Roundup: iConsumer $85 Bonus, Airline Makes Strangers Share Room, Surprise Vacation, Sued for Review and Mores

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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Sign Up for iConsumer, Get 500 Shares (Worth ~$85)

Shopping portal iConsumer has been offering a signup bonus of 500 shares for a while. But their shares are now worth 17 cents each, which makes this a bonus of $85. You need to complete a $25 purchase to get the bonus. Sign up now or read more here.

2 strangers missed a flight and were asked to share a hotel room with one bed

Air Canada offered to put them up in a nearby hotel, but with a catch: There was only one room available. When they arrived, the hotel surprised them by saying the only room had only one bed, Mahele Nyota said. The man offered to sleep on the room’s sofa. Read more here.

The First Overwater Bungalows in Antigua and Barbuda Come With a Private Butler and Infinity Pool

Each adult-only unit includes its own infinity plunge pool and a hammock that hangs over the ocean. With a private deck, glass floors, and direct ocean entry, the bungalow’s complimentary snorkeling gear and Bluetooth speakers will quickly become a daily necessity. Read more here.

This company will plan a surprise vacation for you

Pack Up + Go, a Pittsburgh-based travel agency, launched in January 2016 and has sent about 16,000 travelers on 8,000 trips to 90 destinations across the country. The catch? The whole trip, from the destination to what to do there, is a surprise. Read more here.

Posting a negative review online can get you sued

For one man in Florida, what he thought was a simple review turned into a year-long battle in court. Read more here.

United Airlines Forgot to Remove the 737 MAX From Their Schedule

While United announced that they were pulling the 737 MAX from their schedule, they apparently forgot to actually do it. Read more here.

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