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Bahama Beach Club has spring/summer savings

Posted by Paul Kandarian  April 5, 2012 07:22 AM

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Yes, it's hot in the Bahamas in the summer -- but it's also cheaper.

The Bahama Beach Club, a resort overlooking Treasure Cay Beach on Great Abaco Island, a beach Caribbean Travel & Life dubbed the best in the Caribbean, is offering a trio of limited-time offers to save money.

The first is an instant savings air credit, which gets you $400 in instant savings on stays of six or more nights, per villa, or a $250 instant savings on stays of four or five nights, when booking by May 14, and staying between April 15 and Oct. 31. The offer must be booked for a minimum double occupancy and in conjunction with an air-inclusive package when flying from any city in the United States or Canada.

The resort also offers two free plane tickets from Nassau to Abaco when booking a four-night or more stay, with air travel from Nassau. Three nights gets one free ticket. Offer must be booked by June 30 and is valid on double-occupancy stays through Oct. 31.

Lastly, the resort is giving private pilots a $300 fuel credit when they fly to the island. You must book a minimum four-night stay at the club, and it must be booked in conjunction with an all-inclusive package at the resort by June 26, and is valid through June 30.

Rates at the resort, for a two-bedroom, two-bath villa start at $300, and include Internet and free phone calls to the United States and Canada. For more info, visit www.bahamabeachclub.com, or call 800-284-0382.

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