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 Tuesday, June 7, 2022, that we think you should read.
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Ahead of Shareholder Vote, JetBlue Sweetens Proposal to Acquire Spirit. – Who could have guessed that an airline that nobody wants to fly would be in such demand? Personally, I think it would be better if JetBlue purchased them and expanded their territory. No matter what, there will be less competition in the ULCC space. We might as well get another airline that can compete with the Big 4 (AA, United, Delta, and Southwest) versus one massive ULCC. What do you think?
Hyatt CEO envisions all-inclusive growth worldwide, including in the U.S. – While Hyatt has a smaller footprint than Marriott, Hilton, or IHG, its loyalty program is widely considered the most valuable for travelers. To hear that they’re expanding their all-inclusive options is awesome news for World of Hyatt members.
The Disney Springs hotels: How to get Disney benefits at bargain prices. – Taking the family to Disney can be pretty expensive, even when using miles and points to book your flights and hotel. If you’re going to stay at a Disney property, you’ll want to maximize your benefits while keeping your costs low with these bargain-priced options.
Now departing from the ordinary. – Airports are evolving from a place to catch a flight to experience-filled destinations that can compete with the attractions in those cities. They’re now offering expanded lounge access, food options that you actually want to try, outdoor seating areas, and so much more.
The 50 Most Beautiful College Campuses in America. – A college’s aesthetics may not be the number one factor when selecting a school, but when options are similar, why wouldn’t you want to go to school somewhere that’s gorgeous? If you’re going on college tours with your high school student, check out some of these amazing campuses, even if your child may not “make the grade.” Sadly, the colleges that I attended were very utilitarian and basically the opposite of these incredible schools.
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