Brioche by Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

After my red-eye flight to Vegas, I got my Audi A4 from Silvercar and headed to the hotel. My room wasn’t ready yet, though, so I decided to grab a small bite from Brioche by Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace. After retrieving my bag from Hawaiian Air Flight 8, I jumped on the shuttle bus […]

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Hawaiian Extra Comfort Red-Eye HNL-LAS

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

As is always the case for my travels to Vegas, I flew Hawaiian Airlines. This time, though, I upgraded myself. So let’s take a look at Hawaiian Extra Comfort red-eye service from Honolulu to Las Vegas. Why Hawaiian Airlines Hawaiian Airlines has a virtual monopoly on direct flights to Las Vegas from Hawaii. And while […]

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Negative MGM/MLife Changes – Reduced Room Rate Discounts for Elites & Increased Resort Fees at 3 Top Hotels

Written by Craig at Middle Age Miles @ Middle Age Miles

Summer 2019 has brought two pieces of negative news from the MGM/MLife properties in Las Vegas – reduced discounts on room rates for MLife elite members, and increased resort fees at MGM’s highest-end Vegas properties, the Aria, Bellagio and Vdara.…

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My Dismal Las Vegas Experience – Introduction

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

Remember how I never had any desire to go to Vegas? It’s ironic how much I find myself there these days given that sentiment. And I’ll continue to go despite my dismal Las Vegas experience earlier this year. As was the case in 2018, my reason for being in Vegas this year was for a […]

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Hawaiian Adding Additional West Coast Flights

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

Well, this isn’t an announcement I was expecting. Though, my surprise has more to do with the particular routes coming online. So, let’s talk about Hawaiian adding additional West Coast flights. Current Environment Aside from Tokyo, the U.S. West Coast is Hawaiian’s most competitive market. And competitive pressures are only increasing every year. So, in […]

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Business class London to worldwide destinations 1000€ or 1600€ FIRST class

Written by premiumflights @ Premium-Flights.com

With British Airways luxury Sale, this is a partner Sale so you need to be 2 persons to get those prices, starting at 1000€ in business and 1600€ in First class!

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MGM Increased Resort Fees by How Much?!

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

Last week news broke that a certain casino operator is raised its resort fees. And the amount by which they’re raising them has me asking MGM increased resort fees by how much?! Resort Fees Suck I HATE resort fees with a passion. The only purpose they serve is to dupe unsuspecting travelers by making them […]

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Airfare of the Day: American Airlines / British Airways BUSINESS CLASS Manchester (MAN), United Kingdom to Las Vegas (LAS), United States from £1,374 Round Trip 

Written by Freddo Zabaleta @ LoyaltyLobby

Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to American Airlines and British Airways and their basic season midweek business class round trip fares between Manchester and Las Vegas. Remember that you can always email me or send me a message via Facebook or Twitter with your airfare-related findings or questions. Fare Details: Fare: American (AA)/British Airways (BA) ILX1T1S4 MAN to LAS. Booking […]

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Mattress Running for Hyatt Elite Qualifying Nights in Vegas – or Simply Staying for Less!

Written by Craig at Middle Age Miles @ Middle Age Miles

Introduction Middle Age Miles is in the midst of Going for Globalist in 2019 with Hyatt. Globalist status requires 60 elite qualifying nights with Hyatt (55 if you’re renewing the status this year), and the opportunities to manufacture elite nights…

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