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Two-for-one island getaway; Deluxe ranch; An extra night in Chi-Town

Two-for-one island getawayStay beachfront in the British Virgin Islands at Peter Island Resort and pay single-occupancy rates on a junior suite for two. Book at least four nights by Sept. 30 to get a $555 nightly rate, including discounts on spa treatments.peterisland.com

Deluxe ranch Enjoy your own two- or three-room villa in Santa Fe for as little as $339 per night at the 450-acre Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort. Offer includes a $100 resort credit, chocolate-covered strawberries, and a bottle of wine. Through Sept. 30.bishopslodge.com

An extra night in Chi-Town Visit Chicago and spend an extra night as the guests of a hotel chain renowned for luxury. At the Peninsula Chicago, book two nights in a double for $640 a night and get the third night free. For stays through Oct. 4.peninsula.com

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