Stackable 15% Discounts on Hotels and the Law of Mistake Fares

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  1. Is the 15% off with IHG stackable with citi fourth night free? That is does the IATA commission citi concierge gets come from same dollars as ebates referral fee? Thanks

  2. The Billings lede suggests (though admittedly not explicitly) causation (died because of the landing). It’s likely the woman expired en route and the crew elected to land because of the medical emergency.

  3. Travelocity is not 15% off everything


    15.0% Cash Back on Cruise
    4.0% Cash Back on Hotels
    2.0% Cash Back on Vacation Packages
    1.5% Cash Back on Cars
    $1.50 Cash Back per Airline Ticket

  4. @Alex you have to book through Citi concierge for 4th night free, book through ebates -> IHG directly for the rebate. So not stackable

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