Today we will show you how to travel with your honey…and may be you can save some money!
Not only can you and your friend, relative, or significant other save money by splitting hotel bills and cab fare, you can also find great companion deals for planes, trains, and automobiles…not to mention boats!
Some airlines give special discounts to travelers who bring one or more companions along for the ride. Check out US Airways’ “GoTogether” fares that are available for travel between many US Airways cities throughout the U.S., Canada, Caribbean, Mexico and Europe.
You can find rules and information Here. For a limited time, Southwest Airlines is offering “Friends Fly Free” specials. Like US Airways, you must check in and travel together, but our sources tell us it’s a great way to get 2-for-1 deals. Fares start at $59 each way (not including fees and taxes).
All aboard! Believe it or not, Amtrak has been serving America for more than 30 years. They currently reach 500 stations in 46 states. Instead of looking down at cloud formations from 30,000 feet above the ground, travel across our great country by rail to get an up close look at its rolling hills and scenic valleys.
Companion offers run from 50% off the second fare to a two-for-one fare special. For routes and availability, call 1-800-USA-RAIL or visit them online Here.
The wheels on the bus go round and round, and if you buy your full-fare adult Greyhound ticket before June 20th, your companion rides free! To take advantage of this great deal, all you need to do is purchase your ticket three days in advance. To check out the rules and regulations, go to Greyhound and find “Companion Fares” under the “Discount” pull-down, or call 800-229-9424.
Ahoy mate! Imagine standing on the bow of the ship with your best friend, throwing your arms in the air, and shouting, “I’m king of the Caribbean!” It’s not as farfetched as it might seem. Norwegian Cruise Line advertises awesome two-for-one offers on their weekly specials online Here, or sign up for their weekly newsletter for more information.
So grab your buddy and get out there. You’re bound to find a deal no matter which mode of transportation you choose.