Overview of Week 5 of the Daily Getaways Deals

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Tomorrow starts the beginning of our final week 5 of the Daily Getaways.

For those just joining, we’re in the last week of the U.S. Travel Association’s Daily Getaways for 2017. There have been some great travel deals and packages on a first-come first-served basis that started April 10.

The different travel deals go live each weekday at 1pm EST until May 12, 2017. This year, the calendar showed two blank spaces for May 11 and 12 but as the T&C specified that the deals would go through the 12th I held out hope that perhaps at the last minute some deals would be filled in for those days. Alas, it was not to be, but there are still some great deals this week.

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Here is an overview of Week 5 of the Daily Getaways Deals, along with links to each package –

Monday, May 8, 2017 –

Fairmont 6 Night Hawaii Vacation for just $2,178
Fairmont San Francisco 3 nights for just $834

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

$280: 1-Week Hertz® Standard Vehicle
$560: Hertz® Prestige Collection Weekend
$698: 1-Week Hertz® Prestige Collection

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

2 Nights in a Hyatt Premium Hotel for $260
2 Nights in a Hyatt Top Hotel for $415
3 Nights in a Hyatt Suite for $775
2 Nights in an Elite Hyatt Hotel for $330

It looks like this year’s selection of Daily Getaways will go out with a bang, ending with the always-hot-ticket item of Hyatt points!

Here’s the full week’s calendar

Week 5 (May 8-10, 2017) –

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Every morning at 8am EST I write about the deals of the day in detail, so you can review more carefully to see if it is something you want to jump on.

The daily info also serves as a reminder for busy folks who may want to get in on one of the deals but just have a lot of other day-to-day things on their calendar that take priority.

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