Imagine. You’ve spent the last two years carefully planning, envisioning, and executing on the perfect 3-week winter vacation in Italy over Christmas, and you can hardly believe that it’s going to cost you practically nothing.
You’ll stay in world-class hotels with antique furniture in the rooms (that you’re not allowed to sit on), priceless artwork and balcony views of Venetian waterways. The regular price to stay in a place like that runs up over $50,000—more than many Americans make in a given year.
But for you?
Zip. Zero. Zilch.
Sound like your kind of vacation?