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Some people might be surprised to learn how cheap the Alaska vacation packages offered in the state can be.

They’re about the size of the average U.S. home and range from $400 to $800 per person.

Alaska is home to some of the highest rates of obesity and diabetes in the country, and many of the residents have chosen to live in a more traditional lifestyle, rather than living in the modern conveniences of the city.

The state is also known for its harsh winters and the low snowfall.

But the annual average for an Alaskian to spend at least six days in a state park or beach resort in the winter is $100, compared with an average of $175 in the United States.

Some people may be surprised by the price, said Jeffery Tisdale, the president of the Alaska Division of Tourism, which oversees the state’s tourism industry.

The average price of a four-night resort stay in Anchorage is $2,500, and the average price for a five-night stay in the town is $1,000, Tisdales said.

“The prices are just too good to be true,” he said.

The state also has a high cost of living.

To top it off, many residents of the state have been paying taxes that many say are too high.

State and federal officials are studying the costs and benefits of setting aside some money to cover the state, said Sarah Prentice, the director of the division of tourism.

If the state were to offer a cheaper rate for residents who live in resorts and spend more time outdoors, she said, the state could attract more visitors and generate more revenue.

“It’s going to help our economy and make our economy more robust and more attractive to new business and tourism,” she said.