Take a warm break in Mexico, the Caribbean or Hawaii this winter

Take a warm break in Mexico, the Caribbean or Hawaii this winter

Take a warm break in Mexico, the Caribbean or Hawaii this winter

Take a warm break in Mexico, the Caribbean or Hawaii this winter.

Apple Vacations have begun their annual SuperSale with heavily-discounted prices on January, and additional Winter 2011 nationwide departures to Mexico, the Caribbean and Hawaii.

The sale is the company’s biggest sale of the year, and closes November 25th.

Typican sale prices start at just $499.99 for three all-inclusive nights at RIU Caribe in Cancun including nonstop airfare from Chicago or Dallas. Three nights of unlimited luxury at Now Jade Riviera Cancun starts from just $799.99, including non-stop air from Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Baltimore, Chicago, St Louis or Detroit.

Travelers to Hawaii can enjoy six balmy nights in an oceanview room at Royal Kona Resort from only $799 including non-stop air from Seattle.

Only Apple Vacations has Apple Advantage, featuring unmatched buying power, more nonstop flights from key cities, Apple Vacations Representatives in resort and consumer-rated hotels.

For SuperSale pricing and availability from your departure city to the most popular beach resorts throughout Mexico, the Caribbean and Hawaii, log on to www.applevacations.com or “Ask an Agent” for the right price and best advice.

Prices per person based on double occupancy and include airfare on USA3000 Airlines, AirTran Airways, Alaska Airway or other carriers. Prices subject to availability and change.

Checked bag fees from the air carrier may apply, ranging from $10-$100 per bag-see air carrier’s website. $2.50 per segment September 11 Security fee and departure/immigration fees ($87-$138.00pp) additional.

For bookings within 14 days of departure, add $10 per person. Restrictions apply. See the Apple Vacations Fair Trade Contract.

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Authored by: Sean McInnes

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