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A&K does the unimaginable

Luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent is getting ready to surprise you. On February 19, 2009, it will celebrate its newly redesigned website with an unusual discount program. Starting at 9 AM (CST), a savings of 5 percent will be offered on each of five itineraries. Every half hour, another 5 percent will be cut from the price. By 3 PM, the discount will reach its final level of 60 percent off. Of course, departures are limited and on a first-come, first served basis.

So, this is your chance to spend for an A&K experience what conventional travel would normally cost.

For example, the "Once in a Lifetime Egypt" trip could sell for as little as $3,328 (a savings of close to $5,000). You'll get 10 days that include the Four Seasons Cairo, not to mention a Nile cruise on Sun Boat IV. "Once in a Lifetime Kenya" consists of eight days for possibly as little as $2,118 (with a stay at the Fairmont Norfolk Hotel, among others), and the experience in Spain could cost $6,000 less than usual. The other destinations are Botswana and Zambia and a voyage to Melanesia aboard "Clipper Odyssey."

Remember: the sale begins at 9 AM (CST) on February 19. Put a reminder in your calendar and be ready to click fast!

Filed under: Africa, Botswana, Egypt, Kenya, Zambia, Hotels and Accommodations, Travel Deals

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