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Procrastinate much? Yeah, us, too. It’s literally hours before Labor Day weekend, but it’s not too late to nab an amazing place to swim and fire up the grill in the Hamptons. Act fast…

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Southampton, $2,000 per night

This sunny two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage also has a bonus one-bedroom, one-bathroom bungalow. But something tells us you’ll be spending most of your time drinking frosé in the picturesque backyard.

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Bridgehampton, $2,000 a night

The Topping Rose House—the swanky hotel with a restaurant run by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten—is renting out a few of its brand-new hotel rooms for Airbnb members to test. So if cooking and cleaning isn’t part of your plan, shack up in a spacious renovated room for two,complete with all the amenities you’d expect, including breakfast.

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Southampton, $742 a night

This cottage accommodates four people, is steps from the Noyack Bay and, best of all, comes with canoes. Just think of the time, energy and money you’ll save not trying to get into a weekend SoulCycle class.

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Sag Harbor, $3,000 a night

This clean-lined, modern home with a heated pool has room for up to 12 people, so rally the troops and have one last unforgettable weekend.

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Sag Harbor, $1,400 a Night

You’ll have to BYOB (bring your own boat) to this three-bedroom, two-bathroom getaway near Sag Harbor Village. But after kicking back in the hammock on the deck, we doubt you’ll feel like doing anything else for the rest of the weekend anyway.

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East Hampton, $1,000 a Night

City dwellers looking to get away from it all should look no further than this gorgeous four-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home surrounded by a 25-acre nature preserve. You’ll definitely see enough fireflies to tide you over until next summer.

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