Fly in Main Cabin Select and get unlimited food, drinks and entertainment; extra legroom and a complimentary checked bag.
From Dupont Circle to Foggy Bottom, find the lowest prices at hotels across the capital
Book 14 days in advance to save on Amtrak's Northeast Regional service between New York, Boston, Philadelphia, D.C. and more
The D.C. in a Day bus tour takes you to all of the must-see spots in the national’s capital for half off regular prices.
Paddle the Potomac this spring and summer at the top-rated Key Bridge Boathouse. Subscribers can save 45% on a quick trip or a full-day outing.
"To see the city from a different perspective, check out the Boomerang Boat tour” says the Travel Channel. Save more than 50% on a two-hour trip this spring.
Thrillist lists Arcuri among the Best New Places to Eat and Drink in D.C., praising the "delicious" wood-fired pizzas. Subscribers can visit for 45% off brunch.
The Arlington Cemetery and D.C. War Memorial bus tour saves 50% on adult and child tickets through the end of the year.
Save on afternoon tea including snacks and dessert at Arlington's House of Steep, which was featured in The Washington Post last year.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Bethesda was "upping its game" (Bethesda Now) when this lounge opened in 2012. Subscribers can visit and save on three courses.
Serving "auténtico Salvadoran specialties" and "knee-knocking margaritas" (Zagat), El Tamarindo offers subscribers 50% off drinks and apps.
Subscribers can save up to 55% on a round of golf any day of the week through July at Marlton Golf Club, a "challenging and scenic" course (Washington Post).
Spend a Sunday casting into Chesapeake Bay waters on a semi-private charter. Subscribers can save 50% this summer during prime rockfish and bluefish season.
The Mount Vernon and Arlington Cemetery bus tour saves up to 35% on adult and child tickets through the end of the year.
"Ramen is the star at this Adams Morgan noodle house" (Zagat), which UrbanDaddy describes as a "rustic apothecary meets Japanese teahouse."
Sit down to a luxe dinner for two at the members-only City Club of Washington, which Travelzoo users praise for "delicious" fare and "impeccable" service.
"The food at Twist ... is solid every single time" says CityEats. Save more than 40% on Sunday brunch for two paired with endless mimosas and live jazz.
Zagat praises Assaggi Osteria's "convivial" vibe and "very good to excellent" cuisine (23). For $20, order $40 worth of any food on the dinner menu.
Mingle with "Top Chef" star Mike Isabella, "Hell's Kitchen" winner Chef Rahman Harper and others with this two-day pass to the National Harbor Wine & Food Festival on May 3-4, 2014.
Short for "Laugh Your Grits Off," LYGO Comedy DC earns praise from the Washington Post and DCist. Save 50% on a show with drinks for two.
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