Florida Tourism Outpaces National Average; Funjet Launches Family Sale

As tourism in the U.S. slowly increases, Florida is outpacing the nation, Funjet Vacations reports. The average number of hotel rooms sold in Florida in the first half of 2011 is up 7 percent from 2010, which is higher than the national average. That’s why Funjet Vacations is launching its Florida Family Fun Sale, offering bonus savings, kids stay free and discounts on family-sized car rentals, Funjet says. Nearly 87 percent of visitors to Florida each year go for pleasure.

Funjet Vacations’ Florida Family Fun Sale makes travel to Florida affordable when booked through December 1, 2011 for travel through April 30, 2012. Clients can save up to an additional $100 with promo code FLAFUN, and kids stay free at select resorts all over Florida.

Getting from place to place is easy with an Alamo car rental, now 25 percent off for SUVs, minivans and full-size cars. Tickets to all major amusement parks along with other activities and rental cars can be purchased in Funjet’s vacation packages.

An industry-leading travel protection program also allows travelers to cancel with refund for any reason, without revisions fees, and also includes hurricane benefits and during-travel insurance. The travel protection includes a price guarantee, so travelers can lock in prices now with no risk of lower prices coming later, Funjet says.

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