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Car Rentals: What Did You Reserve, What Did You Get? I'll start:

Company: Avis
Status: Chairman's Club
Location: MIA
Dates: 09/18-09/22
Reserved: Intermediate.
Received: BMW 3 series.
Price: $110+tax=$149
Coupon used: MUAA044 for 3K US miles.

November 29, 2011, 10:11:29 PM
Re: Groupon Master Thread They definitely don't want it to work nationwide, the question is whether they have the ability to actually geo-restrict their coupons.
Odds are they don't, but if someone would like to TOFTT that would be great.  Worst case is that you get a refund via the groupon promise if it doesn't work.

January 21, 2012, 10:47:59 PM
Airline Compensation Master Thread Airline: Continental
Flight: IAH-HNL
Class: BusinessFirst (award ticket)
Incident: No kosher meal (despite confirming KSML online and 3 additional times by phone)
Compensation: $200x2 passengers=$400 of CO vouchers.

January 29, 2012, 07:29:23 PM
Hotel Compensation Master Thread Hotel: Park Hyatt Paris
Year of incident: 2010
Status at time of incident: Diamond
Incident: Construction noise in room above ours woke us up one morning and continued for a few hours.
Compensation: 18K Points (at that time that was the rate for 1 night at the PH Paris) was offered over the phone while we were in the room.

Hotel: Park Hyatt Zurich
Year of incident: 2010
Status at time of incident: Diamond
Incident: Couldn't offer kosher breakfast
Compensation: 5K Points was offered via email before the stay.

Hotel: Grand Hyatt Kauai
Year of incident: 2009
Status at time of incident: Diamond
Incident: Fire alarm went off from 4am-4:30am with evacuation required.
Compensation: An apology letter offered a $50 resort credit, but a manager gave us 18K points (at that time that was the rate for 1 night at the GH Kauai) and a $100 resort credit…which bought a nice pair of Naot’s for my wife!

Hotel: Park Hyatt Toronto
Year of incident: 2010
Status at time of incident: Diamond
Incident: Multiple issues, described in this complaint letter.
Compensation: 18K Points awarded by GP customer service after the stay following email complaint.

Hotel: W South Beach
Year of incident: 2011
Status at time of incident: Platinum
Incident: Smoke smell in room every morning, poor service from checkin agents, room service didn't respect do not disturb on multiple occasions, lost and found refused to locate a dress shirt left in room just after we checked out.
Compensation: $130 and 5K Points.

March 02, 2012, 01:02:12 AM
Re: Best Crockpot for Cholent!
Any ideas of cockpits that don't stick ?
I find 777s are better than 737s.

April 05, 2012, 05:45:55 PM
Re: Getting paid $600 to party
well said
+1, though Pat, I would like to buy a comma for $250.

April 20, 2012, 05:48:24 PM
Living Social Splitting. Find a living social deal you want and think others here would as well?
Post it here and see if 3 others want it and then you'll each be able to save 25%.

May 01, 2012, 02:34:46 PM
Cedar Point Opens Fast Lane (Cedar Point DO?) Cedar Point, one of the world's best roller coaster parks, has finally introduced a fast pass system.
Lines for the best coasters can normally take 1-2 hours and this will let you bypass those lines.  You can ride unlimited times on all eligible rides in the fast lane.

If you're just going for 1 day it's probably worth it as it will allow you to try everything out.  Cedar Point is 1 hour west of CLE, so just add the 6,000 AMEX/9,000 BA for the RT flight for you NYC/ORD folks to the cost of admission :)

Fast Lane Buyup fee:
1 guest: $55
2 guests: $50pp
3 guests: $45pp
4 guests: $40pp
5 guests: $30pp (Contact CP to buy this option and note that it's cheaper to buy for 5 people than for 4!)

Limited passes are sold per day and you can reserve in advance.

Eligible rides:
-Blue Streak
-Cadillac Cars
-Giant Wheel
-Magnum XL-200
-Mean Streak
-Millennium Force
-Power Tower
-Shoot the Rapids
-Top Thrill Dragster

The bolded rides typically have waits up to 2 hours.

Regular admission is $49, but there are various discounts to drop the price down to the $30-$40 range.

May 24, 2012, 10:10:53 AM
Re: Bora Bora Master Thread Ya that's called an ad, not a trip report.

Full details and pics please!!!

August 12, 2012, 09:48:18 AM
Re: Whats the best way to send money to a bochur learning in Israel.
It might not be such a good idea to train a bochur into using credit cards.
Why not?
Great time to start learning about budgeting and the value of money.

August 13, 2012, 01:28:46 PM