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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. Golfer's delight

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Colorado Springs' historic Broadmoor resort is offering an unlimited weekday golf package through Oct. 31. Rates start at $445 a night per person, double occupancy; two-night stay required. Without the deal, rounds start at $110.

2. Relax in the rain forest

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Save 35 percent when you book the luxurious Springs Villa at Costa Rica's adults-only Nayara Springs resort. The villa, which has a private plunge pool fed by mineral hot springs, starts at $488 a night. For stays through Nov. 15.

3. Save on the slope

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Vail Resorts is rewarding skiers who get their ski passes early. The "Epic 7-Day Pass," which offers seven days of unlimited skiing at 14 mountains, including Park City in Utah, costs $659 before Oct. 8. After that date, it costs $754.

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