*Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort, on an inlet along Mexico's Gulf of California, has a fifth-night-free offer, plus a $50 daily resort credit, free-night certificate for a future stay and 10 percent spa and restaurant discounts. With the 10th Anniversary Package, rates start at $239 double per night. A five-night stay for two people in late May comes to $1,198, including fees and taxes, down from $1,482. You must use the free night by Dec. 20. Info: (888) 290-6852, www.hiltonloscabos.com.
*The Hyatt Regency New Orleans is offering savings to World War II history buffs. The National WWII Museum deal starts at $189 a night double and includes a standard room, two tickets to the National WWII Museum (value $19 each), two museum theater tickets to "Beyond All Boundaries" ($11), $25 certificate at chef John Besh's American Sector restaurant, and breakfast buffet at 8 Block Kitchen & Bar in the hotel ($19). Add 13 percent sales tax and $3 service charge. Valid through Dec. 31. Info: (888) 591-1234, www.neworleans.hyatt.com.
*Avalon Waterways is waiving the single supplement fee on select 2012 river cruises. For example, on the four-day Taste of the Danube cruise, which departs Vienna on April 14 for Budapest, singles pay $1,251 (including fees and taxes) for an outside cabin with balcony -- a savings of $663. Other itineraries include Burgundy and Provence, Paris to Normandy's Landing Beaches, and the Black Sea. Info: (877) 797-8791, www.avalonwaterways.com.
*United Vacations is offering up to $150 per person off the cost of a three-night trip to Puerto Rico. Prices vary depending on dates. For example, a trip in early May, departing on a Monday and returning on a Thursday, costs $843 per person double and includes round-trip air from Buffalo to San Juan, breakfast each day and three nights at the four-star Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort. Book by March 8 using promo code UV15039; travel by Sept. 30. Info: (888) 854-3899, www.unitedvacations.com.
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