| August 4, 2009 | 11:58am
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You know that during Miami Spice more than 100 restaurants have reduced fixed prices for lunch and dinner. You may not know clubs, spas, and even hotels have a special deal too.
It's called the "443," meaning that four people can get admission to a park, enjoy a dinner, or even spend the night at a hotel, for the price of three. (Get it? Four for three?)
Have a family? Take your significant other and two favorite children to the Miami Seaquarium, Miami Children's Museum, Parrot Jungle Island, or the Miami Metrozoo -- they are all participating in the deal
Want to start one? You and your loved one can spend four nights nestled in the privacy of a hotel room at the Fontainebleau, Mayfair Hotel and Spa, the Loews, or The Standard -- for the price of three nights.
Just looking for some fun? Then take your girls, boys, or dates to dinner at Azul or Tantra Restaurant and Lounge. After that, head on over to Mansion Nightclub for the Mansion Summer Special, in which -- you guessed it -- four guests can enter for the price of three.
Most of these deals go on until the end of September, but to make sure that the offer that you're vying for is still available, head over to the Miami Spice: Special Offers
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