Travel Tuesday Deals – 4/12/2011

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  • Check out the newly launched Expedia app for iPhone! According to various news sources, the free app will also be available on additional smartphones (e.g., Android) and tablets in a few weeks. According to the New York Times, the Expedia app “uses the device’s location-based service to search hotel availability, but travelers can also input a destination. The results are displayed on an interactive map or in list form. Each hotel listing includes a slide show tour, along with its features and star rating. Once the hotel is booked, the details can be shared via e-mail or text, and added to the device’s calendar.” Download the free app here.
  • Take yourself to a summer ballgame with AirTran Airway’s baseball special! The airlines is offering discounted airfare to and from various destinations in the U.S., including: Atlanta to Washington, D.C. $198, Baltimore to Boston $86, San Francisco to Jacksonville $308. Book by April 14, 2011 for travel through November 2, 2011. A ten-day advance purchase is required and blackout dates apply. (Via Frommer’s)
  • Anyone like the sound of a 12-night cruise in the Mediterranean? Royal Caribbean International is offering a tour by sea of Italy, Greece and Turkey starting as low as $899 per person (not including airfare). Travel dates are  May 11 through May 23,  2011. (Via Fodor’s)
  • Do Miami the way you’re supposed to and stay in a luxurious beachfront hotel. Travel site bookit.com has the scoop on some great hotel and resort deals starting at only $89. Book by April 15, 2011. (Via AOL Travel)
  • If you’ve had your eye on a trip to France, now is the time to do it! AirFrance is offering discounted roundtrip fares starting at $309 to Paris, Nice or Marseilles. The discounted tickets are valid for departures April 13, 2011 through May 14, 2011. Tickets must be purchased before April 13, 2011. (Via Frommer’s)

 

About Melody Demel

Melody is Senior Manager, PR for Boingo Wireless, where she is responsible for media relations, brand building and thought leadership initiatives. Melody is a die-hard Nebraska Cornhuskers fan and retired NCAA DI college field hockey player.
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