Invasive TSA Pat Downs, New Southwest Standby, Delta Hawaii First Class


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Martini Review of the Week: 

It’s Saturday and it’s time for the Martini Review of the Week. Take a look at this week’s top news, deals, and reviews below.

Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines has removed the two-hour time restriction for Same-Day Standby meaning A-List and A-List Preferred Members may request to fly standby on the same day as their originally scheduled flight with no added fees.

News

Hyatt Olive 8 Suite

Hyatt has officially launched their new World of Hyatt program, which offers several new benefits so here’s a look at how the benefits compare between Hyatt Globalist vs. SPG Platinum status.

Deals

Picture Commentary

Martini Review Mai Tai

Find out more about Delta’s Mai Tai’s which are served up in Delta First Class Los Angeles-Hawaii (HNL), which is an upgrade eligible route for Delta Medallions as well.

Reviews

Drink of the Week:

  • Can of Heineken

Martini Review Beer

Please feel free to comment below with any questions or feedback on any of these posts! 

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