With Vacations by Rail, celebrate the Rocky Mountaineer's 25th anniversary with perks worth up to $2,500 per couple. Book a Rocky Mountaineer package of at least seven nights by Aug. 31 and select one of three options. With Life of Luxury, receive upgraded hotels worth up to $2,500 (GoldLeaf) or up to $325 (SilverLeaf). With To Dine For, receive a free dinner at your first hotel, plus free hotel breakfasts. With Relax and Stay, receive one or two extra nights in Seattle or Vancouver. The nine-day Canadian Rockies Getaway (Silver), round-trip from Vancouver, costs $9,617 per couple starting April 27, 2015. Price includes four days aboard the Rocky Mountaineer train; eight nights in a hotel; tours including Icefields Parkway, Banff and Yoho parks; summit helicopter "flightseeing"; admission to Vancouver Lookout; rail station transfers; national parks pass; four train meals and taxes.

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Mission Point Resort, a lakefront property on Michigan's Mackinac Island, is offering a Pure Michigan Package through Oct. 19. Rates start at $484 double and include two nights' accommodations; daily breakfast; two-hour bike rental; admission to the Tower Museum and the Richard and Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum; round of golf; round-trip ferry tickets; $100 food and beverage credit; and taxes and fees. Two-night minimum stay required.

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Buttermilk Falls Inn and Spa in New York's Hudson Valley is offering a Summer Sojourn package with room discounts of 25 percent. Stay at least two nights Sunday through Thursday, until Aug. 27. Prices vary. For example, two nights in the Rook's Nest cottage in mid-August cost $634, including taxes and fees -- a savings of $212. The deal also includes lunch for two (valued at about $40) and 25 percent off one spa treatment per person. Rate includes breakfast and afternoon tea.

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Adventures on the Gorge is offering two-for-one prices on Labor Day rafting trips on West Virginia's Upper or Lower New River. For the all-day outings on Sept. 1, two guests pay $139 (plus about $22 taxes and fees), a savings of about $70. The trips include transportation to the river, rafting equipment, lunch and professional guides.

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