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Puerto Rico NOW Promotion Extended

Puerto Rico NOW Promotion Extended

Old Jan 12, 08, 6:59 pm
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Puerto Rico NOW Promotion Extended

Puerto Rico NOW Promotion offers $250 credit on stays of 4+ nights. Details on website and below:

http://www.gotopuertorico.com/landin...uerto+Rico+Now

Due to its success in 2007, The Puerto Rico Tourism Company has re-launched the Puerto Rico NOW promotion.

The Puerto Rico NOW promotion emphasizes that no passport is needed to travel between the United States and Puerto Rico, and gives travelers $250 cash back upon check-out. When vacationers book a five-day/four-night stay at a participating hotel via the Puerto Rico Tourism Company’s booking engine (www.GoToPuertoRico.com) or through Expedia, Orbitz or GoGo Travel, they will receive a $250 food and beverage credit to be discounted upon checkout. Bookings must be completed by January 21 for travel through April 30. Participating hotels include the Caribe Hilton, El Convento, Holiday Inn San Juan, Radisson Ambassador, San Juan Marriott and the Normandie Hotel in the San Juan metropolitan area; the Gran Meliá and the Wyndham Rio Mar in the northeast; the Howard Johnson in Porta Caribe in the southern region and the Rincon Beach Resort and Western Bay in the west in Porta del Sol.

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Old Jan 13, 08, 4:08 pm
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Hmmm. I just pricelined a San Juan stay (Caribe Hilton is going for $115 most nights this winter; up from recent years, but half their published rates). This would seem like a reasonable alternative, but the Puerto Rico Tourism website is vague. Are there certain rates you have to book in order to qualify (seems like that's the case)? And can you book hotel only, no airfare?

Maybe somebody can find a "real deal" among the choices. My guess is that it would be at one of the smaller, participating properties. It sure would be fun to have the food/beverage credit -- a lot of these hotels get like 10 bucks for a pina colada!
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