TweetSummer hasn’t called it quits yet, so there’s still time to get outside and enjoy a last minute adventure. This Sunday is the National Park Service’s birthday and entrance to national parks will be free of charge. While some national parks are always free to the public, the 100+ parks that normally charge an entrance [...]
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TweetUnlike most Platinum Club members, I gained my miles and status from the ground. For example, several years ago, I took my wife on a once in a lifetime trip to New Zealand and Australia. We flew first class to Australia, stayed in an upgraded luxury hotel suite overlooking the Sydney Opera House. We used [...]
TweetAs we find ourselves smack-dab in the middle of summer and at the height of vacation season, searching for great deals on any travel accommodations will only become tougher as the dog days of summer rapidly approach. Often one of the more frustrating aspects of travel planning, rental cars and the means by which you [...]
TweetFor those of you who read “Do More, Spend Less”, you may remember a section on saving yourself time and frustrations at the airport by signing up for TSA PreCheck. Inspired by Brad’s testimony on the awesome feeling of skipping that horrible TSA line, I decided to sign up for the program myself. Here’s my [...]
TweetAs part of National Park Week, all U.S. national parks are waiving entrance fees from 4/22 through 4/26, giving visitors an opportunity to explore everywhere from Yellowstone National Park to Everglades National Park free of charge. With 401 national parks and at least one in every state, you don’t have to travel far to experience [...]
TweetWhenever British Airways offers 50,000 Avios for signing up for their Chase Visa, we get pretty excited about it. It is hands down one of the best credit card incentives around, especially if you love to travel. However, we see a lot of questions, and sometimes frustration, from fans trying to book flights. Now that [...]
TweetThe holiday parties and family get-togethers haven’t even begun and all you can think about is getting away (trust us, you’re not the only one). Normally, you would probably just sigh at the thought of traveling because your wallet is still recovering from holiday shopping damage. Well perk up, because Megabus, a city-to-city express bus [...]
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Fly First Class to Hawaii for $285! (or How the European Banking Crisis Will Pay For Your Vacation!)Monday, August 27th, 2012
What if I told you that you could buy miles from Iceland Airlines for super cheap (as low as $285) because their currency has collapsed and you could use those miles to book a roundtrip First Class flight to Hawaii via non other than Alaska Airlines. Would you believe me? You should.
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