JUST BEFORE BACK TO SCHOOL, BACK TO SUMMER: ORLANDO’S DEAL SEASON IS ON UNTIL SEPT. 30TH
Even though I’m being constantly bombarded with back to school commercials, I’m still enjoying my last bits of summer. I don’t care about 5 cent glue sticks or $4 khakis, I’m looking for my last summer getaway, thank you very much.
Let’s face it, summer is the only season who wish could linger a little longer. The one you try to hold onto, or squeeze down its last drop just for the sake of it. And since my children have spent most of their summer in London with their Dad, catching a last minute getaway when they return or doing a fun weekend trip after school starts is right up my alley. And I’m looking at Orlando. It’s deal season until September 30th and I’m deal-ighted (sorry, I couldn’t resist).
You can find all the deals at VisitOrlando.com/deals . It’s a fast and easy way to find the best rates on hotels, plus discounts on theme parks, dining and more. The best part is, the good folks at Visit Orlando have already scoured the Internet and all their travel partners to bring together all the best deals for you, which saves you time and frustration.
For example, did you know that you can get up to 30% off at select Disney Resort Hotels or you can get a 4th night and 4th day free at Universal Orlando Resort when you purchases one of their exclusive vacation offers. Or you can receive a free “All Day Dining” voucher with the purchase of a full paid, single-day admission ticket to Sea World Orlando.
You can also check out some of Orlando’s special events, such as the Star Wars Celebration from August 23-26. This four-day event, held at the Orange County Convention Center, commemorates the magic of the entire Star Wars saga.
- Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining Month(Sept. 1-30) – More than 60 of the best Orlando-area restaurants offer three-course dinners for $30. Diners can indulge in Orlando’s haute cuisine for this exceptional value at popular restaurants, including Emeril’s Tchoup Chop, The Capital Grille, Luma on Park and The Venetian Room. $1 from each purchased dinner is donated to the Edgewood Children’s Ranch, which provides residential, educational and counseling services for troubled children and their families.
- soaked(Sept. 7-8) –This new, two-day extreme water sports festival will combine world champion water skiers competing at downtown Orlando’s Lake Eola with family-friendly entertainment, car shows, live music and more.
Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Visit Orlando.