ROUND UP: Google FLIGHTS Adds AMAZING Feature, 70K Delta Amex Bonus, Argentina Now Cheaper...


It's the weekend so its time to have some fun! Before you head out into the leisure that awaits, there are a few interesting developing tidbits in the travel world, which can benefit your wallet and enjoyment! Here are the most important travel stories of the weekend...

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Google Flights Adds Fare Expiration Feature...

People constantly ask why ticket prices go up and down so frequently. A main reason is that different fares have different expiration dates. Often, the very best fares have very "limited time" engagements, so when people search one day and come back the next, they find the price landscape is very different. Google Flights now shows expiration info, like "this fare expires tomorrow and prices are likely to rise", which can be hugely helpful in knowing when to buy. It's much more beneficial than the "only one seat left at this price", which is often....bull. 

Delta Amex Sign Up Bonus Up to 70K (US Only)...

The Delta Amex Card can be really useful for free checked bags on Delta flights and mainly, for it's limited time 70,000 mile sign up bonus. That's instantly enough to go to Europe or Asia in business class one way, or round trip in economy. Since the bonus is usually 30,000 miles, and usually only peaks to 50,000 or 60,000, this is definitely a great look for someone who may want to fly Virgin Atlantic, Delta, Korean, Air France or any other great partner for free. Enjoy! 

Argentina Abolishes VAT For Tourists, Cheaper Holidays!

Argentina made it's first wise decision in quite a while this week. The country is doing away with it's egregious 21% VAT, instantly making hotels and other tourist activities much more affordable! Whether you're interested in the unrivaled nature in the Patagonia's or some red meat and red wine in Buenos Aires, it's definitely a wonderful place to go, and now it's on sale, kind of. Enjoy!