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Votes Are In and Club Med's Most Popular Resorts are on Sale During Black Friday and Cyber Monday

MIAMI, Nov. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Club Med announces results from their engaging Facebook contest where fans voted on their favorite Club Med resort. Based on fan selection, Club Med is offering exclusive rates on the most popular resorts from around the globe during its Black Friday Sale Nov. 23-25, 2012 and Cyber Monday Online Only Sale, Nov. 26-28, 2012.

With all-inclusive rates starting from just $99 per night* for last-minute escapes during the Club Med Black Friday Sale, travelers sneak away from the cold and enjoy warm weather in the Caribbean, Mexico and Florida. To take advantage of this offer, guests must book by Nov. 25, 2012 for travel dates Nov. 24Dec. 14, 2012.

This exclusive Black Friday deal is available at the following resorts:

Cancun Ixtapa, Mexico
Ixtapa Pacific, Mexico
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Sandpiper Bay, Florida
Turkoise, Turks & Caicos
Columbus Isle, Bahamas
La Caravelle, Guadeloupe
Buccaneer's Creek, Martinique

The Club Med Cyber Monday Sale allows guests to enjoy a seven-night spring escape at one of the most coveted Club Med resorts with package rates based on two guests starting at $599**. Travelers select from 14 resorts, including international properties in Thailand, Indonesia, the Maldives and many more. To take advantage of this offer, guests must book by Nov. 28, 2012 for travel dates April 4 – 30, 2012.

This exclusive Cyber Monday sale is bookable online only and is available at the following worldwide resorts:

Phuket, Thailand
Bintan Island, Indonesia
Rio Das Pedras, Brazil
Cancun Ixtapa, Mexico
Ixtapa Pacific, Mexico
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Sandpiper Bay, Florida
Kani, Maldives
La Plantation d'Albion, Mauritius
Cherating Beach, Malaysia
Turkoise, Turks & Caicos
Columbus Isle, Bahamas
La Caravelle, Guadeloupe
Buccaneer's Creek, Martinique

Experience the value of a Club Med all-inclusive escape, where everything is included in one convenient price. Guests will enjoy spacious accommodations, gourmet-dining options throughout the day, a full open bar with premium beverages and an array of land and water sports. Children from four to 17 years can discover personalized experiences such as Le Petit Chef cooking lessons or tennis instruction with our children's clubs. Club Med also makes traveling with infants exceedingly easy with the Baby Welcome Program providing highchairs, cribs, strollers, bottle warmers and more upon arrival.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.clubmed.us/flash-sale, call 1-800 CLUB MED or contact your preferred travel professional.  For an insider look at Club Med, follow ClubMedOfficial on Facebook and Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube channel at ClubMedNorthAmerica. Check out Club Med's free innovative travel app for iPhone and iPad at www.clubmed.us/app.

*Sample price is per person, per night, based on double occupation and does not include airfare. 3 night minimum stay required, 7 nights minimum if traveling to Columbus Isle. Valid only for new individual bookings for select travel dates through 12/15/12. Must be booked by 11/25/12. Full payment required at time of booking. For Turkoise all guests must be 18 or over. Promotion may be withdrawn at any time and is subject to capacity restrictions. Club Med membership fees of $60 per adult and $30 per child are additional. Other restrictions apply including brochure terms and cancellation/change fees. Not responsible for errors or omissions. Void where prohibited or restricted by law.

**Sample price is per person based on two guests traveling to Turkoise for a 7-night stay and does not include airfare. 3 night minimum stay required, 7 nights minimum if traveling to Columbus Isle. Valid only for new individual bookings for select travel dates between 04/06/2013 – 04/26/2013. Must be booked by 11/28/12. Full payment required at time of booking. For Turkoise all guests must be 18 or over. Holiday restrictions and other blackout dates apply. Promotion may be withdrawn at any time and is subject to capacity restrictions. Club Med membership fees of $60 per adult and $30 per child are additional. Other restrictions apply including brochure terms and cancellation/change fees. Not responsible for errors or omissions. Void where prohibited or restricted by law.

 

 

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