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Newsday.com:
Seven-day vacations to Barbados' white-sand beaches have been discounted on cheapcaribbean.com, with weeklong packages at more than a dozen participating resorts and hotels starting at $609 per person from New York. Deals include flight and lodging in a double-occupancy room. For example: the self-catering Sunswept Beach Resort on the Western Coast starts at $609 plus taxes for a studio room with a kitchenette. Stays at the 200-year-old Savannah Hotel, start at $819. Travel is from Sept. 1 - 30. (800-915-2322;)"

Cheap Caribbean Attractions: "7 Tropical Nights with Air from $549!
Due to unusually high demand, Time Out at the Gap, Coconut Court, Amaryllis Beach Resort & Allamanda Beach Hotel are now sold out for September. Travel for October 1 - December 20 is still available at these resorts.

Best of Barbados Sale Includes
7th night free
Free Daily Breakfast for two
Discounts on attractions & car rental
CheapCaribbean Exclusive 'Free Your Mind' Savings Program"

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