Round-trip airfare on US Airways, six nights' accommodations and transfers, from $687 per person — plus about $56 in taxes.
When: Departures daily through Nov. 20.
Gateways: Boston, New York City; add $18 for D.C., $47 for Dallas and $126 for Kansas City; additional gateways available.
The fine print: Does not include taxes of about $56 per person. Based on double occupancy; single supplement is $687. Use promo code WEB100 when booking. Note that the base price listed fluctuates; it changed three times in the time we monitored it. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book by: Feb. 28
Contact: US Airways Vacations, 800/455-0123, usairwaysvacations.com
Why it’s a deal: In a recent Kayak search, we found a round-trip airfare between Boston and San Juan for $241 in early February (American). The hotel costs about $202 per room per night. Booking independently, you could expect to pay about $847 per person. You'll save $160 by booking this package, plus your hotel transfers are included.
Lodging: The Four Points by Sheraton Resort & Casino at Palmas Del Mar will be your base for the six-night stay. Palmas del Mar, a beach resort community, is outside the town of Humacao and about 45 minutes southeast of San Juan.
The Four Points' 107 rooms have standard amenities, free Wi-Fi and private balconies. It's steps from the beach and has a golf course, tennis courts, an outdoor heated pool, a children's pool, a restaurant, lounges and, of course, a casino.
More: There are upgrades available for hotels in San Juan proper: Add $194 for the Holiday Inn San Juan; $238 for the Condado Plaza San Juan Hotel & Casino; $286 for the Gran Meliá Puerto Rico; $323 for the El San Juan Hotel & Casino; $370 for the El Conquistador Resort & Golden Door Spa; $711 for the InterContinental San Juan Resort & Casino; $1,077 for the Rio Mar Beach Resort & Spa; and $1,122 for The Ritz-Carlton, San Juan Hotel, Spa & Casino. (All upgrade fees listed here are per person.)
Before you go: U.S. citizens don't need a passport to visit Puerto Rico. For more ideas on what to do, visit Puerto Rico's official tourism site.
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