Today, March 2, 2018, Southwest Airlines fares from Philadelphia to Las Vegas have moved lower. The bulk of the lower fares are in April and May but some go into June. Southwest Airlines fares usually move in multiple markets, so check your departure city.
Most people know about the Miles and Points world, but many think it’s too complicated or time consuming to enter. It doesn’t have to be. You’ve got to start somewhere with any endeavor that is worthwhile.
Southwest Airlines is generally, still the best airline to fly if you’re looking for reasonably priced and convenient domestic flights, but since they upgraded their reservation system in May, it is more difficult to find deals and those that you do find, may be for flights with bad connections or at odd times. Low fares can disappear quickly, in a matter of days, or even hours.
Imagine brightly coloured coral, manta rays, green sea turtles and hosts of tropical fish. This is what it’s like to snorkel in the Mexican Caribbean!
Our desire is to profile a selection of the cheapest Hyatt Mexico Hotels. For those disinterested in Miles+Points (is that possible?) these properties provide consistent quality backed by the global standards of Hyatt Corporation. We provide links to the official Hyatt pages for booking, as well as for booking with Hotels.com Mexico that provides a very simple awards program ( Hotels.com rewards – Collect 10 nights, get 1 free* ) for those that don’t care to focus on a specific hotel loyalty program.
In this month’s episode of Instagram Travelspiration we are looking at some of the top travel couples that are sure to make even the most loved up twosome feel jealous! We are talking about the most adventurous globe trotting partnerships out there.
Welcome to the Miles, Points and Travel Hacks Weekly Round-Up for the week of October 31st. Each week we sift through all of the posts, blogs, PR, hyperbole and rumors, boil it down and share the best stuff with you. A very busy week in the world of Miles, Points and Travel Hacks. Halloween wasn’t even the weirdest day of the week. So, let’s get going.
Previously, I covered the steps that led me to consider my first cruise and the education I received trying to navigate my way through the complex process of booking a cruise without destroying my wallet. Cruise Hacking has proved to be a whole new animal with some elements of Airline and Hotel Hacking, but with a whole new vocabulary to learn. In this last installment, I’ll cover my lively and informative phone conversations with NCL’s customer service agents, the details and lessons learned, and how I finally booked and paid for my first cruise, ever.
Previous articles in this series covered the following topics in the “General Information about X” (where “X” is the country/ies
Previously, I had gotten as far as the Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL) website where I was met by some really