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The all inclusive packages that I was offered by Oscar on 1(800) 345 7439 & 1 800 345 7439 were for the following destination in Mexico, plus accommodation in Orlando: Cancun, Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas. I checked out some customer review for Vacation Members and all evidence points to the all inclusive packages being genuine and great value for money. Only one couple in the reviews that I read complained about having to pay extra for a third child because the package includes only 2 kids under 12 free – which actually seems reasonable to me when you see how cheap the deal is.
In a nutshell, if you want a cheap vacation package to Mexico, answer the call from 1(800) 345 7439 & 1 800 345 7439, or go to their website on VacationMembers.com.