Mackinac Island Offers Gift Certificates Perfect For Summer Vacations

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The Mackinac Island Tourism Bureau is offering gift certificates perfect for holiday gifts. There are many specials on hotels, restaurants, and gift shops during the Island's in-season.

"The “Specials” page means people are just one click away from giving extraordinary holiday mementos that will long be remembered."

Members of The Mackinac Island Tourism Bureau are offering gift certificates redeemable for future vacations. These gift certificates are a great way to give the gift that keeps on giving.

Among the specials and gift certificates available are room rate discounts at various family-owned Island hotels. The promotional pricing ranges from $25 to $100 off items at boutique shops, restaurants, and nightspots. Some venues offer bonus cards or points redeemable for 15 to 50 percent discounts on select items. Gift certificates and specials are listed on the Island's website.

"Our members are delighted to offer holiday gift certificates and specials," said Tim Hygh, executive director of Mackinac Island Tourism. "The “Specials” page means people are just one click away from giving extraordinary holiday mementos that will long be remembered." Most Gift certificates or coupons with holiday pricing must be redeemed during the Island's regular season. Selections come from various boutiques, hotels, carriage rides, food emporiums and entertainment venues to name a few.

The 3.8 square mile Island, located between Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas, is renowned for its automobile ban leaving horse-drawn carriages, bicycles and foot powers as the main means of transportation.

Visitors can call the bureau at 906-847-3783 or visit http://www.mackinacisland.org for more information on the gift certificates and holiday-related offers.

Known as the Jewel of the Great Lakes, Mackinac Island is a quaint, genteel resort town that's a taste of America in the 1890s, yet offers nearly all the amenities of today's era. The Mackinac Island Tourism Bureau coordinates and promotes events at this novel escape from modern stress renowned for its Victorian-era hotels, 19th century village charm and homemade fudge

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