The Best of the Rest for Saturday includes American Airlines taking over the LAX-MEX route from Alaska, free $5 on iTunes, and more details on the disturbing soda can incident. Read more….
This Frontier sale seems much broader than some of the previous sales. Most cities have half a dozen choices and most fares run through August. Great deals from Washington DC, New York, Philadelphia, and more.
Today’s Daily Getaway features discounts on Loews Hotels across the US. They cover major metro markets like New York, Chicago and Boston as well as a few properties in the sun like Miami, Santa Monica and Coronado. Week 3 has some solid offers for folks, likely the first that will have widespread interest from various types of travelers. In case you’re not familiar, Daily Getaways are daily deals sponsored by the US Travel Association. Some are better than others, so you need to think about whether you can take full advantage […]
The first two weeks of Daily Getaways are in the books. You can see my reviews of Week 1 here. Look here for the Week 2 write-ups. While some of these offers have sold out, there’s a handful still available that may be of interest. Week 3 has some solid offers for folks, likely the first that will have widespread interest from various types of travelers. In case you’re not familiar, Daily Getaways are daily deals sponsored by the US Travel Association. Some are better than others, so you need […]
1,000 Free Club Carlson points, easy to get. Delta seems to be tweaking award availability, with many routes now able to be booked with saver inventory less than 21 days prior to departure. Two new Starwood Preferred Guest properties in popular markets, Miami and Las Vegas. Alaska Airlines is offering double and triple miles on Emirates flights. A review of a Hyatt property in California that’s still on my list to visit. United Airlines reorganizing management. One can only hope it leads to improvements in…anything. The post Free Club […]
For those unaware, CLEAR was a program that pre-dated TSA PreCheck and allowed for a “skip the line pass”. You still needed to go through traditional security screening, but you were pushed to the front of the line. It started 2005-ish and perished about 4 years later. It was purchased out of bankruptcy and restarted, though with significantly less airports than before. I was lucky enough to purchase a renewal for my wife and I just a month or so before they declared bankruptcy. The company that bought their assets out […]
Regardless of whether you celebrate Christmas or not, if you have school-aged kids, the end of December is likely a target on your calendar for a possible trip somewhere, whether it’s to get to warmer weather, play in the snow or visit family. I got a bit behind in my planning this year. I’m planning a trip to Disney this fall for our family and two others, and just got done with a whirlwind of summer travel. Add in surgery that still severely limits my keyboard time and I didn’t […]
A great fare sale to Europe that includes the Christmas travel season, Starwood corrects their mistakes, Southwest rolls out mobile boarding passes about 10 years too late. Oh, and have you ever bought an airline ticket to ride on a bus?