We’ve been working on all kinds of things here at Cranky Concierge, and since it’s been awhile since I last wrote about the service, I thought today’s news would be a good time for an update. Cranky Concierge clients now get 25% off inflight internet via Aircell’s Gogo service on flights that we’re following.
Now, if you’re flying Virgin America and AirTran, you’ll be able to log on during every flight for 25% less. Delta is making a lot of progress toward outfitting the mainline fleet, and American has over 100 planes. US Airways turns on the first of its 51 A321s that will get the service on Monday, and United offers it on flights between New York and LA and SF (not much coverage, I know). Continental and Alaska will both be coming soon. Oh, and don’t forget Air Canada. Remember, Concierge clients get many more discounts as well. If you have a product or service that you would like to offer at a discounted rate to Concierge clients, let me know and we’ll get you up there.
Here are some other things we’ve been working on recently:
- We now have a Cranky Concierge Yelp page up and running, so you can read reviews and, if you’re a client, leave one as well. (Thanks to the two of you who already have!)
- The Cranky Concierge Facebook page just received a major makeover. Come check it out and join in the conversation on the Wall.
- Stickers! Yeah, I had some stickers made, because they’re kind of cool. Want one? Sign up for Cranky Concierge and I’ll be happy to send one your way.
We’ve also started a referral bonus program. Cranky clients who send a referral our way will get a $25 credit when that person signs up for his first trip. Yep, that’s worth free assistance for one trip within the US and Canada or it can be put toward a bigger package. Pretty slick, huh?
We hope to be able to help some of you soon.