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The best deal you’ll see all week

There’s not much time left to snag the deal of the week (maybe even month!) with Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold, so this is your final warning!

Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold, have launched a “hard to resist” air-offer, with return flights for only $599 per person return (including taxes) when guests book a 2018 USA or Canada trip.

The sale is on until 28 August 2017, with departures from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane.

 Guests can choose from over 24 itineraries, including the Best of Eastern Canada and USA for a cosmopolitan escape, America the Beautiful, or explore America’s Magnificent National Parks for a coast-to-coast journey, and Majesty of the Rockies for a discovery of Mother Nature.  

Insight Vacations Niagara Falls Maid of Mist

“The USA and Canada have continued to grow from strength to strength over the years,” Managing Director for Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold, Alexandra O’Connors said.

Whether travelling with Insight or Luxury Gold, with such great savings on flights – guests can instead enjoy spending the money they have saved on spoiling themselves with a shopping spree in the Big Apple, a day spa in the Rockies, or on music memorabilia in the American heartland from St Louis to Tennessee.”

 The sale ends next week, so get booking to secure these deals at insightvacations.com.

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