The three islands comprising the U.S. Virgin Islands—St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix—are celebrating an important event in 2017, and it’s travelers who are going to benefit. March 31 is the 100th anniversary celebration of “Transfer Day,” when Denmark sold the islands to the United States for $25 million, and the three islands normally mark the holiday with parades. But since 2017 is the centennial year, the USVI have decided to do something more special: Give $300 to anyone who spends more than three consecutive nights visiting at least one of the islands during the calendar year. Considering that you can sometimes find flight deals from the east coast down to the USVI for as low as $300, you could essentially find yourself getting reimbursed for your transit.

However, the government isn’t just handing you cash when you arrive at the airport—instead, you’ll get a voucher of $300 toward your “Historical/Cultural Tours and Activities” that can be redeemed at your hotel. To take advantage of the rebate, check out the USVI’s tourism website, then book your trip through the page.

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