The most seasoned travelers can attest–it’s really the little things that make the biggest difference when you’re exploring new territory. A few upgrades here and there and the necessary nuisance of going through airport security or going for a long-haul journey becomes a breeze; you might even get a couple of perks along the way.
From coach to business class
you want to get upgraded from your cramped coach seats up to roomier
business class, then you have to dress the part. Sure a t-shirt and
flip-flops might be comfortable for your flight, but the airline will be
less likely to put you with their top paying clientele if you don’t
look the part.
From deluxe rooms to suites
only time tardiness might actually be worth something. Checking in
later in the afternoon or even evening gives hotel front desks a better
idea of their occupancy; which means asking for an upgrade at this point
might be more feasible. Remember to be polite (you are boldly asking
for an upgrade, after all) and do so when there are no other guests