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Monday January 12, 2016  |  Archived News

Take a Trip with Your Valentine (or Anybody Else)

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It's cool in January, but things get warmer in February when Valentine's Day approaches. In observance of the day, and as our thanks for your ongoing support of Stanford Travel, we're conducting a promotion for travelers and travel arrangers who book a flight, hotel or car on Stanford Travel's Orbitz for Business site from Jan. 1 – Feb. 14, 2016.

Those folks will be eligible for a drawing to win two tickets on Delta Airlines to fly anywhere in the continental United States.

Oh, and if you don't have a valentine who fits the bill as a traveling companion, you can take whomever you want:  your BFF, your Mom, your tax preparer (April's not that far off, either), or anybody else.

So get your arms around this promotion, and start booking now!


Newark State of Mind
Winners

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Congratulations to the 40 Stanford travelers who earned 2016 Premier Silver status on United by booking Newark flights through Stanford Travel. Also, five Stanford travelers who booked on United to any destination were randomly selected to win 2016 Premier Gold status: Ola Golovinsky, Amit Umesh Joshi, Ryan Williams, Bernadette deRafael and Brittany Nicole Vargas are golden!

SJC?
Si!

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Going global? New international nonstop flights are being offered out of San Jose International Airport, with discounts negotiated by Stanford Travel of up to 15 percent.

Book these discounted international flights out of SJC on Stanford Travel's Orbitz for Business site:

• Air Canada to Vancouver

• ANA to Tokyo

• Hainan Airlines to Beijing

• Lufthansa to Frankfurt

January
Travel Tip

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Travel in winter months can mean weather-related delays. You can't change the weather, but you can change how you pack. And it's a good idea to pack your carry-on with any necessities you'll need during a delay. Think about a cell phone charger, medications, eyeglasses, etc. Preparing for a delay will help make extended time in the airport a lot easier to bear.


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