Daily Getaways

The 2019 Daily Getaways Are Coming – 10th Anniversary Special

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Written by Charlie

The 2019 Daily Getaways are coming and the dates have been announced. This is the 10th anniversary special so we should see some even better deals this year!

The Daily Getaways are a bunch of travel-related packages that come out each year in April/May. They give you the opportunity to purchase everything from rental car discounts (and elite packages) to hotel points/packages and even entertainment park passes at discounts.

The 2019 Daily Getaways Are Coming – 10th Anniversary Special

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Link: 2019 Daily Getaways

Not everything is truly a “deal” in the sense of what we would expect but there are some nice items that pop up each year. The 2019 Daily Getaways is the 10th anniversary of these getaways so I would expect that we may see some extra special things this year.

The 2019 Daily Getaways preview will be here April 29 with the full 2019 Daily Getaways launching May 6th. I tend to only blog about the things that I believe are truly deals. So, if you see a post from me about it, chances are pretty good that it is a deal worth checking out.

Here is a look at the preview from last year and this will show you all the posts about the various Daily Getaways in times past. If you want hotel points, we always see IHG points, Hilton points, Wyndham points, and Hyatt points at nice discounts. This year, I wouldn’t touch the IHG points or Wyndham points because of some program shakeups. There is no way that almost anyone will be able to touch the Hyatt points due to limited packages and awesome prices.

If you like rental cars, Alamo normally has $50 certificates on sale for $25 and Hertz sells points packages that can offer some outstanding value. I bought the bottom package last year and got 3 weeks of car rentals out of it – working out to about $80 per week, including in the high-priced market of Phoenix in February.

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

1 Comment

  • Thanks. I get the Alamo ones every year and they pay off. Just a note about the $50 Alamo certs – your BASE rate has to be at least $50 for it to work with the cert, so keep that in mind if you have a very low cost Alamo rental.

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