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Visit Lauderdale’s ‘LauderDeals’ is back Now through September 30

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Visit Lauderdale‘s annual summer savings program “LauderDeals” is back with big deals and discounts on hotels and attractions in the Greater Fort Lauderdale area! Most of the hotel and attraction deals run through September 30 with some extending through the end of the year. Increased demand for hotel and vacation rentals this year as well as inflation means that prices are higher, so LauderDeals is the perfect program to take advantage of for your summer travel or staycation plans.

A range of hotel and attraction deals are posted now at VisitLauderdale.com/deals offering a wide range of ways to save. Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach hopes to lure both locals and visitors from outside Greater Fort Lauderdale with its Ultimate Beach Staycation that includes a waived resort charge, 50 percent off valet parking and a late checkout. Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa’s Family Package includes daily breakfast buffets for two adults and two children plus turndown service and freshly baked cookies on arrival. If you’re looking for a wellness retreat, W Fort Lauderdale is waiving its resort fee in its Escape to The W Fort Lauderdale Package, meaning that fitness options like the beach boot camp, sunrise beach yoga, and beach bike rentals are included in your nightly rate, along with one free in-room movie to enjoy while you recuperate.

Attractions have money-saving deals listed, including Sunrise Paddleboards’ $59 off Jet Ski Tours offer. There are numerous 2-for-1 offers at attractions including Flamingo GardensHistory Fort LauderdaleSun & Fun Cycles, as well as the South Florida Adventure Pass with unlimited admission to multiple attractions for one low price.

Dine Out Lauderdale, your entrée into Greater Fort Lauderdale’s culinary scene, takes place this year during August and September. Diners will enjoy the very best tastes of Greater Fort Lauderdale at some of the area’s top restaurants by taking advantage of taste-tempting meals, all with at least three courses, for $35 or $45. Spa Days, also taking place during August and September, tempts those in need of self-care with great prices on specialty treatments, some starting for as low as $99. Restaurant and spa treatment menus will be posted closer to the August 1 start date, along with all the other deals at visitlauderdale.com/deals.

On the Visit Lauderdale LauderDeals page, there are also listings for Cruise & Play deals, Florida Resident Deals and First Responder and Military Deals.

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