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Delta lowers airfares to the Caribbean from MSP

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Delta lowers airfares to the Caribbean from MSP: "The Twin Cities largest airline (by far), Delta Air LInes,has reduced airfares to more than 20 Caribbean islands including Jamaica, St. Lucia, Punta Cana, the Bahamas and Aruba. Delta's latest promotion requires you to book your getaway by May 31, 2010 but you can travel all the way through next winter. Travel must be completed by April 30, 2011. Simply book your trip online at www.deltavacations.com and you'll have a terrific island getaway in your future plans. With the current promotion there is no required promo code."
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