Top travel deals to take advantage of before they expire this month

A roundup of great travel deals, including airfare, hotels, and cruises.

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The cruise ship Queen Victoria calls in Charleston, S.C.

Plan your perfect trip with this week's roundup of the best travel deals. You'll find last-minute 5-star Vegas stays, all-inclusive resort vacations in the fall, and much more.

Southwest Airlines 1-Way Fares Nationwide
Vendor: Southwest Airlines via DealBase
Price: From $38.98
Lowest By: $25
Expires: June 23

Get away for less this summer with this Southwest Airlines 1-way fare sale. We saw this deal for $3 less a couple of days ago, but it's still a great value and the lowest price we could find for some routes by $25. Fly out from locations like Las Vegas, Atlanta, and Washington D.C., among others. Arrive in major hubs like Los Angeles, New York, and Nashville.

On the DealBase landing page, click "Southwest Airlines" in the top line to see this sale. This price is valid for flights departing on August 23 from Las Vegas, NV, (LAS) with arrival in Los Angeles, CA, (LAX). Book this travel deal by June 23 for travel from August 23 through December 17. All prices, dates, and booking details were valid at the time of publication.

Last-Minute Stays at Four Seasons in Las Vegas
Vendor: GoSeek
Price: From $176.90 for GoSeek members
Lowest By: $41

Heading to Vegas? Treat yourself to a last-minute stay at this 5-star hotel on the Strip. It's a non-gaming property, but guests have access to the amenities of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Enjoy fine diningspa treatments, or one of the other many services.

Not a member? Click "Sign Up" in the top right corner to become one for free; we found this rate on June 23.

All-Inclusive Riu Santa Fe 3-Night Vacation Package for 2
Vendor: Apple Vacations via Travelzoo
Price: From $878
Lowest By: $398
Expires: June 23

Book this all-inclusive flight and hotel vacation to enjoy a warm escape in the fall. This Editors' Choice vacay is actually an all-time low for 3-night, all-inclusive stays in Mexico. This 3-star hotel features access to five restaurants and seven bars, plus supervised activities for kids, so parents can take some personal time.

Scroll down to the middle offer on the second row to see this price. This price is based on departure on October 3 from Los Angeles, CA, (LAX) with arrival in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico (SJD); other departure cities are available for an additional cost. Book this travel deal by June 23 for travel from August 3 through October 31.

Avoya Summer Kick-Off Cruise Sale
Vendor: Avoya Travel via Dunhill Travel
Price: From $698
Expires: June 25

Plan your perfect cruise with this sale. All kinds of cruises for two are discounted, with locations like Alaska, the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Europe, and more. Select exclusions and additional fees apply. Book this travel deal by June 25 for travel through June 18, 2017.

Singapore Airlines Roundtrip Flights to Asia
Vendor: Singapore Airlines via DealBase
Price: From $581.67
Lowest By: $55
Expires: June 30

If you've always wanted to see Asia, now's the time to book your flight. This Editors' Choice pick yields all-time lows on select routes, and is also a current low by $55. Fly out from cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and more. Arrive in locales like Tokyo, Seoul, and Singapore.

On the DealBase landing page, click on "singaporeair.com" in the top line to see this offer. This price is valid on flights departing from Los Angeles, CA, (LAX) with arrival in Tokyo, Japan, (NRT) on November 13 with return on November 18. Book this travel deal by June 30 for travel from September 1, 2016 through March 31, 2017.

This article originally appeared on Dealnews.com.

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