Roundup: Big Airbnb Signup Bonus, 7.5K Miles to Hawaii, Apple Card Coming in August and More

This is a list of news from around the web which I came across in the last few days. I found these articles interesting and somewhat related to the travel and deal content you regularly see here at Danny the Deal Guru. Sometimes just interesting and not related at all, but I hope you enjoy them just the same. If you come across any interesting articles, please send them my way.

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Airbnb Signup Bonus, Get 15% Off (up to $400 Discount) + $15 for Activities

If you don’t have an Airbnb account, now it’s a good time to sign up, especially if you plan any expensive stays. You can save up to $400 on your first home booking, plus get $15 for activities. Read more here.

7.5K each way to Hawaii

You can fly from the mainland US to/from Hawaii for 7.5K each way in economy class. If you can find it, business class is 12.5K each way. Read more here.

Tim Cook says Apple’s credit card is launching in August

Apple CEO Tim Cook said during the company’s fiscal third-quarter earnings call on Tuesday that the Apple Card will launch in August. Read more here.

Citi is making its trendy metal Prestige card even heavier

The Citi Prestige Card had a metal design before, but it’s been updated to be even heavier: 18 grams, up from approximately 12 grams. Read more here.

Capital One BuyPower Business Card $500-$2,000 Bonus Earnings

Capital One is offering up to $2,000 in Bonus Earnings on the BuyPower credit card. Bonus earnings can be used on the purchase or lease of a new GMC or any other GM vehicle. Read more here.

All Hyatt Category 1 Properties Where You Can Redeem Suite or Club Award Nights

There are few better hotel deals out there then Hyatt Category 1 hotel stays. But it gets better when you consider the value of redeeming suite or club award nights at Hyatt Category 1 properties. Read more here.

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