Travel Savings Alerts Newsletter, June 2022 Issue
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1. Jamaica Love Bird Giveaway
|GanjaVacations, a portal for cannabis vacation experiences and Cannabis Wedding Expo, offer their Jamaica Love Bird Giveaway, a campaign that promises a free cannabis themed vacation or honeymoon in Jamaica.
The Giveaway offers a Grand Prize package of four days and three nights for two at Blue Skies Beach Resort, a boutique hotel in Negril, Jamaica. The package includes accommodations, airport transfers and a variety of cannabis experiences ideal for a honeymoon or romantic getaway in a region of Jamaica famous for ganja. The Grand Prize does not include airfare.
The Giveaway is open to adults over the age of 21. Enter by midnight Nov. 17, 2022, and complete the entry form online to participate. Entrants can earn additional chances to win by referring friends or posting on social media. No purchase is required. In addition to the Grand Prize, all entrants will earn a coupon code for a 15 percent discount on the purchase of any vacation package on the GanjaVacations website through Feb. 14 2023. The Grand Prize winner will be announced on or about Dec. 16, 2022.
Jamaica Love Bird Giveaway.
2. Indy Attraction Pass
|With the Indy Attraction Pass you can visit eight attractions for one price.
This attractions include Conner Prairie, Eiteljorg Museum, Indiana Historical Society, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis Zoo, Newfields, and the Children's Museum Of Indianapolis.
The Indy Attraction Pass is available in a one-day or three-day version. The one-day pass is valid for 24 hours after the first use and must be used within 90 days of purchase. Some attractions require timed ticket reservations and savings are about 50 percent over single admission attraction prices. The adult admission price is $48, while the children’s pass, for ages two to 12, is $37.
The three-day pass is valid for 72 hours after the first use and must be used within 90 days of purchase. Some attractions require timed ticket reservations and savings are about 15 percent over single admission attraction prices. The adult admission price is $75, while the children’s pass, for ages two to 12, is $65.
Your passport acts as your admission ticket to all of the venues included. You can purchase your passport online. After your purchase, your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately. If you want one-tap access to your pass, you have the option of saving it to your phone’s home screen.
When visiting an attraction included in the passport, show your mobile pass to the ticketing agent, who redeems your passport and grants you entry.
Indy Attraction Pass.
3. Iceland ProCruises 20% Discount
|Iceland ProCruises extends its 20 percent discount on all cruises for the 2022 season.
Take advantage of the lower prices and bring the whole family. Save at least $565 per cabin on the Iceland Circumnavigation cruise and $925 per cabin when booking a cruise to Greenland.
The company’s premier itinerary - the Circumnavigation of Iceland, is offered on seven departure dates from May 27 to the end of July 2022.
These trips, aboard the Ocean Diamond, are soft expedition cruises accompanied by an Icelandic expedition team, who all speak English.
The journey begins and ends in Reykjavik. Ports include Stykkisholmur, Isafjördur, Siglufjördur, Skjalfandi Bay, Seydisfjördur, Djupivogur and Vestmannaeyjar.
The nine-night trip starts from $2,320 per person. These trips include opportunities to experience all that Iceland offers on optional shore excursions.
There are two trips to Greenland with flights to and from Kangerlussuaq (Greenland) and Keflavik included in the price. The Natural Wonders of Greenland is available Aug. 12 to 23 from Reykjavik to East Greenland to Greenland’s Capital Nuuk. The route leads to Iilussat with its ice fjords before cruising via Uummannaq to the port of Kangerlussuaq. The 11 night cruise costs from $8,620 per person. The second itinerary travels from Kangerlussuaq to Reykjavik Aug. 23 to Sep. 3, 2022, and is priced at $8,620 per person.
The family special is valid for two adults and up to two children. 12 years and younger. All cabins for this special have two rooms each with two beds, a bathroom with toilet/shower and a picture window.
Prices for 2022 are $3,490 per person with four people per cabin. Or $4,530 per person with three people per cabin. This offer is valid for all 2022 Iceland departures regardless of season and duration.
The recommended age limit for children on the Iceland itinerary is eight years old and 10 years old for Greenland.
