camper Vans. Rent a tricked-out mini van and head to a festival or visit one of our nation's national parks (check out our recent article on how to save while visiting our national park for more money saving tips).
Some exclusions and additional fees apply.
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