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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 and Delta Air Lines have been in a brawl as Delta and Southwest Continue to Flight Over Dallas Love Field over the use of Gate 15. Find out why Delta flight 2445 landed at 6:01pm, however didn’t arrive to the gate till 7:15pm. See the full details: How Southwest Airlines Delayed this Delta Flight.
- World of Hyatt Points + Cash Award Pricing Changes and More
- 3 More Airlines Join TSA Pre-Check; 56 Total Airlines Now Included
- How Southwest Airlines Delayed this Delta Flight
- Most Expensive Resort Fees at NYC Luxury Hotels
- SkyTeam Adds Hertz Car Rental to Alliance
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- Did Delta Prioritize Cats Over A Passenger?
- Hyatt’s Category 8 To Be Potentially Great News!
- CLEAR Now Open Fort Lauderdale, FL
The TSA announced that three new airlines would be participating in the TSA Pre-Check program which brings the total airlines to 56. The newest additions include Norwegian Air and Icelandair, and Via Airlines. See the full details: 3 More Airlines Join TSA Pre-Check; 56 Total Airlines Now Included.
- Earn Bonus World of Hyatt Points at Hyatt House this Holiday Season
- Avis Rent 2x Get Free Rental Day
- Alaska Miles 40% Bonus
- New Amex Offer Save On Hotels!
- Amazon Gift Cards On Sale
- Delta Flash Sale From 11K Miles, 32K To Europe!
- Amazon $30 Off First AmazonFresh Order With Amex!
- American Express $50 Back On Last Minute Hotel Site
- BJ’s Club Fee Free Event Thru Nov 4th!
- Free Small Panda Express Orange Chicken with Purchase
It’s quite common to see resorts add on mandatory resort fees, but now it seems that the majority of the hotels in New York City, including luxury properties are tacking on these additional fees, with some being as much as $50 extra per night. See the Most Expensive Resort Fees at NYC Luxury Hotels.
Drink of the Week:
- Double Woodford on the Rocks
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