4. B Hotels Up to 20% off Spring Getaways
|B Hotels & Resorts offer savings with their Spring Into Savings promotion. With the promotion, save up to 15 percent on two-night stays or up to 20 percent on three-night stays at the brand’s collection of resorts throughout Florida.
Nightly rates with the Spring into Savings promotion start at $149 at B Resort & Spa in the Disney Springs Resort Area, $199 at B Ocean Resort in Fort Lauderdale and $219 at Banana Bay Resort in the Florida Keys. Rates are applicable for stays through June 30, 2022, that are booked by June 15, 2022. You receive a flexible cancellation policy when booking directly through the B Hotels & Resorts website using the promo code, BSPRING.
All rates are subject to hotel availability and rates do not include taxes, resort charges, gratuities, or other incidentals. This offer may not be combined with any other discounts or promotions. Blackout dates apply.
B Resort & Spa, an official Walt Disney World® Hotel in Orlando, offers free shuttle transportation to and from the theme parks. Select rooms are equipped with bunk beds or kitchenettes.
B Ocean Resort (Fort Lauderdale, FL) – on Fort Lauderdale Beach, provides access to a private beach and outdoor infinity-edge pool overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Banana Bay Resort & Marina (Marathon, FL) – The 59-room resort offers waterfront hammocks or explore the Keys on a free bicycle rental.
To book this special rate, book directly through B Hotels & Resorts.
B Hotels & Resorts Spring Into Savings.
5. Free Fun Denver
|Throughout Denver, CO, there are attractions and activities that cost you nothing, including museums, festivals and tours.
Here are some free things to do in Denver.
Denver's Golden Triangle Creative District neighborhood has more than 30 art galleries and artists' studios. First Friday Art Walk, a shuttled gallery tour that takes place the first Friday of each month, is a way to tour art marts such as Walker Fine Art. The Golden Triangle art galleries are bordered by Speer Boulevard, Colfax Avenue and Lincoln Street. Shuttle tours begin at the Osage Street Light Rail Station.
The Colorado State Capitol is modeled after the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. Climb the 99-step spiral staircase to an open-air deck affording views of the city skyline and Rocky Mountains. The Corinthian-styled building, famed for its gold-plated dome rising 272 feet above the ground, offers temporary exhibits, visitor galleries and free tours, Monday through Friday.
Journey through the Tattered Cover Book Store, one of the top independent booksellers in the country. The store has several metro Denver locations, but the store in the renovated Lowenstein Theater on East Colfax is the talk of the town. While there get a coffee, or relax in one the overstuffed chairs or sofas with the latest bestseller. Or attend a free book signing or author lecture. location is at Denver Union Station.
See where your currency is made at the Denver U.S. Mint, one of two mints in the nation that offers tours. The free, 45-minute tours are led by guides and provide a look into the history of coinage. You can see the shiny coins streams off the production lines. Tours are available Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Same-day tour tickets are available at the Tour Information window, which opens at 7 a.m.; no advance tickets are available.
Denver Central Library has an impressive art gallery on the seventh floor. The library is best known for its Western History Collection, which covers Spanish land grants, Native American history, the gold rush era and the present day with a focus on the Rocky Mountain West.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, home to the Newton Auditorium, Temple Buell Theatre, Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Garner Galleria Theatre and smaller stages, the center hosts several free performances throughout the year. No advanced reservations are accepted; seating is general admission; children under six-years-old are not allowed; and tickets are only available on a first-come, first-served basis on the day of the performance.
Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre, Carved from towering red rock monuments, Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre is a spectacular concert venue. When there's no concert, the free Visitor Center has a museum and Performers Hall of Fame. The surrounding park has hiking trails that weave in, around and over the colorful red rocks. Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre is open year-round for free self-guided tours, beginning one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset. During the Summer Concert Season (April – October), the Amphitheatre and Visitor Center close early in preparation for that night’s event.
Celestial Seasonings Tour, Nearby Boulder, CO, is the home to the world's most advanced tea production plant. Free hour-long tours, offered every day, will take you through the intricate processes behind Celestial Seasonings' concoctions. Free samples are offered. Due to COVID-19, the Tour Center, Tea Shop and Café are temporarily closed until further notice.
