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*Wish for a cool Texas summer: Starting June 2, guests at the three Four Seasons properties in Texas pay the high temperature of the day on their second night. The Big Chill package is available at the Austin, Houston and Dallas properties. Terms vary.

For example, at the Four Seasons Hotel Austin, the rate in mid-July is $349 a night. If the thermometer peaks at, say, 96 the following day, then the total for two nights is $512, with tax. The special also includes such perks as room service-delivered ice cream and an in-room movie. Book now; Valid on check-ins through Aug. 26. General info: (800) 819-5053, www.fourseasons.com.

*The Bermuda Department of Tourism is offering credits on stays of at least four nights. With the Sizzling Summer promotion, receive a $400 credit on a four-night reservation, $500 for five nights and $600 for six nights. Eleven properties are participating, with rates from $299 to $460 a night. For example, in mid-June at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess, the credit brings four nights down to a starting price of about $953 double, plus about $21 daily for the resort tax and gratuities. Saturday night stay required; blackout dates apply. Use promo code PSIZ. For all hotels, book by May 31 and travel through Oct. 31. Info: (800) BERMUDA (237-6832), www.gotobermuda.com.

*Oceania Cruises is offering discounts on 2012-13 cruises booked by June 30. Deal varies by itinerary. For example, the 14-night Northern Interludes cruise between London and Copenhagen departing June 18 has two-for-one pricing, bonus savings of up to $3,000 per cabin, and free round-trip economy air from several gateway cities (additional fee from Buffalo), with business-class upgrades available. Fare with free economy air now starts at $5,021 per person double; brochure rate was $12,542. Info: (800) 531-5619, www.oceaniacruises.com.

*Pacific Delight Tours has a special promotion on a trip to China with a Yangtze River cruise on Victoria Cruises. The nine-night Journey to China starts at $1,699 per person double and includes four nights in a superior stateroom with a private balcony, departing from Yichang; all intra-China flights; deluxe hotels in Beijing and Shanghai; meals; shore excursions and entrance fees; and taxes. Three departures each in September and October. By comparison, the company has a similar trip (only difference is two nights in Xi'an) for about $600 more per person. Info: (800) 221-7179, www.pacificdelighttours.com.

*Aer Lingus is offering summer sale fares from New York's JFK Airport to destinations throughout Europe. Fares range from $1,003 to $1,111 round trip, including tax. For example, round-trip flight to Edinburgh, Scotland, is $1,003; fare on other airlines starts at $1,106 from New York and $1,369 from Washington. Lowest fares apply Monday through Thursday, July 22 to Aug. 21. For travel to Rome, blackout dates are July 13-17 and July 27-31. Book by May 8 at www.aerlingus.com.

*Spend six nights in Turkey starting at $1,899 per person double (plus $112 taxes) with a deal from Troy Tours. The Antalya & Istanbul itinerary includes round-trip air from JFK or Washington Dulles to Istanbul on Turkish Airlines; round-trip air from Istanbul to Antalya; three nights at the beachfront Gloria Golf Resort in Antalya; three nights at Hotellino Istanbul; nine meals; and arrival transfers. Lowest price applies to May and late fall/winter departures. Priced separately, the trip would cost about $334 more per couple. Trip departs every Saturday. No booking deadline, but price is subject to availability. Info: (800) 748-6878, www.troytours.com.

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