United Airlines wants to encourage everyone traveling over the holidays to learn how to check in using their ‘mobile device’. Anyone who owns an iPhone, Android or Blackberry can go paperless, receive their boarding pass on their mobile phone, and earn 1,000 bonus miles. This reminds me of the days (not very long ago) when […]
Google Chrome is giving everyone an early holiday gift. From November 20 until January 2nd Google will be sponsoring free Wifi connections on all Delta, Virgin America and Air Tran domestic flights through Gogo on-board internet services. This is the second year in a row that Google has given holiday travelers a gift of connectivity. […]
Here’s a great article by travel guru, Arthur Frommer, informing all you Disney lovers that you’ll soon be able to book Disney hotels on Priceline for the first time in history. Famous Walt Disney World Resort Hotels Will be Offered at Discount Prices Starting in Mid-November Yes, the economy is even hitting Disney hard and […]
For years vacationers from the United States could count on using their US dollars in Mexico without doing a currency exchange – no more! In an effort to thwart drug-related money laundering, the Mexican government has put a cap on the amount of US dollars foreigners and businesses can trade for Pesos (Mexican currency). Since […]
Treatments only $50 at premier spas. Everyone loves a bargain and everyone loves to be pampered. Spa Week brings it all together with featured treatments at celebrated spas across the country being offered at greatly reduced rates. Fashioned after the Restaurant Week concept, Spa Week (scheduled for October 11-17, 2010) features wonderful spa treatments for […]
It is still just the ‘big boys’ (legacy airlines) that offer emergency airfares. The low cost carriers like JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit etc simply do not offer these types of fares. I found it very surprising that while American, Continental, Delta and United all have ‘Compassion’ fare policies, US Airways does not. They are the only major US legacy airline that does not offer bereavement fares – shame on them!
Here is a breakdown of airlines that offer Bereavement, Compassion, or Emergency airfares, along with links for more information and phone numbers of where to call for tickets. NOTE: It is always necessary to secure these types of tickets by phone – they cannot be purchased on the airline’s websites.
Virgin America is beaming with pride today as the results of Conde Nast Traveler’s Annual Business Travel Poll are announced. Virgin America has been named the country’s Best Domestic Airline yet again by business travelers – three years and counting! To celebrate they’ve announced a great two day sale with fares from just $119 coast […]
Now here’s some good news that I hope other resort hotels will adopt! The Harrah’s group of hotels in Las Vegas have eliminated their resort fees. That means Planet Hollywood, Caesar’s Palace, Harrah’s, Paris, Rio Suites, The Flamingo, Bally’s, and the Imperial Palace have all stopped automatically charging a resort fee for every booking. So […]
Orlando Florida is inviting you for “Magical Dining” in September with set price menus all month long at many of Orlando’s best restaurants. What better reason do you need to wonder outside of the theme parks and have dinner in a local Orlando restaurant? Three course dinners are $30 per person at participating restaurants. See […]
Thanks to an initiative coordinated by Smithsonian Magazine, thousands of museums across the United States will open their doors to visitors free of charge on September 25, 2010. The Smithsonian wants you to ‘take your brain on a fieldtrip’ and enjoy a day meandering through a museum near you. Let’s face it we all have […]