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Thursday August 13, 2015  |  Archived News

Don't Say ‘Aloha’ Just Yet

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Stanford Travelers and Travel Arrangers still have a shot at winning two free round-trip tickets to Hawaii on Delta Airlines.

As thanks for your ongoing support of Stanford Travel, we're conducting a special giveaway through August: 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!

Lowdown on low fare

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An audit shows that travelers and travel arrangers were offered the lowest fare on Stanford Travel's Online Book site 98% of the time. See A Guide to Airline Pricing Online (document outdated/removed) for more information.

‘Spot the (Travel) Risk’

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We all think we know the basics of travel safety. But what about the risks you don't think about? International SOS—a partner of Stanford Travel—is conducting a ‘Spot the Risk’ challenge. See how savvy you are about travel risks, and qualify for a gift-card drawing.

Same program,
new URL

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We've added a new URL to simplify your experience with Stanford Travel. Now, takes you to the official Stanford Travel's Online Book site. The old URL ( still works the same as before. We just thought the new title was easier to remember.

Stretching your spend

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Three hundred-plus customers of Procurement braved a blazing sun to attend the Spend Management Supplier Showcase on July 30 on campus, and learned how they can stretch their procurement dollars. “People had a great time, got a chance to win some great prizes, and they found out more about how Spend Management saves money for Stanford,” said Brad Lehan, Director of Spend Management and Payment Services.

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