Daily Getaways: Diamond Resorts Certificates On Sale Today

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Today is the first day of Week 3 of the US Travel Association’s Daily Getaways.

For those not familiar with Daily Getaways, over the last couple weeks, travel deals and packages have been available on a first-come first-served each weekday. It started April 4, 2016 and will continue through May 6, 2016. For a look at last week’s offers click here.

For a refresher on what’s coming up this week, here’s the calendar –

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The deal today is for Diamond Resorts (timeshare resorts) properties –

Five night stay certificate for a Diamond Resorts property for $525 (200 packages available)

The package goes on sale at 1pm EST today.

To purchase the deal today, click the individual link above or follow this link to the calendar for the week of April 18, 2016 and select the package you are interested in. You can purchase a maximum of 1 certificate which is valued at $1,000, and expires May 13, 2017.

The certificate is good for five consecutive nights (and six days) in a one-bedroom accommodation (double occupancy) including tax at a participating Diamond resorts property. Not all properties are participating in the offer, so click here to see the list of properties that are eligible to redeem the certificate at.

If you purchase the deal, an electronic certificate and instructions will be emailed to you within 10 days of purchase. Some of the Diamond Resorts properties get great reviews, but I’ll be passing on this deal as my travel tends to gravitate towards properties in chains. Some readers that love Diamond Resorts properties might find good value in this certificate though.

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