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3 great last-minute travel deals

It's never too late to get a great travel 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. Sail the Arctic seas

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Adventure cruise operator Hurtigruten is marking its 125th year by discounting select voyages by up to $1,250. A 17-day Greenland cruise that departs Copenhagen July 30 now starts at $12,023 per person, double occupancy. Book by March 31.

2. The Andes to the Amazon

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Save $1,114 on Peregrine Adventures' 18-day "Peru Explorer" package, which includes visits to Machu Picchu and the Paracas National Reserve. The tour departs March 17 and costs $4,456 per person, double occupancy.

3. Chilling in Key West

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All this month, book a stay at the Margaritaville Resort and Marina in Key West, Florida, and enjoy fifth nights free plus a $100 resort credit. With the discount, a mid-March stay in a standard room costs $359 a night.

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