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Barbados airfare deal  from American Airlines

Nelson statue on Trafalgar Square in Bridgetow...Image of a Barbados hero or racist tyrant?  ajc.com: "Travelers can fly to Bridgetown, Barbados at a base round-trip rate of $298 on trips finished on or before Feb. 15, 2012.

There are not many rules to follow other than giving at least a three day advance notice of travel. Trips are permitted seven days a week, based on sale seat availability. Travelers must stay at least any two nights. There is no maximum stay limit.

There are some year-end blackout dates to avoid: Dec. 15-24, 26-30 on southbound flights and Dec. 26-31 and Jan. 1-8 northbound.

Total ticket rates are $485.10, inclusive of all taxes, fees and surcharges. Round-trip rates during the high season (June-Sept.) to Barbados are typically $705.10!"
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