Hammond's Candy Factory, The free tour, takes you behind the scenes at Hammond's, a company that has been making candy in Denver since 1920. Tours run every half hour on the half hour during factory business hours. Tours last approximately 30 minutes and can accommodate up to 45 people. Tours are free but reservations are required.
City Park Jazz, produces 10 free jazz concerts each summer in Denver’s City Park Pavilion. This year, the season spans 10 Sunday evenings from June 5 to Aug.7, 2022.
Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus, is free the first Tuesday of each month from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Children can do it all here: scramble through a 3½ story climber, step inside a six-foot bubble, sculpt clay or power a hot air balloon.
The Dikeou Collection, is a private collection of contemporary art, with photography, drawings, sculptures and installations. Free and open to the public, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment.
6. Scottsdale Summer Steals
|Searching for sunny summer fun? Look no further than Scottsdale, AZ, where triple-digit heat comes with resort rates starting at $111.
ItsThatHot.com is a one-stop shop for planning a summer vacation.
Here are some hotel deals:
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess: Rates start at $199 and for every night booked, receive a free night. Valid until Sep. 5, 2022.
The Saguaro Scottsdale: Rate from $111 where you can stay in the heart of Old Town, close to nightlife and dining. Valid all summer.
The Hermosa Inn: This boutique, 43-room hotel in Paradise Valley offers a 15 percent discount off the lowest available rate, a $25 food and beverage credit each night, and two welcome drinks at check-in. Valid through Aug. 31, 2022.
JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa: “Casitas & 'Ritas” await. Enjoy two margaritas each night and a $50 resort credit toward a spa treatment, 36 holes of golf, or dining. Valid to Sep. 5, 2022. Use code ES1.
7. Fred. Olsen Summer Cruise Sale
|Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines offers summer cruises at £399 per person, plus up to £250 onboard spending credit, as part of a Summer Sale.
The Summer Sale covers cruises to September 2022, and offers savings of £150 per person on Norway and British Isles sailings, and £200 per person off European short breaks or Arctic and Scandinavian cruises and £250 per person on warmer sailings and those venturing to Canada.
In addition, these savings run alongside an on-board spending offer, with up to £250 per person credit available on selected cruises.
Among the highlights is Balmoral’s four-night ‘France Short Break’ cruise, departing from Dover on Sep. 23, 2022. Prices start from £399 per person (was from £599 per person) and receive £50 per person to spend onboard, or £100 per person when booking a suite.
Fred. Olsen Summer Sale.
8. Stopover Hola Madrid
|With travelers heading back to Europe this summer, Iberia airline turns your layover into a destination in 2022.
With Stopover Hola Madrid you can spend one to six nights in the capital of Spain and enjoy the variety of cultural activities, accommodations, and shopping.
Plus Iberia offers exclusive discounts such as 40 percent off your stay with Melia hotels, a free two-day public transport card which you can top up if staying longer, plus other offers.
Stopover Hola Madrid.
9. Up to 70% Off for Family Travel
|The Expedition, a global family-travel community started in 2020, is now hosted/edited by Ryan Sager, formerly of The Wall Street Journal. The Expedition offers a booking platform for families with discounts on travel worldwide.
The Expedition has two membership tiers. Sign up for the Basic membership for $5 per month and get discounts on hotels and car rentals up to 20 percent below public pricing.
The Adventurer membership, at $499 a year, provides discounts of up to 70 percent on hotels and resorts, plus deals on car rentals and cruises. There may even be rewards points involved.
Members can book an unlimited number of trips, saving hundreds, even thousands, of dollars a year on travel.
Families have access to more than one million hotels and resorts, from budget chains to independent luxury resorts, all major cruise and car-rental companies, and activities. Weekly resort stays start at $199 per week.
The Expedition also provides exclusive content, a community of globetrotting families, events, and members-only discounts from brands that wish to reach its 6,500-plus members.
10. Sonesta French Quarter Fling
|The Royal Sonesta hotel, in the French Quarter of New Orleans, offers their French Quarter Fling package with nightly rates from $179 for a moderate guest room and free overnight valet parking for one vehicle. The offer is valid through Sep. 14, 2022.
