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Prices in beach towns tend to spike around this summer holiday, but these destinations offer long weekend getaways, all for less than $50 per person per night. Talk about fireworks!

For many, the highlight of summer is the Fourth of July, when the whole country comes together to celebrate all that makes the United States great—plus fireworks, a day off work, excellent cookouts, and more. July 4th is also a great excuse to make a quick getaway, even if you’re on a budget.

These destinations offer TripAdvisor Rentals for the week of July 4th priced as low as $750 for a week in a two-bedroom. That breaks down to $27 per person, per night—a small price to pay for a July 4th your family will remember forever. Read on to find your perfect Independence Day escape:

#1: Hilo, Hawaii

Median weekly rate for a two-bedroom property over the Fourth of July: $750

Cost per person, per night (based on four-person occupancy): $27

If a trip to Hawaii is practically a universal bucket-list item, a trip with low-cost accommodations is an absolute dream.

#2: St. Augustine, Florida

Median weekly rate for a two-bedroom property over the Fourth of July: $995

Cost per person, per night (based on four-person occupancy): $36

Who could pass up the opportunity to celebrate our country’s legacy in one of its oldest cities?

#3: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Median weekly rate for a two-bedroom property over the Fourth of July: $1,032

Cost per person, per night (based on four-person occupancy): $37

Myrtle Beach sure knows how to host a good party, and its Fourth of July celebration must be a can’t-miss.

#4: Jersey Shore, New Jersey

Median weekly rate for a two-bedroom property over the Fourth of July: $1,325

Cost per person, per night (based on four-person occupancy): $47

Miles of well-loved coastline are yours to pick from, should you choose to watch fireworks from any of these storied beaches.

#5: Sanibel Island, Florida

Median weekly rate for a two-bedroom property over the Fourth of July: $1,350

Cost per person, per night (based on four-person occupancy): $48

Get on island time for the Fourth of July this year.

#6: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Median weekly rate for a two-bedroom property over the Fourth of July: $1,369

Cost per person, per night (based on four-person occupancy): $49

Kick back in Lowcountry heaven on this casual, family-friendly barrier island.

#7: Outer Banks, North Carolina

Median weekly rate for a two-bedroom property over the Fourth of July: $1,400

Cost per person, per night (based on four-person occupancy): $50

Love the Outer Banks already? Then you’ll really love it during this holiday, when everyone is out boating, barbecuing, and generally making the most of the spectacular July weather.

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