While I don’t have any personal experience, I hear that traveling with young children can be difficult, and at a minimum, requires a great deal of advance planning. But no matter how much planning you do, there’s not much you can do when babies cry. In advance of Mother’s Day, JetBlue released a cute video highlighting a promotion that ran on a recent flight from New York to Long Beach. During the flight, for each baby that cried, passengers received a 25% discount on an upcoming flight. In other words, four babies crying equals free flights for all.
Take advantage of the Chipotle deal – eat on the cheap and earn lots of points!
Within the luxury bespoke tour industry, it appears the the latest offerings from hotel groups like Four Seasons and Aman Resorts are picking up steam, evidenced by the fact that they are consistently selling out. Four Seasons just released its three 2017 itineraries and one of them in particular, the “Culinary Discoveries” tour, caught my attention. This particular tour was put together in conjunction with Noma, consistently ranked as one of the top restaurants in the world, and pretty much includes everything I could ever want in a trip. In other words, this would be my ultimate dream foodie vacation.
For Silicon Valley Alaska Airlines frequent flyers, right now there aren’t really any good options when traveling to Orange County or San Diego. Starting June 8, 2016, that will change as Alaska Airlines begins 3x daily non-stop service to both destinations from San Jose.
The Golden State Warriors vs. Miami Heat game on January 11th, 2016 features a giveaway to the first 12,000 fans of a 50% voucher off a future Alaska Airlines flight between April 21, 2016 to June 15, 2016.
The hottest First Class product in the market today is probably the Etihad Apartments, which are currently only available on flights serviced by the Airbus A380. And those routes are limited currently to London and Sydney, with A380 service to New York commencing on November 23rd.The Etihad A380 features 9 First Class Apartments, along with 70 of it’s flat-bed Business Class Studio seats. And the best news? Award space on the A380 is WIDE OPEN!