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8 days and 7 nights to take up to three separate vacations for one incredibly low price

The Bluegreen’s Explorer package is economical and provides a variety of great options for families who want the freedom and flexibility to take one long vacation or enjoy a few smaller vacations during a 12-month period. You’ll receive 8 days and 7 nights to customize your getaway and make memories at any combination of more than 20 unique Bluegreen resorts—your choice. Bluegreen offers studio, 1- and 2-bedroom villas that are far more accommodating than a typical hotel stay.

Travel to snow-covered mountains in the winter and then go for something sun-soaked in the summer. Take a weeklong spring break or divide up your time and head to a destination where the colors change during the fall.

Bluegreen Explorer is all about freedom and flexibility. Check out your vacation options:

Spend 7 nights in a single destination

You can spend a week in Orlando, or Myrtle Beach, or anywhere else you choose.

Double up on destinations and double your fun

You can spend 3 nights in the Smoky Mountains and 4 nights on the island of Aruba or any other combination of destinations.

Triple your pleasure with three destinations

Choose to spend 3 nights in St. Augustine, then 2 nights in the Shenandoah Valley and 2 nights in Vegas. Which destinations you explore are all up to you.

The Bluegreen Explorer package is just $799* — that’s a retail value of over $3,000. Plus, you’ll receive a $75 Visa® Reward Card compliments of Bluegreen Getaways. 

Book before June 10, 2013 to receive an additional $25 Visa Reward Card. That’s a total of $100 in gifts! Call 855.231.1391 today!

*For more information including full details of participation and reservations, please call 855.231.1391 or Click Here for more details

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