Young adults and students might feel slighted by the hand 2020 has dealt — they missed graduation ceremonies, celebratory trips and get togethers galore — but United Airlines hasn’t forgotten them: Travelers ages 18–22 can now enjoy exclusive discounts using the United app.
Travelers ages 18–22 can shop discounted fares via the United app for a limited time — bookings are available with this promotion until Dec. 31. Users simply access the app, sign into their MileagePlus account (or create one for free), choose a trip, select “Book” on the bottom navigation bar, select “Discounted travel ages 18–22” and the savings will be applied at check-out. Read more about the offer here.
Another aspect young adults and students will love is the opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint when traveling with United. Sustainability is a major focus for the airline — last year, the airline offset carbon emissions of the first 25,000 travelers who used the flight discount. Read more about United’s conservation efforts here.
The Marriott Bonvoy Bold™ Card recently launched BoldFamilyTravel.Chase.com, an interactive, online resource allowing families to plan future travel together. The launch followed the Marriott Bonvoy Bold™ Card Survey of parents and grandparents that revealed most parents believe children are important resources for planning family vacations and that one-third of parents don’t currently involve their children in planning but would like to.
Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit now offers a new, 90-minute Mexican Doll Workshop perfect for families. Children are invited to design their own Mexican rag doll using colored ribbons and fabrics. Offering a unique bonding experience for families, the workshop also supports the local community and honors the indigenous women who started the craft.
Valley Forge National Historical Park is a great place to bring your history-loving family. Located in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, the park is the site of the 1777–1778 winter encampment of the Continental army during the American Revolutionary War. Today, the 3,500-acre park boasts trails, replicas and other historical markers perfect for learning more about Valley Forge’s place in our nation’s history.