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Deals roll in from Caribbean resorts

Houston Chronicle: "SuperClubs offers rates as low as $86 per person, per night, at its all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica. Prices start at $139 per person in the Bahamas. Travel is allowed through Aug. 31. And guests get the fifth night free in Jamaica, the fourth night free in the Bahamas. The catch is that these discounted rates must be confirmed by Jan. 31.

Savings are available, too, at the company’s upscale lodgings. Prices at Jamaica’s Grand Lido Negril and Grand Lido Braco — think complimentary manicures, pedicures, laundry and dry cleaning — start at $199 and $189 per person, per night, respectively."

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