* Rail Europe is offering 20 percent off BritRail passes for winter travel, valid for first-class and standard trips. For instance, a three-day, first-class adult ticket, good for unlimited travel anywhere in Britain, costs $239 instead of the usual $299. Book by Feb. 14; travel through Feb. 29. Info: (800) 622-8600, www.raileurope.com.
* Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands has a deal for sporty families. The Winter Family Memories costs $596 for two adults and up to two children (ages 11 and under) and includes two nights in the Main Lodge (normally from $475); unlimited skiing from 4 p.m. day of arrival until 7 p.m. day of check-out (value $54 for an adult, $44 per child per day); breakfast each morning; one dinner at the Slopeside; one family-size pizza per room; a snow tubing session ($20 adult, $17 child), a round of miniature golf, a game of bowling and a roller skating rental per person; a Bear Trap Fun Zone game card per child; and access to the indoor pool and fitness center. Taxes of 9 percent are additional. Valid Sunday-Wednesday, through March 28; some holiday blackout dates. Info: (866) 437-1300, www.7springs.com.
* Red Roof Inn is offering family and friends of returning military 15 percent off rates at participating properties in the United States. Valid through March 31. For example, at the Phoenix Bell Road, near Luke Air Force Air Base in Arizona, pay $44 a night (including taxes); for the property in New London, Conn., near the Coast Guard Academy, pay $38. Use code 608084 when booking. At check-in, supply the name of the branch and the soldier's unit. Typical rates for Phoenix hotel is $59; for Connecticut, $51. Info: (800) 733-7663, www.redroofinn.com.
* TourCrafters has an early-booking discount on its Spring Break Cruise in Europe package, with savings of $200 per person. Cost of $1,654 per person double includes round-trip air from JFK to Barcelona, airport and port transfers, three nights in a three-star Barcelona hotel, daily breakfast, and four-night Mediterranean cruise with visits to Corsica, Florence and the French Riviera. Add about $214 in fees and taxes. Book by Friday; complete the land portion of the trip before or after the cruise, which departs Barcelona on March 27. Info: (800) 482-5995, www.tourcrafters.it (click on "Spain").
* Expedia is kicking off its wave season with a slew of cruise deals, including reduced prices, shipboard credits and free upgrades. With the Winter Warm Up Event, save up to 75 percent on cruise rates, plus receive up to $300 in onboard credits if you book with a MasterCard. For example, the seven-night Carnival cruise to the Eastern Caribbean, departing Baltimore on May 20, costs $779 per person double (down from $1,769) for a guaranteed inside cabin. Taxes of $92 extra. Receive a $75 onboard credit when you book with a MasterCard and make a deposit by Feb. 29 (credit deal is valid on cruises departing Feb. 1 through Dec. 31). Additional restrictions apply. Other deals include free cabin upgrades within stateroom types on Carnival (book by Feb. 29), and $50 onboard credit with an oceanview cabin and $100 credit for a balcony on select 2012 sailings with Costa (book by Jan. 31). Info: (888) 249-3978, cruise.expedia.com.
* British Airways is holding a January sale on economy and premium economy seats from Washington area airports to European cities including Prague, London, Madrid, Rome and Barcelona. For example, round-trip economy fare, with taxes, starts at $758 to Paris and $712 to London Heathrow. Seven-day advance purchase and minimum Saturday-night stay required. Travel Monday-Wednesday, through March 31; sale is also valid April 9 through May 17, but fares are higher. Other airlines are matching on select routes. Book by Jan. 24 at www.britishairways.com.
Deals sell out and availability is not guaranteed. Some restrictions may apply.