The offer is based on availability and applies to new reservations. Rates do not include taxes. Children under age 17 stay free with an adult. Special event dates and groups are excluded.
Book the French Quarter Fling package with promo code FQF.
Sonesta also offers travel pass members a five percent discount off the best available rate. You can also save five percent when you plan ahead, and book seven days or more in advance.
Royal Sonesta French Quarter Fling or 504/586-0300.
11. Egypt with Three Day Nile Cruise
|Gate1 Travel offers a nine day classic Egypt tour with a three day Nile cruise from $2,499 per person, which includes airfare. The $2,499 price is good for the Dec. 5, 2022, departure. Departures priced at $2,599 are scheduled on Oct. 3, Nov. 14 and 21, and Dec. 12, 2022. To receive the discounted prices, you must book by June 9, 2022.
The escorted package includes:
- Roundtrip flights New York to Cairo, Cairo to New York
- Airline taxes and fuel surcharges
- Intra-flights Cairo to Aswan and Luxor to Cairo
- Seven nights accommodations: three nights in Cairo and one night in Aswan
- Three night Nile cruise on the Queen of Hansa
- Hotel taxes, fees and service charges
- Hotel and cruise porterage
- All transfers
- 15 meals: seven breakfasts, three lunches, five dinners
- Sightseeing in air-conditioned motor coach
- Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout
- Entrance fees per itinerary.
Highlights include visits to the Great Pyramid of Giza, Aswan High Dam, Temple of Philae, Greco-Roman Temple of Kom Ombo, Temple of Edfu, and the Temples of Karnak.
Expect three to four hours walking on some touring days and early starts. The pace is moderate. You will encounter uneven surfaces, stairs, steps and significant slopes. This trip includes transportation on motor coach, motorboat, and horse-drawn carriage, which require agility to embark and disembark.
12. Free Museums in Toronto
|Toronto Mayor John Tory proclaimed that Toronto History Museums will provide free general admission to all its 10 museums permanently.
The City, through Toronto History Museums, owns and operates 10 historic sites across Toronto that collect, research, exhibit and enhance the understanding of the city's diverse stories through engaging and exciting experiences.
The historic sites include Colborne Lodge, Fort York National Historic Site, Gibson House Museum, Mackenzie House, Market Gallery, Montgomery's Inn, Scarborough Museum, Spadina Museum, Todmorden Mills and Zion Schoolhouse.
Toronto History Museums.
13. Saranac Lodge Special Offers
|Saranac Waterfront Lodge, in the village of Saranac Lake, NY, offers a nature-connected design on the shores of Lake Flower's Pontiac Bay.
Saranac Waterfront Lodge rolls out several special offers to help guests save.
Pre-pay and Save - 25 percent off lakeside accommodations when you pre-pay. Your credit card is charged for your entire stay when you book. No refunds for early departure, cancellation, and no show. Cannot be combined with other offers and promotions. Not applicable toward group blocks.
Early Booking Bonus - save up to 20 percent if you book 14 or more days prior to your arrival. Sunday to Thursday nights stays are 20 percent. Friday and Saturday nights are 18 percent off. The discounts don’t apply to suites.
Within walking distance of downtown Saranac Lake, a few miles from Lake Placid and 20 miles from Tupper Lake, Saranac Waterfront Lodge offers a restorative wellness retreat or an adventure-packed getaway.
All 93 guestrooms are designed in an "Adirondack Modern" aesthetic. There are three waterside dining options, an indoor heated pool and hot tub, lakeside firepit, and full lake access by kayak, canoe or motorboat.
Saranac Waterfront Lodge's guest rooms average 335-square-feet in size. Suites feature separate living rooms and walk-out balconies overlooking the lake. The hotel is pet-friendly, welcoming dogs up to 50 lbs. for an added fee, a portion of which is donated to the Tri Lakes Humane Society.
Saranac Waterfront Lodge or 518/619-4000.
14. NCL Teacher Appreciation
|In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Norwegian Cruise Line’s Giving Joy recognition program provides educators with free cruises and a chance to win up to $25,000 for their schools.
