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Spring Break: Exclusive Early Planning Secrets Revealed!

Updated: Apr 25

Spring break may seem like a lifetime away, but if you want to make the most of it, now is the time to start planning! Keep reading for my exclusive secrets to planning your spring break early. From getting saving money to securing prime accommodations, I'll show you why early planning is the key to unlocking the ultimate spring break experience.

  1. Best Availability for Resorts: Popular resorts tend to book up quickly during spring break dates. Securing your reservation early ensures you won't miss out on your preferred destination and resort.

  2. Choice of Room Category: Dreaming of a swim-up room or an ocean-view suite? Booking in advance increases the likelihood of securing the exact room category you desire.

  3. Varied Flight Options: Airlines typically release their schedules 335 days in advance. Booking early not only allows for bundling resort and flight packages for potential discounts but also increases the likelihood of securing nonstop flights before they sell out.

  4. Group Space and Pricing: Planning a group vacation with five rooms or more? Early booking often means better group pricing and perks, providing additional savings for your travel party.

  5. Price Stability: As spring break dates approach and resorts fill up, prices tend to increase due to high demand. By booking early, you can lock in current rates and avoid potential price hikes.

  6. Avoid Last-Minute Stress: Waiting too long to plan can lead to limited inventory, inflated prices, and restricted flight options. By planning ahead, you can avoid the stress of last-minute arrangements and ensure a smooth, enjoyable vacation for your family.

  7. Payment Flexibility: Early booking often allows for the option of payment plans, enabling you to secure your reservation with a small deposit and make manageable payments leading up to your vacation. This approach is more budget-friendly than facing a lump sum payment required for last-minute bookings.

With these benefits in mind, planning your spring break vacation in advance not only ensures peace of mind, but also maximizes your chances of enjoying the getaway you've been dreaming of. Whether you are celebrating the graduating class of 2025, getting away with your extended family, or keeping it small with your immediate household, I have the perfect vacation package for you! 

With over a decade of experience specializing in spring break getaways, I'm here to make sure your trip is nothing short of extraordinary.


From the moment you reach out to me, I'm dedicated to understanding your vision and crafting a personalized experience that exceeds your expectations. Whether you're dreaming of a relaxing beach escape, an adventurous outdoor adventure, or anything in between, I've got you covered.


My approach is all about attention to detail and building relationships—with you, to understand your preferences, and with the resorts and destinations, to ensure you have access to the best experiences possible.


With my expertise and support, you can rest assured that every aspect of your trip will be meticulously planned, leaving you free to create memories that will last a lifetime.


So, if you're ready to embark on an unforgettable spring break journey,  CLICK HERE to make it happen. Let's turn your dream vacation into a reality together! Learn more about planning with Andrea. Andrea Cassidy Journeys By Andrea

Andrea Cassidy is a senior travel agent with over 10 years of experience. She specializes in destination weddings, honeymoons, family travel, multi-generational vacations, and anniversary trips.

Using her keen sense of organization, leadership skills, vast destination knowlegdge and committment to never stop learning, Andrea believes in curating vacations that exceed her clients' hopes and dreams. She strives to turn vacation moments into memories, one journey at a time.

When she's not planning vacations for her clients she can be found relaxing on the shores of Lake Michigan with a good book, cheering at her kids' sporting events, eating tacos, and watching re-runs of The Office.

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