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Thursday June 18, 2015  |  Archived News

Stanford Travel:  Win a Trip to Hawaii!

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How do you get from Stanford to Hawaii?   Try Stanford Travel!

As thanks for your ongoing support of Stanford Travel, we’re conducting a special giveaway through August: a drawing for two free round-trip tickets to Hawaii on Delta Airlines. To qualify for the drawing, you must make arrangements by August 31 for future travel through Stanford Travel's Online Booking site. (Both arrangers and travelers are entered.)

Remember—the more our staff and faculty use the site, the greater the rewards in cost savings and amenities. So don't delay: Surf on over to Stanford Travel now!


Showcase: Learn how
to stretch your spend

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Save the date (June 30 at 11 a.m.) for the Spend Management Showcase at the Seeley Mudd Patio & Lawn. Stanford Travel will be holding raffles for hotel stays and a Samsung Tablet. There will be free food, more about that free Hawaii trip, and lots of vendor information. Stay tuned: more information will be coming.

May giveaway winner:
Saki Tanabe, SOM

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Saki Tanabe from the School of Medicine was the winner of our May drawing. Saki's name was chosen in our random drawing for a free round-trip ticket on Delta, plus 200 Orbucks, the Orbitz Rewards program, which can be redeemed when booking flights and lodging.

Did you know?
Arrange travel by schedule

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When arranging travel, did you know you can search "by schedule" as well as "by price" to construct multi-city itineraries with specific flight numbers?

For more information, see What is the most effective way to search for flights? in the FAQs on the Stanford Travel section of Fingate.

Stanford Travel's low-fare promise

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If you book an airline ticket on Stanford Travel's Online Booking site and then find a lower airfare on another website using the same criteria, Stanford will receive a $50 credit. See additional details (link removed).


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