Get a free convertible upgrade and save an additional $200!
MILWAUKEE, Jan. 11 /PRNewswire/ — Hawaii’s Big Island, Hawaii’s Island of Adventure(TM), begs to be explored. Here vacationers can find romance and adventure all in one location. They can see a volcano from a helicopter, take in Hawaiian culture at a lu’au, go deep in a submarine dive — the choice is theirs!
Vacationers can explore this extraordinary island with a free Alamo or National convertible upgrade! (http://www.unitedvacations.com/deals/specials.asp?SpecialID=1bigisle08&Referr er=Z99). Simply add an Alamo or National convertible to your Big Island vacation package and automatically receive it at the full-size price. That’s a savings of up to $120!
In addition, through February 14, 2008, travelers will save up to $200 on air-inclusive vacation packages to Hawaii’s Big Island. This offer is valid for travel through October 31, 2008. The promotion code NEWYEAR must be used at the time of booking to receive the savings.
— Save $200 on vacations priced at $3,600 or more
— Save $150 on vacations priced at $2,500-$3,599
— Save $100 on vacations priced at $2,000-$2,499
— Save $50 on vacations priced at $1,200-$1,999
Sample package price:
— Hawaii’s Big Island 5 nights from $824
— Royal Kona Resort, Bay Tower Standard
— Depart Wednesday or Thursday from Los Angeles, 1/10-3/6/08 (excludes
— (Price includes savings from NEWYEAR promotion code)
Consumers: Purchase online at http://www.unitedvacations.com/, by calling 888-328-6877 or by contacting a local travel agent.
Travel Agents: Book United Vacations through VAX VacationAccess(R) at http://www.vaxvacationaccess.com/ or the VAX VacationAccess technology via Amadeus AgentNet, Sabre Vacations, and Vacation.com AgentNet.
United Vacations’ America, Canada, Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, Mexico and Ski programs are operated by The Mark Travel Corporation in Milwaukee, one of the largest vacation companies and operators of private-label brands in the United States.
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