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Me and a group of buddies for Spring Break are looking into an all inclusive resort in Mexico, Dominican, etc, somewhere nice.
Were all college kids so were looking for something relatively cheap, but making it out of the country alive.
Any suggestions on what website to look on?
Buy airline separate from resort?
Any specific resorts for college kids during the college spring break?
All input appreciated.
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I have ALWAYS found expedia to the best deal..... just search packages...
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expedia, Orbitz, or cheapcaribbean.com. best deals will include airfare.
What do you guys think of kayak.com?
Cheapcarribean.com, used it for the honeymoon
All Inclusive resorts are for couples and middle aged people who tuck their polo shirts into their khaki shorts. Just get flights somewhere fun and live a little while you still can.
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Best bet would be to to get a group and rent something downtown in cant or puerto Vallarta.
That being said, I used orbitz to steal a trip to an ultra all inclusive in cancun. I leave this sat.
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