British Airways is offering two $50 credits for dining at New York City’s Michelin Guide 2012 star-rated restaurants. A minimum order of $50 is required each time you dine through July 31, 2012. If you dine once, you receive a $50 credit. If you dine again, you receive another $50 credit. No registration is required.
Peter Luger doesn’t take credit cards and therefore isn’t part of this promotion.
Due to the first challenge ending in a tie, I am doing Etihad vs American Airlines over for only 24 hours this time. If this or any other voting ends in a tie again, a random number generator will be used to determine the winner.
Vote for your favorite airline between these two. The winner will advance to the next round of the final 8. The poll will remain open for 24 hours.
Please choose your favorite from these two airlines
American Airlines (52%, 52 Votes)
Etihad Airways (48%, 48 Votes)
Total Voters: 100
The downloadable bracket of all the match ups can be found here.
American Express has announced the date for the next Small Business Saturday promotion. It will be on November 24, 2012.
Small Business Saturday requires that you register your American Express card(s) ahead of time and then shop at a small business on November 24th and spend at least $25. You will then receive a statement credit in a couple of days.
You can receive this $25 credit for every card holder on an account. The list of participating merchants can be found on the Small Business Saturday Facebook page.
Make sure that you are prepared on the day that registration opens as there is a limit to the total amount of total users that can take part in the promotion.
The second half of the first round of the Airline World cup is complete. There were several surprising results including Continental, United, Air France, and Delta all being defeated in the voting. There was also a notable surge in votes from the Korean Air fans in the last couple of hours to topple Asiana.