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Fairmont Le Château Montebello in Quebec. (Fairmont Le Château Montebello website)

Fairmont Le Château Montebello in Quebec.

(Fairmont Le Château Montebello website)

Tee off in Quebec for less Add to ...

Hook, slice and save

The buy: Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello in Quebec expects to open its historic golf course during the first week of May with a golf package starting at $199 a night including golf for two.

The savings: Green fees can be as high as $82 a person so the accommodation portion of this package is as little as $35.

The catch: The package is available only Sunday to Thursday in May and Sundays only in June, July and August.

Why it's worth it: The relatively mild winter has left Fairmont Le Chateau Monte-bello's golf course, designed by Stanley Thompson, in excellent shape and primed for the start of the golf season.

Book it: For more information, call 1-800-441-1414 or visit fairmont.com/montebello.

Jays' spring fling

The buy: Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa, the newest AAA Four Diamond beachfront resort on Florida's Gulf Coast, has a special rate for Toronto Blue Jay fans who are catching the team during spring training.

The savings: 20 per cent off the best available rate.

The catch: Spring training and this deal end April 3.

Why it's worth it: Each of the 250 rooms come with fully equipped kitchens and balconies or rooftop terraces, and the property has convenient access to the Blue Jays' spring training site, Grant Park in Dunedin, via the city of Clearwater Beach's Jolley Trolley service.

Book it: Visit clearwaterbeach.hyatt.com or call 1-800-233-1234 and reference special offer code LOEVR.

Go wild in Zambia

The buy: Wildland Adventures is offering a last-minute six-night safari to Zambia for $2,995 (U.S.) a person with no single supplement.

The savings: More than $1,000 a person.

The catch: You have to travel before the end of March.

Why it's worth it: The safari includes all internal flights within Zambia, guided walks through the Luangwa Valley, a canoe ride down the Zambezi River and game drives in 4x4 vehicles. Four nights are spent at Mfuwe Lodge in South Luangwa National Park, which is known for its game viewing. Two nights are spent at the Sindabezi Island Camp on its own private island on the Zambezi River just above Victoria Falls.

Book it: Visit wildland.com.

Single-parent specials

The buy: Beaches Resorts in Jamaica and Turks & Caicos are bringing back Single Parent Fun months.

The savings: The single supplement of up to $220 a night is waived.

The catch: You must book a minimum three-night stay and travel May 1 to 24 or from Sept. 4 to Oct. 31.

Why it's worth it: Among the events for SPF Months are Beaches Caribbean Adventure with Sesame Street parades, video game and floating movie nights, beach bonfires and Olympics.

Book it: Call 1-800-545-8283 or visit beaches.com.

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