Beaches and Sandals resorts are having a huge sale right now and we’ve got all the details

Book by June 9 for stays through January 2025.
aerial view of Sandals Montego Bay
(Photo: Sandals)

A Beaches or Sandals all-inclusive resort stay is a pretty special experience (I went to Beaches last year with my sisters and had a forever-memories great time), but with so much built into the price (everything from airport transfers to an incredible array of very good dining options, water sports, tons of activities, kids clubs, water parks, nightly entertainment, classes, and more), it’s not the least expensive of all-inclusive resorts.

Sandals and Beaches don’t fall in that out-of-reach-for-most ultra-luxury category, but because the nightly price is per person, the total can add up quickly, even though in terms of value for money, it’s an absolute steal. 

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Which is why whenever there’s a Beaches sale, I flag it for you. Unlike some all-inclusive resorts that always seem to be having sales, Beaches runs sales only a few times a year. And if you can time your booking for these windows, you can get a really good deal.

The current sale is for both Sandals and Beaches resorts in Jamaica. (Sandals specializes in blissfully relaxing all-inclusives for couples; and Beaches is more family oriented, though also popular with couples and groups.)

Rates start at $199 per night per person, and include some great perks like resort credits (good for spa treatments and other paid options) and free catamaran cruises. Book by June 9 for stays through January 31, 2025. 

Here are more details:

  • Sandals on Sale: The sale is good across Sandals’ seven Jamaica resorts, including its newest property Sandals Dunn’s River (which sounds so dreamy, with suites that have glass-panel-edge infinity pools and private open-air rooftop decks). Sale rates start at $199 per person, per night. Stay longer for more perks: five nights or longer gets you that free catamaran cruise and seven nights or longer adds on a $250 resort fee. 
  • Beaches on Sale: Beaches has two resorts in Jamaica: Beaches Negril and Ocho Rios, and sale rates at both start at $249 per person per night. As at Sandals, longer stays yield additional benefits: five nights or longer tacks on a free catamaran cruise, and seven nights or longer earns you a $250 resort fee. 

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Christine Sarkis
A traveling parent and longtime travel writer and editor, Christine Sarkis is the co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of FamilyVacationist. She is the former Executive Editor for TripAdvisor travel magazine, she has spent nearly two decades finding and sharing the best places to go with an audience of enthusiastic travelers. Her stories have appeared on USA Today, Conde Nast Traveler, Huffington Post, and Business Insider. Her expert advice has been quoted in dozens of print and online publications including The New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, and People magazine. She has also shared travel tips on television and radio shows including Good Morning America, Marketplace, Here & Now, Life Kit, and California Now. Her stories have been published in the anthologies Spain from a Backpack and The Best Women's Travel Writing 2008, and she is working on a travel memoir. Christine and her husband first met in Paris, and travel remains a big part of their shared experience. With their two kids in tow, they have piloted a barge down canals in France, befriended llamas in Peru, tended olive trees in Italy, and gone snorkeling with sea turtles in Hawaii. The family lives in California and loves traveling around the state. Their California favorites include Yosemite National Park, Point Reyes National Seashore, and the West Shore of Lake Tahoe.