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Vacation values
Before, during or after the holidays, a vacation trip is the gift for your family, partner and yourself.
From November through march think Bermuda with its perfect weather ideal for beach walks, bike rides, endless strolling and, of course, GOLF. Call your travel agent or 1-800-BERMUDA.
Or, enjoy a dream vacation at the Scottsdale Princess, an AAA Five Diamond, full-service resort in scenic Scottsdale, Arizona. Each large, attractive room has a private terrace or balcony with magnificent views. The resort includes a luxurious spa and fitness center, Turkish Steam baths, saunas and more. Two 18-hole TPC golf courses, seven tennis courts, three heated swimming pools, an indoor basketball court, award-winning restaurants and more comprise this grand resort. If that's not enough, stay at least three nights and receive a free rental car. Call your travel agent for reservations or 1-800-223 1818.

Shop in Bermuda (left) or luxuriate at Arizona's Scottsdale Princess (right) 

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The freedom of flexibility
Sure, you could give cash or write a check, but that hardly leaves a lasting impression. American Express­® Gift Cheques are an elegant solution. Available in denominations of $25, $50 and $100, the checks may be used to purchase practically anything, virtually anywhere. Available at major banks, credit unions, savings and loans, AAA offices and all domestic American Express travel centers.

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