Save 75% with Spirit’s “Let Them Wear Leggings” Sale!

Save 75% with Spirit’s “Let Them Wear Leggings” Sale!

Spirit 75% Off Sale Low cost carrier Spirit Airlines is taking a jab at United with a timely sale named “Let Them Wear Leggings”. The Offer Use Promo Code “75PCT” To Save On Your Next Flight Need to Know 75% Off flight-only bookings or the flight portion of vacation packages Travel: 4/4/17 – 6/14/17 (Tuesdays & Wednesdays) Enter 75PCT (all caps, no spaces) in the Promotion Code box on the home page Most routes are included,…

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Analyzing the True Value of the Hilton Amex 100K & 80K Offers & Which One Should You Choose If Any?

Analyzing the True Value of the Hilton Amex 100K & 80K Offers & Which One Should You Choose If Any?

Hilton Amex Offers Compared Yesterday American Express released two new “best ever” bonus offers on their co-branded Hilton Honors credit cards. Danny covered the basics of the new 80K & 100K + free night offers yesterday, but I thought I would go into a bit more depth to look at the true value and to determine if either is worth considering. Let’s take a look. Note: I am analyzing the bonus values in this post. For…

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Deal Roundup: $100 Postmates Credit, Extra 6% Off at CardCash, 50% Off Uber, eBay Bucks & Discount, BoaA Moneymaker & More

Deal Roundup: $100 Postmates Credit, Extra 6% Off at CardCash, 50% Off Uber, eBay Bucks & Discount, BoaA Moneymaker & More

Here’s a round up of deals that I came across over the last few days that many of you might find valuable. It’s been a while since the last roundup, so the list is a bit longer than usual. Get $100 Free Postmates Delivery Credits. Credit will only apply to delivery fees, so you won’t get a discount on the food. Still a good way to try out Postmates. CardCash, Save an extra 6% on CVS,…

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WOW Air Adds New Route, Fly From Midwest to Europe For $99

WOW Air Adds New Route, Fly From Midwest to Europe For $99

WOW Air Expands to Midwest WOW Air, the Icelandic budget airline, has been rapidly expanding in the United States. They offer sub-$100 fares to Europe one way, sub-$200 return flights. Now they have added one more US destination in the Midwest. USA Today reports that WOW is set to begin flying from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on July 13. They will fly four weekly flights, one round trip each Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, to…

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Travel Hacking Towards Better Travel: My Upcoming $8K Retail Value Trip That Isn’t “Free”

Travel Hacking Towards Better Travel: My Upcoming $8K Retail Value Trip That Isn’t “Free”

Travel Hacking Towards Better Travel One of the coolest things about this “game”, “hobby” or whatever you want to call it is being able to string together trips for a lot less money than they would cost otherwise. You can often stay places and get experiences you wouldn’t otherwise. I have one such trip coming up with my family that I thought would be worth sharing. Booking it combined a number of different strategies that both…

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Buying Into China: American Airlines Buys Stake in Country’s Busiest Airline

Buying Into China: American Airlines Buys Stake in Country’s Busiest Airline

American Airlines China Southern Partnership The airline industry is anything but stagnant with new partnerships emerging all of the time. Yesterday we covered Cathay Pacific & Lufthansa’s new codeshare partnership which was the first of its kind for the airlines. Today, American Airlines and China Southern have news of their own. According to the BBC, American Airlines is buying $200M worth of shares in SkyTeam airline China Southern. (American is in the Oneworld Alliance.) This…

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The Conquest Of Tarifa, Spain

The Conquest Of Tarifa, Spain

In the year 711, Tariq Ibn Ziyad — a Berber general — landed near the southern tip of Spain with 7,000 men, at the burning edge of the wildfire that was the Arab Empire — the House of Islam. In just a few years they were to conquer almost all of Spain, bringing much of the Iberian peninsula under Arab and Islamic rule for the next seven centuries and leading to the establishment of a…

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Granada On Haphazard Guitar Strings

Granada On Haphazard Guitar Strings

A night out on the town in Granada, Nicaragua, with a Canadian, a Rastafarian painter, and an ex-revolutionary. Does it get any better than this?   España was beautiful, young, Argentinean, and when she came up to talk to me on a bus heading towards the Costa Rican-Nicaraguan border to ask if I knew of any cheap lodging places in Granada, her destination as well as mine, I tore out my Lonely Planet “Central America…

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Alive And Well In Prague: A Case Study Of Ex-Patriotism

Alive And Well In Prague: A Case Study Of Ex-Patriotism

When asked why they choose to leave their native soil, I’ve heard plenty of ex-patriots answer with tales of youthful days spent eagerly turning the pages of a National Geographic and dreaming. My own youthfully intrepid mind used to consistently conjure up vivid images standing on a boat’s bow peering out into an infinite sea. (My interest in National Geographic set in with puberty.) I doubt many children dream of traveling to far off places…

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Eating Your Way Through London

Eating Your Way Through London

London may be a notoriously difficult city to find good food, but don’t despair foodies: an insider’s guide to the best eats in town. Ah, the good ole English drinking tea, riding the tube and gaining their incredible wit from the awful weather. An English friend of mine once said to me, “You need to always be prepared to experience four seasons in one day.” As an island, the climate is far from tropical, bringing…

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