Apple Vacations reports that Mexico sales are rebounding. The company expects the upswing in Mexico bookings to gain even greater momentum in the immediate future, now that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Department of State removed their Mexico travel warnings.
Prior to the government agencies lifting their recommendations against non-essential travel to Mexico, Apple Vacations reported that Mexico sales were already showing significant improvement. The gains are attributed to unprecedented pricing in the marketplace and widespread reports that the virus is declining in Mexico and is not as serious as originally feared.
During its "Biggest-ever Mexico Sale," Apple Vacations is offering the lowest prices in more than a decade, with savings of up to 70 percent. "New sales are gaining more and more momentum," said Timothy Mullen, senior vice president of Apple Vacations said in a written release. "Our prices are definitely getting attention. Now that the CDC has removed the travel warning, consumers will be comfortable traveling to Mexico again."
Due to the great response to the "Biggest-ever Mexico Sale," Apple Vacations has extended the sale through May 28. Airfare nonstop or direct to Cancun on USA3000 or Apple-exclusive vacation flights starts at $99.99 each way for select flights from May through October.