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Where to look for Cyber Monday travel deals 2012

November 21st, 2012 - 9:48 AM

Once you’re done with the Black Friday madness, you can channel the rest of your budget toward finding some great Cyber Monday travel deals for next year’s vacation. I’ll help you narrow down your search for the best Cyber Monday sales for all things travel by looking at what the top travel companies offered in 2011. You can expect the deals to be even better in 2012. Let’s begin.

A few housekeeping tips…Make sure that you know exactly where you want to go and narrow your focus there. If you know you want to go on a cruise to the Caribbean, discard all the other types of Cyber Monday travel deals and cruises to places other than the Caribbean. Stay focused on the deal!

Just like on Black Friday, you’ll find that the best deals don’t last long. Be ready to move on the deal you want fast before it’s too late!

It’s called Cyber Monday for a reason, so get your game face on and start checking Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ for latest deals and insider information. Follow people who live for travel deals on Cyber Monday…they’ll lead you right to your own pot of gold.

Here are some examples of Cyber Monday deals from 2011. Be sure to keep checking the website of each company to see when they will post their 2012 Cyber Monday travel deals!

Cyber Monday Vacation Deals

  • Vacation websites like Orbitz.com, Travelocity.com, Jetsetter.com and Expedia.com will all have 2012 Cyber Monday deals. In 2011, Orbitz offered half-price rooms in popular hotels in cities like Orlando, Las Vegas, and San Diego.
  • Yuupon.com, a flash-deal travel site, promised 90% off an airline gift card and $10/night for a three-star hotel in Scottsdale, AZ last year! There is a limited supply of deals so register on the website early.

Cyber Monday Cruise Deals

 Cyber Monday Airline Deals

  • Alaska Airlines offered an 8-day Cyber Monday sale last year with low fares to most of the carrier’s destinations.  One way fares to Seattle cost only $40.
  • United Airlines offered a $39 flight each way from cities like Los Angeles to San Francisco.
  • American Airlines offered customers 30 minutes of free WI-FI access.
  • Southwest Airlines offered $59 flights each way.

Cyber Monday Hotel Deals

  • Hotels.com offered a four-day sale last year with more than 200 properties discounted by 50%.
  • Best Western offered a $20 gift card if you bought a $100 Best Western Travel Card online.
  • Marriott Florida hotels offered 25% savings with rates of $95 to $186 per night.
  • Loews Hotels and Resorts took 25% off its best rate at 15 hotels nationwide.
  • Trump Hotels gave guests 30% off all Trump Hotel Collection accommodations.

Cyber Monday Luggage Deals

For the best Cyber Monday sales on luggage, check out companies likeOverstock.com, Macy’s.com, eBags.com, and OfficeDepot.com

Cyber Monday Travel Accessory Deals

For Cyber Monday deals on travel accessories, be sure to stop by Vera Bradley, LuggageOnline, and Amazon.com.

Ready for Cyber Monday travel deals?

Which travel deals you’re going after this year? Have you ever bought a travel deal on Cyber Monday? Let us know about it by commenting below!


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