U.S. Travel Association's Annual Daily Getaways Promotion Returns With Exclusive Online Travel Deals

U.S. Travel Association's Annual Daily Getaways Promotion Returns With Exclusive Online Travel Deals

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U.S. Travel Association’s Annual Daily Getaways Promotion Returns With Exclusive Online Travel Deals

Deep discounts from the nation’s top travel brands available for a limited time on dailygetaways.com

WASHINGTON, April 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ The U.S. Travel Association’s Daily Getaways promotion kicks off today, with deep discounts from leading travel brands redeemable in popular U.S. destinations. Travelers can save upwards of 60 percent on exclusive deals from leading hotels, rental car companies and attractions. Travelers can also snag some of the best deals for loyalty points available anywhere, redeemable for hundreds of travel options in a variety of locations. Each weekday, a new deal is made available for purchaseonwww.DailyGetaways.comstarting Monday, April 10.

More than 20 prominent travel brands are offering highly discounted travel deals this year, including: Avis, Best Western Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, MGM Resorts International, SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment, Universal Orlando Resort, and Wyndham Rewards. This year, Daily Getaways welcomes two new partners: Orbitz and Carnival Cruise Line, which will allow Daily Getaways to offer cruise products for the first time in the program’s eight-year history.

Each weekday beginning today, new offers from top travel brands will be available for purchase at 1:00 p.m. ET/ 10:00 a.m. PT. These deals are available to any U.S. or Canadian resident, age 18 or older, to purchase throughout the promotion period, or until the limited inventory sells out.

“More than half of American workers aren’t using their hard-earned vacation time, resulting in a stockpile of 658 million unused vacation days and a workforce on the brink of burnout,” said Roger Dow, president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association. “This annual travel promotion provides an incentive to start planning the key components of a vacation now. This year, we have savings on hotel packages, loyalty point bundles, car rentals, admission to leading attractions and more, giving travelers dozens of wallet-friendly options for taking time off with their friends, family and loved ones.

Dow continued: “Studies show that travel not only increases happiness and improves our relationships, but also sparks creativity and keeps us refreshed when returning to work. We hope Daily Getaways inspires more people to step away from the office to experience just that.”

Some ofthis year’s deals range from behind-the-scenes movie magic experiences at Universal Studios Hollywood to entertainment-filled getaways at some of Las Vegas’ top hotels, including MGM Resorts International, Caesars Entertainment, The Venetian and The Palazzo. Families looking to explore thrilling attractions will find deals to choose from as wellall at deep discounts. Travelers have their pick of of SeaWorld and Busch Gardens parks at convenient destinationsand for those headed to Orlando, Universal Orlando Resort is offering a bundle of tickets for entry to three parks for three days, including the new Volcano Bay Water Theme Park, opening May 25, 2017.

Sign up for email reminders and see daily offers as soon as they go on sale at DailyGetaways.com. Be sure to also follow@DailyGetawayson Twitter for real-time news and announcements.

Individual terms and conditions apply for each Daily Getaways offer posted throughout the promotional period (April 10-May 26, 2017). All details on how, when and where offers can be redeemed can be found in each offer’s full description onwww.DailyGetaways.com.

About U.S. Travel Association
The U.S. Travel Association is the national, non-profit organization representing all components of the travel industry, which generates $2.1 trillion in economic output and supports 15 million American jobs. U.S. Travel’s mission is to increase travel to and within the United States. For more information visitwww.ustravel.org.

SOURCE U.S. Travel Association


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