Hi travel friends! Here are our most popular posts for September 2019. Some of them were actually written before September (heads up that rules and offers change and we can’t guarantee that those older posts are still accurate), so take a look to make sure you didn’t miss any of the good stuff:
It hasn’t been very long since the theme for the 2019 version of ICE! at the Gaylord Palm Resort & Convention centers was announced (Psst! It’s going to be The Polar Express). But there are already a few discounts starting to leak. And since online tickets will start at $14.99 child/$28.99 adults and probably even more at the door, every little bit helps, right? Here’s what we’ve found so far:
Since Disney announced their streaming video service called Disney+, they have been aggressively marketing it to potential customers. The most invested Disney fans, those who are members of the Disney Official Fan Club, called D23, were able to get a discount of $23/year with a 3-year subscription.
Thanks to a post on Miles to Memories, I was able to get in on this offer.
While that one’s gone, Disney is still offering discounts on the Disney+ service. The one problem is, they’re all targeted offers. Continue reading “Multiple Disney+ TV Discounts Available. Act Soon, One Ends Tomorrow”
Just like clockwork, every autumn, migrations to Florida and Arizona happen. Except it’s not snowbirds, or even real birds, that are migrating.
It’s rental cars.
While it’s cold in much of the rest of the country, it stays toasty warm in Florida and Arizona, so, of course, a lot of people flock to those states during the winter months. Lots of those tourists will want to rent cars, so instead of bringing them here by the truckload, the car rental companies make it financially lucrative for customers to drive their cars from up north to select cities in the Sunshine State and the Grand Canyon State.
And the time of the year that they do this is now.
Everyone is always talking about the ways to get good rates on hotels – using points, looking at websites like KAYAK, Hotels.com, Orbitz, Expedia, etc. However there’s one tried and true method that’s been working for over 100 years…