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Twins Spring Training Flyaway March 2015
Twins Spring Training Flyaway March 2015

03/15/2015 - 03/31/2015

In middle March, WNAX would like to take you on the Minnesota Twins Spring Training Flyaway!
Go with WNAX to the sunshine of Ft Myers, FL and enjoy Minnesota Twins spring training baseball!
Included in the package:
Round Trip Flight Omaha to Tampa, FL
Tickets to 3 games
Rental car for your stay
5 nights hotel stay
First day dinner get together
Early morning sea shell hunts (if you stay along the beach)
Option #1 Staying at Grand Stay Hotel & Suites (Close to Hammond Stadium) $1,599 per person double; $1,499 per person triple; $1449 per person quad; $1,939 per person single
Option #2 Staying at Lighthouse Resort Inn & Suites Fort Myers Beach (Beach and restaurants steps from hotel) $1,799 per person double; $1,699 per person triple, $1,649 per person quad; $2,199 per person single
***Prices subject to change without notice.
***Full payment is due when booking.
***Trip insurance is purchased as part of the cost of the trip.  All charges refundable except airfare.  If canceled you will get an airfare voucher for a future trip.
***If stated hotels are full when you book, every effort will be made for a suitable substitute.
***Car rental included is economy.  Upgrades are available.
Call Steve Crawford at 605-857-0753 for more information or email scrawford@wnax.com !

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