The annual program highlights the connection between travel and education and recognizes teachers for their dedication to inspiring students. To date, 130 teachers across the U.S. and Canada received free cruises and and more $185,000 has been awarded to schools since 2019. This year, 100 teachers will win a cruise aboard NCL's Norwegian Prima, during the inaugural five-day sailing from Galveston, Texas Oct. 27 to 31, 2022.
The campaign runs from through June 3, 2022. NCL encourages nominations of certified or accredited teachers in the U.S. and Canada. The top 100 educators with the most votes will be one of the first to sail aboard Norwegian Prima from Texas in October. In addition, the top three grand prize winners will receive an additional seven-day voyage for two from the U.S. or Canada, and a $25,000, $15,000 and $10,000 donation respectively for their school.
Click here to nominate a teacher, vote or view the contest terms and conditions.
15. Swan Hellenic Arctic Season Sale
|Swan Hellenic’s new ship, SH Vega, will launch ahead of schedule in July, sailing the cruise line’s Arctic summer season.
Celebrating the ship’s maiden cruises, Swan Hellenic launches an Arctic Summer Season 2022 Sale with savings up to 70 percent off brochure fares for guests booking before June 20, 2022.
Solo adventurers haven't been forgotten, with the company waiving the single supplement.
Cruise fares start at $3,850 per person for the nine day Iceland itinerary, with itineraries ranging from nine to 20 days.
The roundtrip Reykjavik cruise, V19220810REYREY08, is priced at $3,850 per person based on double occupancy for the Aug. 10 to 18, 2022, sailing.
Swan Hellenic or 800/537-6777.
16. Amawaterways More to Love Sale
|AmaWaterways’ limited-time More to Love Sale packages your seven-day river cruise into one, all-inclusive fare from $5,499 per person, based on double occupancy.
You can protect your vacation plans with Travel Waiver Plus – included in the package price. This sale is available on select 2022 Europe river cruises reserved and deposited by June 30, 2022.
The More to Love package includes:
- French balcony stateroom (valued up to $5,298 per person)
- Economy roundtrip airfare from more than 20 major gateways
- Land package
- Roundtrip airport/ship transfers
- Port charges
- Travel Waiver Plus (valued at $175 per person)
- Choice from more than 20 small-group excursions
- Free wine and beer with lunch and dinner
- Sip & Sail cocktail hour every evening
- Fine dining in multiple venues including The Chef’s Table restaurant
- Free Wi-Fi throughout the ship.
The More to Love Sale package is available with the following modifications:
A seven-night river cruise in a French balcony, roundtrip airfare or land package, transfers, port charges and Travel Waiver Plus from $4,899 per person based on double occupancy
Or a seven-night river cruise in a French balcony, port charges and Travel Waiver Plus from $3,899 per person based on double occupancy.
Either modification must be reserved by June 30, 2022!
AmaWaterways River Cruises or 800/626-0126.
17. Avis Charged an Extra $4,228
|Travel Troubleshooter By Christopher Elliott
After Claudia Lockwood returns her rental to Avis, the company broadsides her with a $4,228 bill for 34 more days on the car. Can it do that?
Q: I rented a car recently from Avis and dropped it off at Tweed New Haven Airport after driving up from Washington, D.C.
The Avis counter was closed, so I called them and did the rental handover over the phone. A representative asked me for the number on the key. I asked if he needed anything else from me, and he said no.
I did not hear anything back from Avis for a few days, so I followed up again. Once again, a representative assured me that Avis had closed my reservation. After that, I followed up multiple times. I later learned that Avis closed my rental more than a month after I returned my car. Now, Avis has charged me $4,228 because it claims I kept the car for 34 days.
But that's impossible. I moved to Germany two weeks after renting the car. Also, the odometer from the rental closure invoice reads as if the vehicle has been sitting in the New Haven airport rental car lot this entire time.
I have submitted gas receipts showing I filled the tank in New Haven before returning the car. But the evidence doesn't seem to be enough for Avis. Can you help me? -- Claudia Lockwood, Berlin
A: Avis should have closed your rental as promised and not charged you an extra $4,228. But you returned your vehicle after hours, and unfortunately, that's asking for trouble. I've had so many cases where cars go missing or are mysteriously damaged after hours. And in almost every one of those cases, the car rental company assumes their customers are at fault, and charges them for it.
