Take Kids Under 11 to Europe for Free, and More Airlines Join TSA PreCheck!

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Take Kids Under 11 to Europe for Free, and More Airlines Join TSA PreCheck!

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One of my absolute favorite promos is back again, courtesy of SAS!  And TSA PreCheck continues to increase in value.

1.   Bring the Kids to Scandinavia for Practically Free!

Link:   SAS Airlines

Until May 13, 2018, you can take your kids to several Scandinavian cities with you for free!  This is one of the best non-miles-and-points deals, in my opinion.  Here’s what you need to know:

  • You will pay only the taxes & fees of the children’s airfare
  • Only children 11 and under qualify for a free ticket
  • Children must be traveling with parent or guardian
  • You must travel between August 20, 2018, and March 30, 2019
  • Blackout dates apply
Take Kids Under 11 To Europe For Free And More Airlines Join TSA PreCheck
Take the Kids to See the Northern Lights in Norway!

Eligible fares originate from Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Washington, DC.

This is a great chance for young families to visit Europe at a huge discount!  And even if you aren’t interested in visiting areas like Denmark, Sweden, or Norway, this is an inexpensive way to cross the ocean.  You can use budget European airlines to hop around to where you actually want to visit for cheap!

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2.   New Airlines Added to TSA PreCheck

Link:   Everything You Need to Know About TSA PreCheck

TSA PreCheck is a great way to save time at the airport.  And it continues to add participating airlines!

There are 5 new airlines participating in TSA PreCheck:

  • Air Serbia
  • Condor Airlines
  • Porter Airlines
  • Scandinavian Airlines
  • Thomas Cook Airlines (UK and Scandinavia)

That means 52 airlines are now included in the program!  So odds are the airline you’re flying next participates.

Plus, British Airways intends to enter the program very soon!

If you’re tired of taking your shoes off and your laptop out of your bag at the security checkpoint, here’s everything you need to know about TSA PreCheck!  It’s $85, and totally worth it.  Plus there are plenty of ways to get it for free!

3.   Earn Up to 25,000 Hilton Points (Targeted)

Link:   Hilton Promotion

If you’re targeted, you could earn 25,000 Hilton points with stays you might make anyway!

You must register here by January 10, 2019, and stay 4 nights within 90 days of registration.  And you’ll get 25,000 points!  Just be careful not to register until you’re sure you can complete the 4 nights.

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For kids fly free on SAS, can you use miles for parent-adult ticket? Recommended transfer partners?

Thanks much!