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It’s time to celebrate—Boingo style! We’ve been awarded our eighth Global Traveler award for “Best WiFi Service” and to celebrate we’re kicking off 8 Days of Giveaways to give our awesome fans the chance to win a VIP travel tech kit. This kit is loaded with all the tech essentials you need on the go—like earbuds, a phone charger, flash drive and of course free Boingo Wi-Fi for a year with access to more than a million hotspots around the globe. Join in on the celebration! To enter our 8 Days of Giveaways, head to Twitter and simply tweet @boingo what YOU are celebrating this year using the hashtag #BoingoCelebr8. Whether it’s a milestone birthday, a big client win, running your first marathon or something else, we want to hear your reason for raising a glass. Boingo’s 8 Days of Giveaways will run December 8-15, 2017. One winner will be announced each day.    

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Travel Tuesday Deals – 7/10/2011

Climb aboard Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas for a seven-night cruise along the Adriatic Coast. Prices start at $479 per person for sail dates in August, September and October 2011. Depart from Venice, Italy and stop off in Italian cities such as Ravenna, Bari, as well as Koper, Slovenia and Dubrovnik, Croatia. If you go, we’re jealous. (Via SmartTravelDeals) Southwest Airlines has your post-summer travel covered! Starting today, the airlines is offering one-way tickets between select U.S. cities starting at $59. Purchase by August 1, 2001 for travel between August 23 and December 14. Note that the cheapest fares are available for flights Monday through Thursday. (Via USA Today) Want to take a tour of Asia? Check out Cathay Pacific’s All Asia Pass, which gives you twenty-one days of travel to Hong Kong and your choice of up to four listed Asian cities starting at $1,329. Departure cities include Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco. Book by July 31, 2011 for travel between August 16 and November 29, 2011. (Via Frommer’s) If Istanbul is on your travel wishlist, head over to ShermansTravel to find roundtrip deals starting at $545. Soak in all the history and ancient architecture and eat some exotic food! Low fares valid

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Meet a Few of Boingo’s Superfans on Facebook

Here at Boingo, we aim to design our Wi-Fi service and apps around the best customer experience possible. That’s why social media engagement is so central to our efforts — the customer feedback on social networks helps to guide us on improving and updating our offerings. Since our community shares common interests in travel and technology, we also strive to curate interesting conversations on those topics. Obviously, the success of these initiatives relies heavily on community participation, which is why it warms our hearts when members converse regularly with us via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Flickr, YouTube and the Hotspot blog. To express our gratitude, we honor two individuals each month — one via Twitter and one via Facebook — as superfans of the month. Join our social communities today and let us get to know YOU as a Boingo superfan! Meet Boingo’s superfans on Facebook. We are so thankful for the great conversation and support from our superfan community! Adi Wresniyandaka Senior Principal IT Consultant Charity of choice: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Best city to Boingo: Tie between San Francisco, California and Minneapolis, Minnesota Favorite tech quote: “There are two major products that come out of Berkeley: LSD and UNIX. We don’t

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Travel Tuesday Deals – 2/22/2011

Southeast Asia, anyone? Singapore Airlines, one of our favorites because of its superb customer service, is having a sale on roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, and New York to twenty-six major southeast destinations including: Singapore, Manila, Bangkok, Phuket, Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Saigon and more. The price? Around $949 if booked by March 2 for departures from March 1 through May 18. (Via Frommer’s) According to Travel + Leisure, “a ski trip to the spectacular Italian Dolomites is…as affordable as a trip to the Rockies” with the World on Skis package. Starting at $1095 per person, this special includes roundtrip airfare between New York, Boston, or Chicago and Venice, roundtrip airport transfers between Venice and Cortina d’Ampezzo (a mountain town located two hours by car from Venice), seven nights’ hotel accommodations and daily breakfast. Book by April 9, 2011 for travel between March 19 and April 9. (Via Travel + Leisure) Want to visit all four major Hawaiian islands? The bad news is that inter-island airfare will run you at least $100 per person per island. The good news is the Cruise Experts are offering a  cut-rate price from $762 to $794 per person for a seven-night cruise

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Travel Tuesday Deals – 1/11/2011

Despite the rise in travel costs, it’s still possible to score discount deals — if you search long and hard enough. We’d like to make that process a little easier on you by introducing a weekly post of the best Travel Tuesday deals that we find across an aggregate of sites. For Tuesday, 1/11/11, here are a few that you might find compelling: JetBlue is offering $39 one-way fares in select U.S. cities, including: San Francisco, Chicago, Las Vegas and New York. Book by 1/13/2011. (Via Priceline.com) Continental wants you to get your Mardi Gras on in New Orleans with round-trip discounted tickets from various U.S. cities, including: Boston ($245), Houston ($184), Los Angeles ($331), New York ($297) and Washington D.C. ($281). (Via AOL Travel) Tour the Grand Canyon in luxury with the $1447 Grand Canyon by Trail package for two. Offer includes three nights at the Enchantment Resort (breakfast included) and one day of sightseeing by mini-coach. (Via AOL Travel) If you’re a Monet fan, jet over to Paris with the Concorde Hotels & Resorts package, which starts at $265 for overnight accommodations at one of six hotels and 2 priority tickets to the Monet exhibition at the Grand

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Beam Us Up, Scotty: An Interview With Gadling’s Editor

Scott Carmichael may have one of the world’s most coveted jobs. As the executive editor for Gadling, a travel blog, he tours the globe writing about his experiences. (By the way, if you dig travel, Gadling should be part of your daily newsfeed. The site covers all things travel — helpful tips, gadget deals, recent news and entertaining anecdotes — and it makes for fun, spirited and quirky reading. ) To date, Scott has lived in five countries, logged three million miles, and spent over 1000 nights in hotel rooms. And there is no end in sight to his wanderings. We had a chance to chat with Scott about some travel-related details he’s never before shared. Read what this travel guru reveals and feel free to ask him any questions of your own. You have what many people would consider to be a dream job. How did you get into travel and blogging? I rolled into this job completely by accident. I’ve always been involved in technology through my own business, which had me traveling almost all the time. Once I settled down, I started blogging about the combination of travel and technology. In my first year of blogging, I

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Tips and Tricks from a Gen Y Traveler

On planes, organize your carry-on bag for easy access to things like reading materials, work papers or reading glasses to make life less obnoxious for your traveling neighbors. Two words, “Emergency Exit.” With a packed plane, it won’t matter if you choose window over aisle because either way, you’re going to be uncomfortable once everyone’s on-board. Emergency Exits offer more leg and surrounding room. For commuting around the city, or to other cities, I usually pack a few healthier snack options. It’s less expensive than grabbing rest stop or fast food fare and it is less likely to make me want to curl up for a nap like I would want to after a fatty, sugary snack binge. I pack along Elations, a liquid joint supplement drink. I actually work for a company that represents Elations, but this stuff has really helped cease the snap, crackle, pop my joints seem to suffer through – loudly – when I’m on the move. Combined with a few road-altered yoga poses, drinking Elations has kept me feeling active, even if my daily schedule might be keeping me glued to my seat. If you’re stuck in tight spots having Elations shipped to your client’s