This Week in Travel – Episode 226

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This week’s guest is Stefan Krasowski from Rapid Travel Chai and Frequent Traveler University to talk about travel deals, mileage deals, and travel tips.

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This Week’s News:

Hotels.com is Giving Away Free Passports
United has a new plan to avoid overbooked flights
Three more Princess ships getting Ocean Medallion capability
Would You Take a Ride in the Hyperloop Hotel?
People are paying $115 to fall asleep in San Francisco and wake up in Los Angeles
Disney is opening an immersive Star Wars Hotel where each guest gets a storyline

Stefan’s Tips:

Ride Cabin
slickdeals.net
JetBlue Amazon credits
doctorofcredit.com
dansdeals.com
theflightdeal.com
yipit.com
thriftytraveler.com
The Star Wars Traveler
Frequent Miler
boardingarea.com
View from the Wing
IHG Hotels Card

Picks Of The Week:

Chris – safetytat.com
Gary – Sugru Moldable Glue
Jen – GoPro Quik Key microSD Card Reader
Gary – becoming a Travel Photography Academy affiliate partner
Jen- Lumy – Helps You Track Photographic Times
Steven – Express VPN
Steven – DroneMate App
Steven – vpndada.com
Steven – Vypr VPN

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