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If you are thinking of flying to the Caribbean then just maybe you should check this out and just fly to Barbados

Barbados :: Barbados Adds on Extra Savings with The Best of Barbados September Special: "BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Aug. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Barbados has introduced a September Special package for the entire month of September providing travelers with an air credit of $300 dollars per person. The Best of Barbados September Special, which is currently one of the most compelling offers to the Caribbean, can be booked up until September 10. It provides an excellent opportunity for travelers who are seeking excellent value for their money. Best of Barbados September Special includes: -- $300 Per Person Air Credit -- First night FREE at participating hotels - Minimum value of $80 per couple -- FREE full breakfast daily - Value of $280 per couple -- Minimum seven night stay requirement -- 25% discounts on participating ground activities -- Combine the Best of Barbados with seasonal airline sales for MORE savings! Best of Barbados packages start at $499, (depending on the gateway), and offers a choice of over 30 hotels, with air transportation on Air Jamaica, American Airlines, Delta Airlines and US Airways."

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