Well, it’s FINALLY the weekend…and what do you know, it’s Cinco De Mayo, too! WOO HOO! Here’s a review of the articles we wrote this week, all in one convenient place.
Joe wrote about:
- Our travels around the world to “follow the footsteps of the boy who lived.” (I’d clarify that’s Harry Potter but really, if you don’t already know that he is “the boy who lived,” chances are really good you’re not going to read this article anyway LOLOL!)
- IHG’s announcement of the next group of PointBreak hotels.
- The steps you should take to prevent losing value of your Chase Ultimate Rewards points.
- How Joe got platinum status with Sixt car rental (and you may be able to, too!), even though he’s never rented with them.
- How even he sometimes gets lured into the “loyalty” hamster wheel.
And Sharon wrote about:
- How to snag last-minute dinner reservations at Walt Disney World (we’ve been using it for years and it works!).
- JetBlue’s “You Never Call, You Never Visit” sale.
- The Steel Magnolias house – it’s a B&B! (and the Shelby Room is incredible!)
- If you go to Universal Studios Orlando quite a bit, how to decide if you should get multi-day passes or an annual pass?
- If you’re getting married, you can now register for your honeymoon.
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