Get Paid $600 Per Flight, LEGO House Opens, Uber Lounges Coming


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Welcome to The Morning Shave.  We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you.  Here are the articles for Wednesday, October 4, 2017, that we think you should read.

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Airmule – Get Paid $600 For Your Unused Baggage Space! – An enticing as it may be to earn money for something that you’ll be doing anyway, the prospect of carrying something illegal by accident is just too great for me to sign up.  Would you do this?

Inside Denmark’s giant LEGO house. – Timmy and I are traveling to Denmark for his Spring Break to experience LEGO HQ.  We’re both really excited about LEGO House and everything else about the trip.


Here’s How to Get Paid to Travel the World With Disney. – This could be a seriously awesome way to make some great cash without any expenses.  Having 2 months off would be epic, but you are working 7 days a week for 4-6 months at a time.

Uber to open super sleek lounges in 33 malls across U.S. – I need to start figuring out where these malls are.  Wonder how these lounges will compare to what we’re used to at airports.

Hawaiian Airlines Adds New Seating and Service Options. – Been saving up my Hawaiian Airlines miles for a couple of years now.  It may be time to cash them in for a premium flight experience once these upgrades are available.


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  1. I’ve thought about working on a cruise ship in the past. I think the best jobs would be the “Cruise staff” which work with the cruise director to plan and host events. They are working but they get to leave the ship on the islands to interact with guests ashore. In addition, the performers on the ships generally have a lot more freedom as well. In many cases, they get to take time on the beach in port, etc. So if you have some talent, that could be a good way to save money and explore at the same time!


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