Your problem was no different. It looks like you did everything you could to return your vehicle on time. You made multiple calls to Avis. You checked on the return. And still, it charged you for another month.
Here's something I don't understand: If you're living overseas -- and can prove it -- then how can Avis continue to insist you were driving one of its cars? Where's the logic in that?
The only surefire way of keeping this from happening again is to return your car during normal hours. Then you'll get a receipt, which is written proof that the company closed your rental. If you have to return the car after hours, ask a representative to email you the relevant documents. And if you can't do that, then record the phone conversation (where legal) and note the name and extension of the representative.
Once it's gotten to this level, you have to escalate your case to someone higher up. I list the names, numbers and email addresses of the customer service managers at Avis on my nonprofit consumer advocacy site, Elliott.org.
I reached out to Avis on your behalf. It investigated your claim and found that you did not park the car in the Avis lot when you returned it. Avis eventually found the vehicle and closed the contract. You received a full refund.
Christopher Elliott's latest book is “How To Be The World’s Smartest Traveler.” Get help by contacting him here.
18. Save $5,529 w/Heritage Explorer Special
|Save up to $5,529 per person by taking a back-to-back sailing with Heritage Explorer. Heritage Explorer’s expedition ship, Heritage Adventurer, explores the remote corners of the Pacific, where larger ships can't go.
The savings apply on the back-to-back cruises of Discover the Secrets of Melanesia (departing Oct. 24, 2022) and Indonesian Explorer (departing Oct. 11, 2022) for 32 days of cruising. The cost of the cruise includes a $1,000 flight credit and 10 percent back-to-back saving.
The 17-day Discover the Secrets of Melanesia explores Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. While the 15-day Indonesian Explorer sails Raja Ampat to Papua New Guinea.
The promotion cannot be used with any other offers. The back-to-back offer includes one $1,000 flight credit per person and the $5,529 saving is based on a Heritage Suite cabin. Free domestic flights are group flights provided by Heritage Expeditions: Madang to Port Moresby on Indonesian Explorer and Port Moresby to Madang on Discover the Secrets of Melanesia.
19. Win a trip to Panama
|Stellar Partnership Marketing offers one winner a trip to Panama. The prize package includes a five-night, all-inclusive stay for two adults at Los Establos Boutique Inn, which sits on a 16 acre coffee farm in Boquete. You must enter the contest by June 3, 2022.
The prize includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner and all beverages (even adult ones) plus your choice of three local tours. Ground transportation from the airport in Panama to the resort is provided, and you’ll get $1,300 to help you get to Panama.
The contest is open to US residents 18 years or older (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, Rhode Island, and DC) who have a valid email address. No purchase or payment is necessary to enter or win. A purchase or payment of any kind will not increase your chances of winning.
Panama Sweepstakes contest.
20. Free Concerts San Francisco 2022
|Stern Grove is a San Francisco summer tradition. See performances in one of the most beautiful spots in the city for free. The season of free Sunday summer concerts runs June 12 to Aug. 14, 2022 and performances start at 2 p.m. Performers are subject to change without notice.
Stern Grove is a natural amphitheater surrounded by giant eucalyptus, redwood, and fir trees.
Admission to each concert is free to the public, but tickets must be acquired online in advance. At 2 p.m. 12 days prior to each event, an online portal opens through www.sterngrove.org to offer free passes on a first-come, first-served basis.
Most concerts this summer will be streamed live to reach as many music fans as possible. The live stream kicks off in conjunction with the concert starting at 2 p.m. via www.sterngrove.org.
It’s a good idea to be an early bird as seating at Stern Grove is general admission. All entrances open at noon on concert days. If you'd rather not sit on a blanket or low-profile lawn chair, there are picnic tables that can be reserved. Guests are welcome to bring their own food and beverages to enjoy.
On July 31, you can see the San Francisco Symphony for free during the Stern Grove Festival .
Stern Grove concerts.
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