Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Lock in Early-bird 2-for-1 Alaska Deals: Great Alaskan TourSaver

It may seem early to be thinking about a cruise to Alaska next year, but savvy travelers are pre-ordering the all-new 2009 edition of the Great Alaskan TourSaver. With more than 135 2-for-1 travel coupons good throughout the state, this handy money-saving coupon book helps Alaska travelers see more of Alaska and spend less.

"Today's travelers demand more value for their hard-earned travel dollars," said publisher Scott McMurren, who writes a weekly travel column for the Anchorage Daily News. "The Great Alaskan TourSaver helps travelers get the best deal on their trip—since everything in the book is 2-for-1," he said.

The cost of the coupon book is $99.95. When you receive the book, start making reservations for your 2-for-1 flightseeing, bear viewing, accommodations, train rides, glacier cruises, wilderness adventures, fishing trips—everything you want to see and do throughout Alaska, either pre- or post-cruise, including:
  • Flightseeing on Mt. McKinley, including glacier landing.
  • Glacier cruises in Kenai Fjords National Park.
  • Salmon fishing on the world-famous Kenai River, in Juneau, Seward, and in Kodiak.
  • Grizzly bear viewing in Kodiak.
  • Rail tours on the Alaska Railroad.
  • Wilderness adventures in Lake Clark National Park (including air fare from Anchorage).
  • Air fare between Anchorage and Fairbanks.
  • Air fare from Juneau to Glacier Bay National Park, plus 2-for-1 accommodations and glacier cruise!
  • "Deadliest Catch" cruise tour on the Aleutian Ballad in Ketchikan.
  • Deluxe lodge accommodations at Princess Lodges near Mt. McKinley, Copper River and Kenai River.
  • Glacier hike in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.
  • Accommodations in Anchorage, Juneau, Fairbanks, Valdez, Seward—and more.
Remember, all of the above are great deals at 2-for-1 prices. Visit the Great Alaskan TourSaver website at for details and to find out how using just one coupon can recoup the cost. Travelers save hundreds or thousands of dollars with each and every book.

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