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TODAY Show: Shoulder Season Deals

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From mid-April to mid-June, you can score some great deals at popular destinations that are just shy of their busy (and pricier) travel seasons. The weather is nice, rates are lower, and crowds are fewer! Now is a great time to book and go!

First "Hotel Restaurant Week" Kicks Off

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Restaurant weeks are ubiquitous across the country, each one giving diners access to affordable, gourmet meals at the nation’s top eateries. This year, for the first time anywhere, Atlanta is home to a new event to highlight hotel restaurants. From April 2 through April 9, you can enjoy a $25 (not including tax and tip) three-course dinner at a multitude of the ATL’s hotspots.

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Vacationist Hotel Deals: Los Angeles, Houston, Vail

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Sometimes all you want to do is hop in the car or take a short flight to your next destination. Which is why this week, Vacationist brings you deals at domestic hotels within driving distance of major U.S. cities, from a newly-renovated Los Angeles mainstay to a mega-resort outside of Houston and a ski lodge in Vail, less than two hours from Denver. Hit the road now.

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Vacationist Hotel Deals: New Mexico, Antigua + London

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If you’re itching to get away this week–and really, who isn’t?—we have one for the record books: almost 50% off at twelve T+L-reviewed hotels from New Mexico to the Caribbean, even London during the Royal Wedding. Scroll down for some of the deals. 

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Suitcase.com Luggage Sale

201103-b-prize_britto-buttejpgIf you were eyeing the BRITTO Collection by Heys four-piece luggage set that went to the winner of our "Views" photo contest last December, you can snap it up for half price now on Suitcase.com. The colorful set, which includes a 12" beauty case and a carry-on bag for shorter trips, as well as medium and large suitcases for longer trips, normally retails for $2,120. Through Suitcase.com's Winter Sale you can get it for only $1,059.95 (plus free shipping!)

You can also buy the pieces individually: The 22-inch spinner case—the perfect carry-on size— is now 50 percent off at $249.95.

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Vacationist: Manhattan, Miami Beach + Mexico City

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There’s something for everyone this week at Vacationist, but urbanites will be particularly pleased with deals at hotels in New York, Miami, and Mexico City. Looking for great ideas for what to do nearby? Try some of our favorite arts and culture venues, from New York’s New Museum and 11 11 Lincoln Road, a 2011 Design Awards winner in Miami Beach, to the Museo Universitario Arte Comtemporáneo in Mexico City.

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Vacationist: Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Vancouver

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This week we head West, dear Vacationists, for hotel deals in Las Vegas, Santa Fe, and Vancouver, amongst other destinations. Which property is offering rates of less than $100 a night? Click here for more.

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TODAY Show: Easy Family Spring Breaks

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There’s no shortage of travel ideas for families looking to shake off winter this year. From camping in canvas tents in Yosemite National Park to a kid-friendly luxe resort stay in Texas, check out these smart and affordable getaways for March and April.

Vacationist: Lake Tahoe, Bermuda, Rome

201102-b-vaca-squawcreekjpgThis week’s Vacationist deals run the gamut, from a northern California ski retreat to a Bermuda beach hideaway and a palazzo in Rome. Another bonus? Many of the properties recently underwent renovations and expansions, which means that you’re sure to enjoy the best possible accommodations for your upcoming stay. Get your skis, bathing suit, or walking shoes ready now.

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Delta: SkyMiles Are Forever

CNN |  SkyMiles no longer expire, Delta Air Lines announced Tuesday.

The frequent flier perk system, which enables users to earn free plane tickets or in-flight upgrades, is the first among major U.S. airlines to preserve points indefinitely.

Before January 1, 2011, SkyMiles became invalid if no qualifying mileage activity, such as acquiring or redeeming miles, occurred for more than 24 months.

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