Found February 28, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
Ever wanted to get all pervy and go to the Dallas Cowboys cheerleader bikini calendar shoot with a group of buddies? LivingSocial.com, yes that site, is running a deal that can help you make that a reality. Originally priced at $16,000, Living Social is offering the perfect football man-cation for only $6,999 (for 2 people). You’ll need to be free April 7-10. Hate to break it to those of you wanting to buy this trip, the Final Four starts April 6. Still interested? At $7,000 you’ll get to be more than just a fan of the Cowboys cheerleaders. You’ll have a security detail following you and your drunk buddies around a Riviera Maya resort, protecting the girls from any danger the crew may possess. Details: With this once-in-a-lifetime package, you and a guest will be whisked away to Riviera Maya, Mexico, from April 7 to 10. There on the sunny shores of the Rivera Maya you’ll enjoy an all-inclusive three-night stay at a five-star hotel and a chance to watch the swimsuit fashion show featuring the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. You’ll also be able to mix and mingle with the cheerleaders at a meet-and-greet and enjoy a group dinner with staff and guests. Once you arrive back at DFW on April 10, you’ll have a lifetime of memories to share with friends and family. Mark your calendar, because this is one date you don’t want to miss. And someone has already purchased one of the spots on the trip. Look, if you’re a guy with piles of cash laying around and don’t care that you’re being ripped off by Living Social, go for it. $3,500 per person for three days in Riviera Maya is not a deal. Nope, not at all. As for the rest of us, go on CheapCaribbean.com and pay $2k (for 2 people) for seven days at a 3.5 star Riviera Maya resort where you’ll see topless women for days. (See below for a preview of what you’ll be missing just to stay home to watch the Final Four.) [Dallas Cowboys Bikini Calendar Shoot Vacation - LivingSocial.com] http://www.cheapcaribbean.com/ Filed under: Cheerleaders, Football
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