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Celebrate New Year’s Eve Twice With This Luxury Travel Offer

By Sharelle Burt

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Tired of celebrating New Year’s in your hometown or Times Square? Time to broaden your horizons.

 

How about Tokyo or Las Vegas? Luxury airline Crystal AirCruises has an exclusive offer on a New Year’s Eve package seen only in your dreams. Get your midnight kiss from bae twice with the New Year Double Countdown Celebration, the offer that gives guests the opportunity to enjoy New Year’s Eve twice, in two cities on opposite sides of the world. How is it done? Passengers fly from Tokyo to Las Vegas, crossing the International Date Line, which essentially “turns back time” by 24 hours. Impressive.

 

The price definitely unbelievable. Get ready to crack your piggy banks open or start a GoFundMe page because the package costs $26,000 per person. Yes, per person, but it does come with some cool perks. To start off, guests get to stay at the Hilton Toyko Odaiba, where they will enjoy an exclusive dinner party, including fireworks over Tokyo Disneyland, watch sumo wrestling, and enjoy the hotel’s many amenities and explore the city.

 

Next, they fly to Las Vegas, where you can say ‘Happy New Year’ twice, thanks to the new time zone. In Vegas, guests party at the Omnia Nightclub New Year’s Eve celebration at the famous Caesar’s Palace jamming to the tunes of your favorite DJ, Calvin Harris. If that’s not your speed, no problem. Just take advantage of the other entertainment and nightlife Las Vegas has to offer.

 

Jetlag will probably get the best of you, but that’s not going to be a problem with this airline. You’ll be able to get plenty of R&R since the Crystal Skye aircraft, a massive Boeing 777, has 180-degree lie-flat beds and noise-canceling headphones. With Wi-Fi, a bar and an in-flight chef, you should be well-rested and ready to get back to your everyday lives.

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