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Hotels in the U.S. Virgin Islands offer 25 cent nightly rate
The U.S. Virgin Islands are going to be featured on a newly designed quarter and to celebrate, hotels around the islands are offering up rooms at 25 cents - yes, just 25 cents! - per night.
Of course, there is some fine print to the offer. Guests will still be responsible for taxes of 7%, resort fees, and government taxes of 8%, so the total ends up being a litte more than the 75 cents you might immediately assume when learning of the offer (packages I checked totaled around $100 in taxes and fees). Nine different hotels are participating in the promotion, including the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort and the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort and Spa.
The offer is valid for travel now through December 15, though each resort may have its own blackout dates. There is a three night limit for the 25 cent rate and air-inclusive packages must be booked through the BookIt website. Guests who book the package do get a few perks - they'll receive a $25 activities credit, $25 dining credit and a commemorative quarter.
The other caveat: you've got to act fast. There are a limited number of rooms available and you must book by November 2.
[via Budget Travel]