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Thank lower oil prices, an off-peak travel season, better sharing on social media, new routes, or plain old good luck, but we have been seeing some pretty nice airfares recently. I mean, $99 to London? Really? Those great fares on Wow Air are still available today on limited dates for 2015 travel!
Sadly, I haven’t found $99 tickets to Hawaii (yet), but prices are a couple ticks below normal out of various cities, so I wanted to share them in case you have an itch to head west to paradise. Here is a sampling of what I have seen in terms of round trip prices to Hawaii on United:
Boston – Maui $527
Portland – Maui $415
Houston – Honolulu $673
If you want to try and stay healthy for your trip to Hawaii, or wherever your travel plans will take you, then check out UberHEALTH as it will be available today, October 23, in Boston, New York and DC from 10 am – 3 pm EST. Uber users can request this service within their Uber app and upon arrival, you will receive a flu prevention pack and the option to request a flu shot from a registered nurse for up to 10 people – all at no cost. Flu shots delivered to you for free? This seems too good to be true, but what a win for busy parents in Boston, New York, and DC!
Flu vaccinations (for ages 4 and up) will be administered by a registered nurse through Passport Health & Pager. All consent information and paperwork stays between the recipient and them. Uber will also donate $5 to the Red Cross to support vaccination efforts for children including its Measles & Rubella Initiative. If getting a flu shot has been on your family’s “to do” list, then I would absolutely give that a try if I were in one of those towns today.
I mentioned this promo already, but initially getting through to the Cadillac Concierge at 844-469-2234 to set-up the Cadillac test drive appointment to earn 7,500 bonus American Airlines miles was taking hours due to very high call volume. Given then the large response, you would think there must be websites on the internet that just talk about miles and points promos all day long or something… Now that the promo has been going on for a week or so, getting through seems to be much easier. My husband called today and got through with no delay, though the was told on the phone that they were getting a larger response for this promo than expected.
A test drive may or may not be worth 7,500 miles to you, but I’m excited there was finally a mileage earning promo that my husband was way more excited about than me!