The four elements of a job offer are compensation, location, position and decision date.
Interview series guidance says asking for more salary is a no-no. However, is it appropriate to negotiate +1 week of paid time off (PTO) for a 2% reduction in salary? Most US companies limit PTO to 2 weeks for the first couple of years of service, and mathematically it's an equivalent amount (52 weeks - 2 PTO = 50 weeks/100% salary =~ 1 week/2% salary).
Also, is it appropriate to negotiate to work from home two days a week? I live in Atlanta which has the 7th worst commuting traffic in the US, and driving across town every day can be soul crushing. I work in the IT industry, so the service I provide can be easily fulfilled remotely.
Lastly, is it appropriate to negotiate pre-approved PTO for existing travel plan during the offer process? For example, I've already paid non-recoverable fees for an upcoming cruise before I actively started job searching. The trip is also during my kid's school spring break, so rescheduling isn't a realistic option.