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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 has confirmed that we can expect to see service begin to Hawaii before the end of 2018. The four cities in Hawaii which the airline will serve are Honolulu, HI (Oahu); Kahului, HI (Maui); Kona, HI (Island of Hawaii); and Lihue, HI (Kauai). See the latest Southwest Airlines Hawaii Update; Plans to Sell Flights Soon.
- Southwest Airlines Hawaii Update; Plans to Sell Flights Soon
- Amex Transfer Partner Fees and How to Avoid
- Why One Airline Pushes Back Planes at a 45 Degree Angle
- Warning Before Booking United Basic Economy
- Comparison of International Delta One Cabins
- Alaska Makes Change To Price Guarantee
- Priority Pass Adds Another New Restaurant!
- Dead Fetus Found Onboard American Airlines Jet at LaGuardia
- American Express Adds New Airline Transfer Partner
- Business Platinum Benefits
American Express Membership Rewards can be transferred to many hotel and airline partners. When transferring Membership Rewards points to U.S. airline frequent flyer programs however, you’re subjected to an “Excise Tax Offset Fee”, In order to avoid this fee with American Express, you’d need to transfer to a foreign carrier. See the full details: Amex Transfer Partner Fees and How to Avoid
- Starbucks Boardwalk Game Chance For Free Drinks For 10 Yrs!
- Big IHG 100,000 Point Offer
- $5 Off Lyft Ride Code
- UberEats Free Delivery Promo Code
- New Amex Offer Save On Rental Cars
- AAdvantage Up To 1,500 Bonus Miles
- Earn Membership Rewards Points With Rocketmiles
- New Fare Sale Travel From Only $47!
- 2,500 Lufthansa Miles Per Hilton Stay
American Airlines operates several Flagship Lounges in the United States to provide their business and first-class passengers on international and transcontinental flights a premium experience. On a recent layover in Los Angeles (LAX) I had the chance to visit and enjoy the elevated service it provides.
Drink of the Week:
Pre-departure sparkling wine
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