Delta Vacations (tel. 800/800-1504; sends you to Scottsdale in May, from $600 for airfare and three nights' hotel.

The Montelucia Resort and Spa is at the foothills of Camelback Mountain. Hang out by one of three pools, or book guided hikes or horseback rides.

Why is this a deal? Round-trip Delta flights from Los Angeles to Phoenix start at $128 per person for a mid-week May departure. If you were to book a deluxe resort-view room, three nights come to $1,231 with taxes and resort fee, or $615.50 per person. Booking airfare and hotel separately would cost you $743.50 per person. This package saves you $143.50 per person.

Trip Type: Air-inclusive; independent

What the Quoted Price Gets You: Round-trip airfare between Los Angeles and Phoenix; three nights in a deluxe resort-view room at the Montelucia Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, fuel surcharges, and all government and hotel taxes/fees (including $24 per day daily resort fee).

What Else You Will Have to Pay: Transfers

Book By:

March 17

When: Monday-Wednesday departures May 7-19 (May 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16)

Single Supplement: $462

Other Departures: Salt Lake City (from $730); Minneapolis (from $770); New York-JFK (from $802); Atlanta (from $812)

Other Details: The promotion itself is valid through July 31, but prices will fluctuate accordingly. You also receive 250 bonus miles per person, in addition to credited mile flights.

All prices are per person and, if lodging is a component of the package, based upon two people traveling together (unless otherwise noted). The prices listed are general starting rates; see "What Else You'll Have to Pay" for details about associated taxes and fees. Base-prices, taxes, and fees can vary based on point of departure and time of travel. Blackout dates may apply. Trip add-ons like sightseeing tours and meal plans may also increase the price. Check with the tour operator for additional gateways. The single supplement is the extra cost that a solo traveler would pay to book the deal.