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B&Bs Kick Gas and offer relief at the pumps for inngoers

Look for hundreds of gas saving offers from inns and B&Bs at www.BetterwaytoStay.comGas prices are rising and innkeepers are coming to the rescue with a “kick gas” promotion. To help relieve pain at the pumps for travelers, inns and B&Bs throughout the U.S. and Canada are going the extra mile by offering gas savings of all kinds. Rallied by the Better Way To Stay campaign, a grassroots “experience B&Bs” campaign, hundreds of innkeepers throughout the U.S. and Canada are helping travelers save at the gas pumps under the umbrella of B&Bs Kick Gas!.   

Innkeepers have created offers including everything from free gas cards and gas credits (savings on a stay to put into the gas tank), to free tune ups for the car, and rewards for carpooling or driving eco-friendly vehicles. Simply visit www.BetterWayToStay.com where gas or eco-driving offers from almost every state in the United States and many Canadian provinces can be easily searched geographically.

“Innkeepers are pumped to help travelers underwrite the cost of travel this spring and summer,” said Jay Karen, CEO of the Professional Association of Innkeepers International, the organization spearheading the Better Way To Stay campaign. “The B&Bs Kick Gas! campaign, has rallied inns and B&Bs in the US and Canada to encourage those who might be anxious to travel this spring due to rising costs,” finished Karen.

Most B&Bs Kick Gas! offers provide a $25 or greater incentive, complimentary breakfast daily and afternoon refreshments when guests stay for two or more days.

Click here to read more and learn about offers from inns, B&B associations and consortiums.

 

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Save 50% at Maine Inns with a donation to Habitat for Humanity

The Newcastle Inn near Boothbay Harbor, ME, is one of the many Maine Innkeeper Association members participating in Hospitality for Habitat. The Maine Innkeepers Association (MEIA) has just the ticket with  the 7th Annual Hospitality for Habitat program. While this program is designed to raise funds for local chapters of Habitat for Humanity, it’s a great way to save on B&B  travel in Maine throughout April and May. Save on accommodations so others can have them?  It’s a great formula for a B&B getaway that’ll offer something for you and others in need.

The program is simple. Travel between April 26 and May 28, 2010, and participating Maine Innkeeper member properties will offer a designated number of their rooms at half the regular rate, in exchange for a $35 check payable to Habitat for Humanity.  Some properties have extended the dates.  To learn more about these special packages and see photos of participating inns, click here.

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Find your Spring Fling in Historic Cape Cod

Look forward to a fabulous breakfast daily during your spring fling. Pictured here: breakfast at the High Pointe Inn.With all the warm temps and rain, it certainly feels like spring has sprung in Boston and beyond.  Spring came early to New England this year, and no doubt with it came the itch for the next B&B getaway.  The Classic Inns of Historic Cape Cod Bay, a group of distinctive inns along historic Route 6A, have the solution.  No more than an hour or so from downtown Boston, many of the members of this group are offering spring flings which include a two night stay, breakfast each morning, dinner, round trip tickets for two on the ferry to Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard, and a fresh bouquet of flowers. 

To read about more Cape Cod spring flings and see a fun slide show of beautiful inns, click here.

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B&Bs WORLDWIDE ENTICE TRAVELERS WITH VALUE VACATION OFFERS

Amsterdam Prinx B&B Apartments look out over Amsterdam’s scenic canals and quiet streets. Photo provided by BedandBreakfast.com. For the seventh year in a row, BedandBreakfast.com members are rewarding budget-conscious B&B travelers with offers to fuel spring and summer getaways. With Value Vacations, BedandBreakfast.com members are putting money where guests need it most — back into their wallets.

Knowing that travelers want the most for their vacation bucks, these B&Bs have crafted a number of creative offers to reward guests with extra value throughout 2010. In addition, BedandBreakfast.com, the largest online B&B directory and reservation network worldwide, is offering travelers a 20% discount for online reservations; reservations must include at least one weeknight (Monday through Thursday) and must be booked on BedandBreakfast.com by March 31 using the green “book it” button and the promo code BBSPRING20.

B&Bs in 20 states, the Caribbean, Mexico, Italy, and the Netherlands have created nearly 75 money-saving deals for inngoers. Read more about it on the BedandBreakfast.com blog or go to BedandBreakfast.com, click on the Value Vacation badge in the center of the home page, and start shopping for your next Value Vacation.

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GIVE THE GIFT OF A GETAWAY AND EARN BONUS TRAVEL FOR YOURSELF

BedandBreakfast.com offers their best gift card offer of the season

 

‘Tis the season for ultimate offers and BedandBreakfast.com is pulling out all the stops this holiday season.  Buy the gift of travel for someone special and get a gift for yourself! After all, why should the lucky folks on your gift list have all the fun? Just purchase a gift card from BedandBreakfast.com of $150 or more and a FREE Getaway Gift Card from BedandBreakfast.com will be emailed to you.

 

Here’s how it works: To receive a free gift card, purchase the Getaway Gift Card from BedandBreakfast.com throughout November for $150-$249, and get a FREE $25 gift card.  Purchase a gift card for $250 or more, and get a FREE $50 gift card. To redeem your free gift card, simply enter the gift card number at check-out for any online reservation made directly with BedandBreakfast.com (look for properties with the button), or book directly with one of over 4,000 inns that welcome gift cards in the U.S. and Canada.  This offer is so good it may be extended into December, but Santa’s not making any promises.

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