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3 great last-minute travel deals

It's never too late to get a great deal!

It's never too late to get a great travel deal! Here are three of the best last-minute travel deals we found on the internet this week:

1. New Zealand adventure

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Escape to an upscale resort on New Zealand's Lake Wakatipu and save $400. Down Under Answers' five-night Discover Queenstown package includes flights and starts at $1,399 a person, double, down from $1,799. Book by Sept. 29.

2. Guatemalan getaway

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Book two nights and get a third free at Guatemala's Las Lagunas hotel on the jungle-lined shore of Laguna Quexil. Three nights in a waterfront bungalow start at $732, including taxes, a saving of $366. Valid for stays through Oct. 31.

3. Bountiful Baja

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Get $400 off an eight-day cruise in Mexico's Sea of Cortez with AdventureSmith Explorations. The Baja's Bounty voyage starts at $2,995 per person, double occupancy. Sale applies to select departures in December and January; book by Sept. 30.

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