Wanna hear a little secret? All-Inclusive offers aren’t as fluid as you may think.
Top sites like Expedia, Travelocity and others will usually have the same all-inclusive offers for the same hotels year after year.
While there are little price variations that can occur due to changes in currency-values and gas prices, for the most part these booking agencies already know how to set prices for certain times of the year.
The best time to book your trip? September is by far the best month. You can stay at an all-inclusive in October November or even early-December for about 2/3 of the regular cost.
Why? Most people don’t take their vacations in the fall. Most people have just started up work after the summer, and don’t quite feel the need to recuperate in the sun for two weeks. And that’s where thinking different comes in.
By booking when everyone else is working, you get a cheaper vacation, more space at your resort, and more attention from the hotel staff. These are the lean months, so there may be certain activities that aren’t available at this time of year.
Check the Weather!
When we say this is the best time to go for money, please make sure you know the historical weather patterns of the area you want to book. For example: is it hurricane season?!!! That’ll put a huge dent in your travel experience if you need to spend it indoors.
Here are the top deals from Expedia.com:
This is a snapshot of Expedia’s current offerings.
Las Vegas isn’t all-inclusive, but they always have amazing travel packages on special. It just depends which hotel is most desperate at a certain time.
This time? It’s the Wynn and Encore hotels. The hotel for the super-rich in Las Vegas is offering steep discounts. Are the super-wealthy falling on hard times? That’d be terrible….