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WDW Price Hike,Vegas Price Decrease, Do These Hotels’ Points Still Have Value?, & More!

by joeheg

Happy Sunday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! It was a busy week in the miles and points world. With the April 1st posts and United devaluation, I’m surprised that bloggers were able to write about anything else but there was plenty of other news. Here’s some of my favorite posts of the week, along with some posts I’ve been saving for a rainy week.


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  • Jon from No Mas Coach gives his opinion on exactly how premium Norwegian’s Premium Class is with his review of a flight from Seattle to London. We’ve been considering flying on Norwegian and I’m glad I read this review before we booked.
  • The “Disney After Hours” experience has been a slam dunk for WDW in recent months, so if course they’re adding to it, this time with Disney Villains themed After Hours events throughout the summer. Theme Park Tourist reports that, of course, the price for this event is going up. After all, it’s popular, right? So instead of paying $40+ per hour, expect to pay $46+ per hour for it.
  • Back in January, Scott from Travel Codex wrote about his holiday season trip to New York and his stay at the Algonquin Hotel. Sharon and I have a particular interest in old New York hotels so we were interested in what he thought about staying there today. 

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This post first appeared on Your Mileage May Vary


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