What Constitutes a Special or a Deal?
Let’s look at the definition of a deal or special. A deal is defined as “a transaction that favors the buyer.” A Special can be a deal or it can refer to something extra that a buyer receives. In most cases a deal or special does not refer to the “lowest price” but has more to do with the value of an item. As far as travel, the lowest price may not necessarily mean the best Deal. An example would be a flight with the lowest price may have four layovers and take you 20 hours to reach your destination. The best deal may be a flight that only has one layover, only takes four hours to reach your destination, and is only $100 more than the lowest priced flight.
The lowest priced resort may not be on the beach, may not offer the best food or top quality drinks and, in some cases you may have to fight the roaches for the room. A good deal may be a higher level resort at a higher price but with fine dining, top shelf drinks, and over the top spectacular oceanfront rooms where the resort is running a promotion for a period of time that gives you $200 off the normal price giving you a much better value for your money or as they say, “a bigger bang for your buck”.
What we offer in this section below are true deals and specials. They may not be the lowest priced resorts (you probably do not want to stay in the lowest priced resorts) but they will offer you the best value for your money while providing you with a resort stay that will meet or exceed your expectations.
Ultimate All-Inclusive Travel offers a $25 discount per person for repeat clients. Book your second trip, third trip, or more, and get $25 off each time you travel with us.