Valet parking is half off (reg. $47 per day)
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Enjoy extra legroom, priority boarding and seating, one free checked bag, free food and drinks in Main Cabin Select.
The Wall Street Journal's "Middle Seat" column ranks Alaska Airlines No. 1 among all U.S. carriers overall in its 2014 Airline Scorecard
See the Golden Gate Bridge and ride the cable cars with this SF trip including roundtrip air.
The Oakland Zoo is home to more than 660 native and exotic animals and is rated 4.5 stars on TripAdvisor with a 2014 Certificate of Excellence.
Ride around downtown, North Beach and along the city's waterfront on an open-top double-decker bus for 45% off the regular price.
"Bocanova offers a lively warehouse-elegant ambience, killer cocktails and an appetizing pan-American menu," raves Oakland magazine.
With locations in Pacific Heights and Russian Hill, Milk+ receives 4 stars on Yelp; stop in either outpost for "a spotless paint job" (Allure).
Frommer's says The Fairmont is "the granddaddy of Nob Hill's elite cadre of ritzy hotels." Dine for half off at the hotel's elegant Laurel Court Restaurant & Bar.
Garibaldis is a "neighborhood institution [that] serves a broad seasonal menu of creative Cal-Med creations," says Zagat, noting its "understated elegance."
1515 Restaurant & Lounge on Main Street in downtown Walnut Creek "serves straightforward, feel-good food" says Diablo Magazine.
"For authentic Italian ... patrons point to this hip Mission hang turning out deliciously done pastas and world-champion pesto" (Zagat).
Set sail on the bay for two hours aboard the Freda B, a classic 80-foot schooner, on an evening cruise of your choice.
"Walking into El Gusano ... is like teleporting south of the border [to a] hacienda-inspired vacation spot," says the SJ Mercury News of this Oakland hot spot.
Feast on the eclectic and innovative creations of award-winning chef Kristen Thibeault at Kombu on Market.
Indulge in a spa day at the Four Seasons Silicon Valley at East Palo Alto, which "provides luxurious, contemporary style to the computer-savvy crowd" (Gayot).
Cruise the piers of Fisherman's Wharf, explore bustling Chinatown or zip through Golden Gate Park on a guided Segway tour for more than 45% off.
"Now, this is an izakaya," says SFGate of Izakaya Roku, praising the restaurant's authenticity and dedication to the true form of its namesake.
SF is home to hundreds of iconic movie scenes, from "Mrs. Doubtfire" to "Blue Jasmine." See more than 50 locations on a ride with San Francisco Movie Tours.
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