Room Rates Get Slashed During VIP Sale at Big Bear

May 18, 2015 @ 10:00 am America/Los Angeles Timezone
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Subscribers of BigBear.come-newsletter and fans of Facebook/visitbigbear are in for quite a treat when Big Bear Visitors Bureau launches its 48-hour flash sale that offers 35 percent off lodging accommodations with a two-night minimum for the 2015 summer season with minimal blackout dates. This exclusive offer of 35 percent off is good for Big Bear’s e-newsletter subscribers and Facebook fans for the first 24 hours of the 48-hour sale.

‘Lockdown your rates now for a fun vacation in Big Bear Lake,’ said Big Bear Visitors Bureau Director of Operations Rebecca Hrabia. ‘All you need to do is sign up for our email blasts or our Facebook page. If you’re already signed up then you’re all set.’

After the first 24 hours of the sale, it then opens to the public with discounted room rates at 25 percent off for the remaining 24 hours. Big Bear’s VIP Summer Lodging Special Offer includes weekends, and the only blackout dates are 4th of July weekend (July 2 – July 4, 2015).

‘We want to show our email subscribers and Facebook fans we care,’ said Big Bear Visitors Bureau Director of Visitor Information Services Monique Rangel. ‘Instead of offering just one weekend special, we’ve opened up lodging discounts for the entire summer season! Sign up now to get Big Bear’s exclusive VIP treatment!’

The exclusive 48-hour sale offers the most diverse selection of lodging inventory to choose from including private home vacation rentals, resort lodges and rustic cabins. It also gives guests a wide date range to choose from this coming summer season. Big Bear’s VIP Summer Lodging Special Offer begins Monday, May 18 at 10 a.m. and ends Wednesday, May 20 at 10 a.m. The discounted room rates of 35 and 25 percent, for the sale, are available only for arrivals May 22, 2015 through September 7, 2015.

Whether it’s a daytrip, weekend getaway or a weeklong vacation, Big Bear Lake is a cool spot that averages 77 degrees for daytime summer temperatures. At 7000′, the mountain resort is naturally 15 to 20 degrees cooler than most inland valleys and desert communities and on average 20 to 30 degrees cooler than Las Vegas, Nev. and Phoenix, Ariz. When temperatures shatter records this summer, folks will find relief from the summer sizzle in Big Bear Lake.

Big Bear Lake is loaded with a plethora of aquatic recreation opportunities for all ages and all skill levels such as water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, flyboarding, fishing, kayaking and boating. The shoreline is ideal for sunbathing and lakeside picnics. Backcountry activities like hiking, off-roading, mountain biking and horseback riding are shaded by lush evergreens and oaks. Many come for the tranquility and peaceful calm of the alpine environment, which acts as a natural air conditioner during the summertime.

Big Bear event coordinators take pride in open air events, because they know revelers want fun-filled events in the sun without the hot weather. Some of the keynote events this summer include, the annual Music in the Mountains, Old Miners Days, Antique Auto Show Fun Run, Village Wine Walk, and Art on The Lake.

Big Bear’s VIP Summer Lodging Special Offer is a one-time 48-hour sale that is available online at Monday, May 18 at 10 a.m. to Wednesday, May 20 at 10 a.m. or by phone at 800-424-4232. The Summer Lodging Special requires a two-night minimum stay and is available at participating accommodations only. There is limited availability, blackout dates and other restrictions may apply, and it cannot be used with any other specials or promotions.

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