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Tips for the Best All Inclusive Honeymoon Websites - Help!

Hey everyone!

I'm getting married in two months; and I'm really delving into honeymoon-planning mode, now!  We've decided that we want a honeymoon that's all inclusive, and in the Caribbean.  Does anyone have tips for the best websites to book? I've heard of All Inclusive Outlet - but are there others? And what are people's thoughts on the whole Groupon honeymoon's? Whenever it's discounted like that, I always feel suspect!

So - tips on websites, and any other tips on booking would be wonderful. Thanks!

Re: Tips for the Best All Inclusive Honeymoon Websites - Help!

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    Check out cheapcaribbean.com as well. Groupon will most likely not work for you if your plans are not flexible. The deals are legit, but if you read the fine print, there is no guarantee you will get the exact dates you want. Since it's a HM, I would not chance it.

     







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    luxurylink.com
    June 16, 2012
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    Thanks so much! I was actually thinking about speaking with a travel agent, but I thought they charged you for doing so... So if they just get a cut from the resort, not from us, that's good to know! Thanks again :)


    In Response to Re: Tips for the Best All Inclusive Honeymoon Websites - Help!:
    [QUOTE]All those websites are really just internet travel agencies.  You should talk to a local travel agent and get their advice.  They often have the same deals you see on the internet sites, and you will get the benefit of their knowledge and experience.  This costs you nothing.  They are paid a commission by the resorts - just like those internet sites. If you do not have a local travel agent, PM me and I will share mine.  I talk to him on the telephone for ideas and good deals.
    Posted by CMGr[/QUOTE]
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    Also try AllInclusiveOutlet.com

    Good luck!

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    walgrrlwalgrrl member
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    I would definitely recommend a travel agent. That's how we booked our honeymoon and we got a great deal. She was very helpful.
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    In Response to Re: Tips for the Best All Inclusive Honeymoon Websites - Help!:
    [QUOTE]Thanks so much! I was actually thinking about speaking with a travel agent, but I thought they charged you for doing so... So if they just get a cut from the resort, not from us, that's good to know! Thanks again :) In Response to Re: Tips for the Best All Inclusive Honeymoon Websites - Help! :
    Posted by kmilton[/QUOTE]

    some very specialized ones do charge a fee but they'd tell you up front if they did so don't worry. A good travel agent is worth his or her weight in gold.

     

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    We've also used bookit.com
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