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Cheapest all inclusive Mexico trip?

What sites have some good Black Friday deals for all inclusive travel?
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For the last month we've been looking for a trip down south. So far the prices are the same as before the black friday "sales" that are being advertised.
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That’s what I’ve been seeing as well. Thank you for the response :) maybe year end or boxing week will be better.
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Interesting topic, wish a great deal hunting......
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In the 12 straight years I've gone to an AI I've never seen a BF deal IIRC. More of a marketing scheme IMHO. We've done Mexico 9 of those trips. Best to set a budget and book when it's within that budget and never look at the sites again. Last few years the best "deals" have been the various gift cards, gas cards, free parking at parking n fly, etc.
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I boo 8 to 4 wees before....always had the best price...

5-6 weeks before always good.
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Sizemore24 wrote: I boo 8 to 4 wees before....always had the best price...

5-6 weeks before always good.
What sites do you usually check for deals? Looking for hotel only in Cancun or Playa early January.
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atomiton wrote: What sites do you usually check for deals? Looking for hotel only in Cancun or Playa early January.

for Puerto VALLERTA I used Booking or priceline
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I saw someone else suggest Priceline. Personally, I would not do it unless the savings were significant. Reason being that with an all-inclusive, you're going to want to know the amenities, like if they include premium alcohol or if they are located on a beach. Instead, use Hotwire where they show you what you get. This is a guide to help you figure out what hotel to book. http://www.hoteldealsrevealed.com/hotel ... /mexico/zz. I've been to Mexico 3 of the last 5 years (Cabo and Cancun) and have booked Priceline once and Hotwire twice. Saved a lot of money with these. Mind you, I traveled in March all times.

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