Simply the Best: May 2015

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TPOL saw record numbers for the month of May. Here are the top 7 posts:

1. REDBird: Where to Go Now 

I know, I know REDBird is dead. This begs the question that nobody is asking, “Where to go now?”
I know, I know REDBird is dead. This begs the question that nobody is asking, “Where to go now?”

2. Singapore Airlines A380 Suite Class, My Turn

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Like my first time going to the auto show in Detroit as a kid, I couldn’t help but overwhelmed by the awesomeness of the experience.

3. Dancin’ in Finnair Business: JFK-HEL

I had never been to Scandinavia before but was thrilled to add it to my itinerary as part of my $77,000 Trip Heard Round the World.
I had never been to Scandinavia before but was thrilled to add it to my itinerary as part of my $77,000 Trip Heard Round the World.

4. The IHG Rewards Bora Bora Trick

On paper a night at the InterContinental would cost 50k IHG Rewards Club points but take a look at February 2016 and March 2016 award availability:
On paper a night at the InterContinental would cost 50k IHG Rewards Club points but take a look at February 2016 and March 2016 award availability:

5. Heaven Must’ve Sent You: The St. Regis Osaka 

All this for $135/night + 6000 SPG points. What more could anyone ask for?
All this for $135/night + 6000 SPG points. What more could anyone ask for?

6. Cathay Pacific First Class HKG-ORD

67,500 AA miles to fly first-class from Hong Kong to Chicago is a sweet deal. Finding out that I received a 6,750 rebate for having the Citi AA MasterCard made it even better.
67,500 AA miles to fly first-class from Hong Kong to Chicago is a sweet deal. Finding out that I received a 6,750 rebate for having the Citi AA MasterCard made it even better.

7. Turkish Airlines Business Class Lounge Review 

Who hates waiting in an airport? If you do then you’ve never been to the Turkish Airlines Business Class Lounge in Atatürk Airport. Picture Costco meets Chuck E. Cheese with multiple levels.
Who hates waiting in an airport? If you do then you’ve never been to the Turkish Airlines Business Class Lounge in Atatürk Airport. Picture Costco meets Chuck E. Cheese with multiple levels.

 

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