Save more than 25 percent with a beachy deal at two Ritz-Carltons in Miami. The Tale of Two Beaches promo starts at $1,598 for two guests and includes a night at the Ritz-Carlton in South Beach and a night at the Ritz-Carlton in Key Biscayne; two oceanfront lunches (at DiLido Beach Club and Catina Beach); beach chair and umbrella rentals; Art Deco walking tour; tickets to the Bill Baggs State Park; beach bag and towel gift; and transportation between the two resorts. Add 13 percent taxes per night. Two-night minimum required, but guests can add nights for the same rate. Valid through Nov. 22.

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The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is offering a family package on the Hawaiian island with savings of nearly $1,000. The Ultimate Maui Family Vacation starts at $3,127 for a family of four and includes seven nights in a double or king room with a private lanai; daily Hertz rental SUV; daily breakfast buffet for two adults and two children; two-for-one tickets for the Drums of the Pacific Luau and the Tour of the Stars program; free child's ticket with paying adult at Submarine Adventure, Lanai Snorkel or Dolphin Watch Excursion; and taxes and fees. Valid through Dec. 20. By comparison, the room alone, without tax, is more than $2,300.

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The Sands at Grace Bay, a beachfront resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands, is offering a fourth night free for stays through Dec. 20. Rate varies by room type and dates. For example, a four-night stay in mid-July in a garden-view one-bedroom unit now starts at $1,336, including $241 taxes, a savings of $445. No deadline to book, but deal is based on availability.

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Air France has a summer sale on business-class flights to Europe. For example, nonstop airfare from JFK to Paris starts at $3,045 round-trip, with taxes; connecting air from JFK to Rome starts at $3,324. Depart June 27-Aug. 30; book by July 2, at least 60 days before the departure date. Ten-day minimum stay required. By comparison, the business fare to Europe is usually twice as much.