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45% Off All-Inclusive Barbados Resorts

Now is always a good time to fly to Barbados

The Perrin Post Travel Blog: "At Tamarind Cove, $200 per night gets you a standard room that sleeps two, plus breakfast (the price includes tax). These rooms normally go for $334 per night. You can get a junior garden suite for $267 per night (including tax). If you book 5 nights or more, you get a $100 resort credit.
Rates for additional meals: You can add lunch and dinner for $100 per day for adults, or $50 per day for children (12 and younger).
Rates for additional guests: $61 per night for an extra adult; the first additional child is free, and after that, the rate is $51 per child.
Book by: April 30, 2009
For travel from: April 12-30, 2009"

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