Enterprise Rent A Car brings back its popular fall/winter, $9.99-a-day weekend rate. Rent Friday through Monday at most of Enterprise’s 5,500 NEIGHBORHOOD locations, and pay $9.99 a day and receive 100 free miles per day. This offer is valid for economy and compact cars. Details here.
Marriott & Renaissance resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean offer a $200 resort credit with a four-night stay at its nine resorts in seven destinations. This is good for stays Jan 1, 2013 through April 30, 2013, but you must book your stay in November. Details here.
Considering traveling overseas? Check out Turkish Airlines that flies to more countries than any other airline–90 in all. The airline flies out of NY, DC, Chicago, and LA–with Houston coming soon–and it’s twice been named Europe’s best airline. Forget those jokes about airline food–in coach, your menu will remind you of a business class menu. And in business class, an on-board chef prepares your meals. Details here.
How do you avoid blackout dates when you want to collect reward travel on airlines, at hotels, or with rental car companies? Carry an American Express card that earns you Membership Rewards Points. There are no blackout dates for obtaining travel awards, an important detail during holiday periods when most reward programs won’t redeem miles or points. And if you carry a Platinum card, each year you’ll receive a $200 credit that you can apply to a specific airline. Then use that $200 to pay for in-flight meals, baggage fees, ticket change fees, and access to airport lounges. More details here.
Rudy Maxa, one of America’s premier consumer travel experts, is host and executive producer of public television’s “Rudy Maxa’s World,” the Emmy Award-winning, travel series featuring 91 television episodes on the world’s great destinations as diverse as Korea and Argentina, and from South Africa, Tuscany, and Thailand. His television episodes also air in 121 countries in 22 different languages on Travel Channel International. You may view episodes on Create Travel too. Well known as public radio’s “Savvy Traveler” and as the voice of National Geographic Traveler’s “Walks of a Lifetime” podcasts, Rudy also hosts America’s most widely-syndicated travel radio show, also called “Rudy Maxa’s World,” which airs weekly on 250+ mostly news/talk stations in North America and via its own 24-hour TuneIn.com channel. "Rudy Maxa's World" has won two Lowell Thomas Gold Awards for Excellence in Audio Travel Broadcast from the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation. Recognized as the most prestigious in travel journalism, the awards are named for Lowell Thomas, acclaimed broadcast journalist, prolific author and world explorer during five decades in journalism. Thomas is best known as the man who made Lawrence of Arabia famous. Rudy is an award-winning writer with National Geographic Traveler and a former Washington Post investigative reporter and columnist whose writing was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. He is also a fascinating and informative speaker on the subject of travel today and speaks extensively around the world. If you’re interested in booking him to keynote your event, send your request to email@example.com. Rudy writes a regularly published e-newsletter that contains personal observations, travel tips, anecdotes, and deals. It's free. If you’re interested in receiving it, please subscribe under the e-newsletter tab at the top of this page, and you will be added to its distribution list.
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