An update on email frequency – note from Chris

Screen Shot 2014-05-28 at 3.18.18 PM Hi Folks!

We are through week #1 of the new TravelSkills blog and we hope you like what you see so far!

If you are happy with what you’re seeing and reading, ignore the rest of this note and just click on this link to read our latest post:

Bigger, better RJs + Virgin website + More premium economy + ATL roadways + SFO on-airport hotel

New Weekly Option:

Several of you have asked for the option to get a weekly update from us (instead of the current daily updates).

If weekly is what you want, we’re here to deliver!

To switch to weekly, just click here to sign up for TravelSkills Weekly. Your frequency will switch to weekly and you’ll get one email from us each Thursday with links to that week’s posts.

Keep in mind you could miss out on time sensitive news and deals by switching to weekly.

Do nothing and you’ll continue to get one TravelSkills Daily email each evening.

As we were working through these technical issues yesterday, we skipped sending out a post, so if you missed it, here’s the link!

Bigger, better RJs + Virgin website + More premium economy + ATL roadways + SFO on-airport hotel

Thanks again for your patience as we work to make TravelSkills your favorite travel blog!

Best,

Chris chris@travelskills.com

P.S. Facebook is taking their sweet time merging our previous pages into the new TravelSkills Facebook page. If you like to stay in touch and get breaking news/deals updates that way, please visit the page and LIKE it. Thanks!

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