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Travel Tuesday: Book offers savings on Alaska adventures

By Daybreak Staff 9:34 AM April 8, 2014
ANCHORAGE –

Alaskans looking for a summer adventure don’t necessarily need to spring for a plane ticket south.

Travel guru Scott McMurren said the Great Alaskan Toursaver offers two-for-one deals on everything from flightseeing to bear viewing, glacier cruises and more. The coupon book includes more than 115 deals totaling about $20,000 in travel savings, McMurren said, and is in its sixteenth year of publication.

“We’ve got things in Katmai National Park, we’ve got things in Glacier Bay National Park, we’ve got it all over the state,” McMurren said. “The smart traveler — when their friends and relatives are making plans to up and visit — they get them to buy the book.”

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