Sunwing slashes prices by as much as 50%, but only until Friday

Sunwing slashes prices by as much as 50%, but only until Friday

TORONTO — Clients have just until the end of the week to take advantage of Sunwing’s Summer Blowout Sale, which includes a number of last-minute getaways to sunny locales.

Running until Aug. 3, the limited-time sale includes vacation packages to select five-star resorts across the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America for less than $1,000 per person. Availability is limited so clients are encouraged to book early.

In addition to savings of up to 50% off, clients can get more bang for their buck with an array of exclusive perks such as Kids Stay, Play and Eat FREE deals, unlimited specialty dining, discounted spa treatments, exclusive access to private beach and pool areas and much more, depending on the resort they book.

Sunwing slashes prices by as much as 50%, but only until Friday

Participating resorts include the Riu Montego Bay in Jamaica, an all-inclusive beachfront property with rooms that can accommodate groups of five or more. Features include windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, a swim-up bar, an authentic Jerk chicken hut, plus exclusive RIU-topia inclusions like unlimited à la carte dining, spa discounts and more.

There’s also the Grand Sunset Princess all Suites and Spa Resort in Riviera Maya, Mexico, perfect for families as it boasts a complimentary kids club, numerous freshwater swimming pools, archery, kayaking and snorkelling. There’s also a luxury spa onsite for parents to enjoy.

Another option is the popular Paradisus Princesa del Mar in Varadero, Cuba, an adults-only retreat situated on 1.5 kilometres of beach. Here, adults will find lagoon-style swimming pools, hydro-massage water features and an array of dining options including grilled Cuban specialties and teppanyaki.

All vacation packages include return flights on Sunwing Airlines featuring a welcome sparkling toast, buy onboard Sunwing Café menu with selections inspired by celebrity chef Lynn Crawford, and kids backpacks filled with games and toys.

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