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If there are three things we can really get behind, it’s inventive airlines, great discounts and comedy. Today’s round up has it all! If you’re a JetBlue fan, there’s extremely exciting news on the horizon, If you like points, and like em cheap, also exciting news and if you want a little laugh, and a great perspective, James Cordon has done it again.

James Cordon Offers Great Perspective On British Airways “Club World” Business Class…

I’ve never branded or considered myself a tough to please business/first class reviewer. Of course I have opinions, and am very perceptive of attitudes, service standards and so forth, but perhaps because I grew up flying economy, I find it all magic still (even though I do it all. the. time.) Seeing James Corden and co kick it in British Airways Club World was a great example of the light hearted feeling so many of us miss in our travels. Just sit back, relax, and don’t be a *******. It’s a fun way to see the world…

JetBlue Wants European Flights With Their Fantastic “Mint” Business Class…

JetBlue has expressed interest in becoming disruptors of the transatlantic travel market. Nope, they’re not about to splash out on purple uniforms to compete with WOW or Norwegian, they have their sights set on the legacy carriers, who they think don’t discount business class enough. The airline is investigating options to launch A321LR planes, equipped with extra business class seats for presumably East Coast USA to Western European cities service. If someone would consistently offer $1500-$2000 business class, with a great seat like JetBlue, it could be a real winner.

50% Off IHG Hotel Points. Buy 120,000 Points For $690USD…

IHG, the group behind Intercontinental and many other hotel brands is offering a 100% bonus on points purchases, which essentially equates to a 50% off. Since many very top properties, which run up to 60,000 points per night can often cost more than $500+ per night, buying the points needed for $340 per night can be a great hedge if you know what you’re doing. Look at paid rates in top cities you may want to visit, and see if there’s significant savings in it for you. Buy points here.

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