I hope 2019 is starting off well for you and your calendar has at least one getaway that you’re already counting down to! I have been keeping busy planning an anniversary trip to Italy, a 40th birthday celebration to Sugar Beach, a family vacation to Beaches Turks & Caicos…just to name a few!
Speaking of the trips I am planning, I am currently booked for new trip consultations through the end of February. I would love to help you plan this year’s vacations, so let’s get you on my calendar ASAP! You can reply to this email or start by filling out this form. I can’t wait to help you plan your much-deserved vacation! (THANK YOU!!)
On Saturday, I am headed to the beautiful Salamander Resort & Spa for a “workcation” with fellow travel pros & wedding + event planners. I may be a little slower in responding than normal because of this so I wanted to let you know. This is unofficially hosted by Travel Pro Theory.
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• Where are you headed in 2019? Need some inspiration – look at our Just Planned section below and peruse this article based on our seasons.
•Someone, please let us send you here in the South Tyrol, Italy!
“What’s the difference in TSA Pre✓ + Global Entry?” is a question I am frequently asked. You can find the breakdown below:
TSA Pre✓ provides expedited security screening benefits for flights departing from U.S. Airports. Global Entry provides the TSA Pre✓ benefit plus expedited US customs screening for international air travelers when entering the United States. TSA Pre✓ costs $85 and Global Entry costs $100 for a five year membership. Travelers interested in Global Entry must apply through the Trusted Traveler Program website.
Global Entry, NEXUS, and SENTRI are programs of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. These programs offer travel benefits to pre-screened members. If you join Global Entry, NEXUS, or SENTRI, use your membership number as a “known traveler number” in airline reservations to receive TSA Pre✓®.
P.S. Both of these programs are domestic U.S. programs, in other words, your TSA number + Known Traveler number will not help you get in an expedited security line when flying back to the states.
As always, let me know how I can help you plan your next trip!