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Got Wanderlust? 12 Cyber Monday Travel Deals You Won’t Want to Miss

November 30, 2015 | Updated 1 days ago
by Susan Shain

Want to get away this winter? Look into Cyber Monday travel deals.  

We’ve already talked about Cyber Monday hotel deals, and in this post, we’ll cover sales from general travel websites and tour providers.

Whether you’re interested in a discounted flight or all-inclusive volunteer vacation, you may find a travel deal that fits your fancy.

12 Cyber Monday Travel Deals

Got wanderlust? Here are some travel deals you might like.

1. Cheap Caribbean

Dreaming of fun in the sun? Cheap Caribbean has some scorching deals on its trips, which include airfare, hotel and sometimes food.  

A three-night getaway from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to the Gran Melia in Puerto Rico, for example, is on sale for $199. That price includes your airfare, hotel, a free fruit basket and 20% off food and beverages.

Or, you can use promo code CYBER150 to get $150 off any stay of five nights or more.

2. CheapTickets

Want to save on hotel stays or event tickets? Check CheapTickets’ Cyber Monday sale.  

Save 20% on qualifying hotel stays from now through March 21, 2016 by using promo code RIBBON. Starting at 12:01 CST on Nov. 30, you can also save an extra 2% by being one of the first 200 customers to use promo code SHIMMER.

You can also get 10% off event tickets — think college bowl games or Broadway shows — using promo code HOLIDAY10.

Lastly, an opportunity to stack deals: Spend $100 or more on an eligible flight, and automatically get $20 in CheapCash, which you can use on future hotel bookings.

3. Discover Corps

Have you ever heard of a volunteer vacation? It’s an opportunity to give back while exploring a new country.

Discover Corps is a volunteer vacation organization invites you to “choose experiences over things” this Cyber Monday.

To do this, it’s offering a double group discount on any of its all-inclusive volunteer vacations, meaning: If you join with a group of four or more people, you could get up to $700 off per person!

4. Expedia

Travel giant Expedia is offering a unique Cyber Monday sale through its smartphone app: 90% off hotels in four destinations, which change each hour from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. EST. Travel must be completed between now and March 31, 2016.

Here are the destinations included and the times their sales will start:

9 a.m.: Hawaii, Las Vegas, Chicago, New York City

10 a.m.: San Diego, Austin, New Orleans, Cancun

11 a.m.: Los Angeles, Vegas, Orlando, Punta Cana

12 p.m.: Cancun, Boston, Hawaii, Dallas

1 p.m.: San Francisco, Puerto Rico, Riviera Maya, Los Cabos

2 p.m.: New York City, Las Vegas, Orange County, Atlanta

3 p.m.: Jamaica, Miami, Puerto Vallarta, Seattle

Even if you’re not traveling to any of the regions listed, you can still save on your first hotel booking through Expedia’s app: $75 off any booking of $300 or more. Sign up for a coupon code.

5. Friendly Planet

Thirsty for adventure? Friendly Planet offers small group tours to over 35 countries — which include airfare, deluxe accommodations and a guide.

Starting at midnight EST on Cyber Monday, it’s offering discounts of up to $600, including $400 off their brand-new, air-inclusive tour to the Galapagos Islands.

6. G Adventures

Another small-group adventure tour operator is G Adventures. On Cyber Monday, use promo code 16GA100ADV12 to get $100 off any tour that costs more than $1,000 and departs before June 30, 2016.

Or, on 50 selected tours departing before June 30, 2016, you can get 15% off using promo code 16GA015DES05; sample tours include Belize Explorer, Best of Panama, Nepal Adventure and Absolute Peru.

7. Hotwire

Though Hotwire’s prices are already discounted, it’s offering additional savings when you book through its app on Cyber Monday.

You can save $20 off on Hot Rate hotel bookings of $100 or more, or $5 off car rentals of $25 or more.

8. Intrepid Travel

From Cyber Monday through Dec. 3, 2016, Intrepid Travel is offering 20% off trips leaving before April 30, 2016, and 10% off trips before Sept. 30, 2016.

Intrepid offers international small-group adventures; sample trips include Victoria Falls to Zanzibar, Central American Journey and Best of America.

9. Norwegian Cruise Line

If a cruise is in your future, Norwegian Cruise Line has sweetened the pot a little bit.

When booking a cruise that’s 3-16 days in length, you can select two of the following offers: a free Ultimate Beverage Package, Specialty Dining Package, four $50 shore excursion credits, or 250-minute WiFi package.

If you book a suite, you’ll receive all four special offers.  

10. Rail Europe

Traveling to Europe soon? Chances are you’ll take a train at some point on your trip — and if so, you might want a Rail Europe pass, which must be purchased stateside.

The company is offering a variety of Cyber Week deals between now and Dec. 4, 2015, including $100-$300 or 30% off specific passes and tickets.

11. STA Travel

Lucky enough to be under the age of 26? Or a student or teacher? You’re eligible for special travel discounts, many of which can be found at STA Travel.

It’s offering some Cyber Monday deals, too: up to $50 off flights with promo code BFCM2015 and 20% off adventure tours with promo code 16PA020DES02.

Or, if you call to book, you can get a $150 credit towards flights when you book a tour of $1,000 or more with promo code 16GA100ADV12.

12. StudentUniverse

Though StudentUniverse is technically available to anyone, many of its deals do require you to be in school or under a certain age.

For Cyber Monday, it has a small selection of discounts on flights and tours, including $40-$75 off international flights, $200 off Qantas flights, and up to $802 off European tours, $856 off South Pacific tours and $1,104 off Asian tours.

Your Turn: Do you have any travel plans in 2016?

Susan Shain, senior writer for The Penny Hoarder, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at susanshain.com, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.

This post originally appeared on our special Cyber Monday site.

by Susan Shain
Contributor for The Penny Hoarder

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