Jetblue has an awesome contest that they’ve recently started – so good that I’m sharing it here, along with our weekly Contests & Sweepstakes post. Here’s how they describe their Go Get Gifted contest:
We are turning five lucky winners into literal presents by gift-wrapping them from head to toe and taking them right to their destination. Enter for the opportunity to win a round trip flight home (leaving December 24, 2018) and surprise whoever you choose with the perfect gift – you.
Pretty cool, huh? Here are the details:
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Happy Sunday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along.
Continue reading “Huge Bill For Leaving Cell On While On A Plane, Questionable AMEX Request, New Disney Food Experience & More”
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been the source of annoyance for many, and the butt of jokes for probably even more. Fortunately, despite the individual TSA workers who sometimes act as if their career goal is to make travelers miserable, from a corporate point of view, they actually seem to have a sense of humor.
Continue reading “Flying For The Holidays? Here’s What The TSA Recommends”
Living in Central Florida can have its disadvantages (yes, really!), but it certainly has its advantages, too. One of the latter is having annual passes to both Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando, and living close enough to both parks to be able to take advantage of their special opportunities for pass holders, even when they announce them sort of “last minute.” Such was the case Universal Orlando Annual Passholder holiday event, with sign ups that began only about a week and a half ahead of time.
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It’s the time of the year when we need to decide our travel schedule for the following year. This is a necessary task because my work obligations make me put in for coverage if I want an entire week, or two, away from my job. The good thing about this is it forces Sharon and I to decide where we want to travel, Right now this is especially important because we don’t have any trips planned in 2019. What?!?!?!?! We need to fix that ASAP!
Now, we have “ideas” about what we want to go and when we want to go but it’s a different thing to set a date. It’s helpful because it was at this time last year we finally firmed up dates for our overdue visit New Orleans (where we had a parade to celebrate).
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