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Looking to travel? Cheap deals are out there
Tuesday - 2/15/2011, 10:19am EST
"Vegas, we're showing as the No. 1 bargain destination," says Bob Diener, president of getaroom.com.
Some hotels around the Las Vegas strip go for around $25 to $30 a night.
Diener says right-on-the-beach deals are out there for Miami and San Diego.
In Miami Beach, you can get a room for around $100 a night, even during the busy season, Diener says.
Wherever you go, the key is to stay mid-week and to book early since people are expected to travel this year.
WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck contributed to this story. Follow WTOP on Twitter.
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