Here’s what I’m reading about in the world of miles and points:
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It seems like every time there’s a great deal to take advantage of, it inevitably goes away. That’s not surprising, the world of social media jumps on great deals and the companies that offer them need to be profitable. Chase has tweaked their definition of a restaurant as it relates to bonus categories for their Sapphire products. This won’t affect most people, but I’m betting some folks with big spend won’t be happy with this change.
China will purchase $1 trillion worth of aircraft over the next 20 years. The big question is how many of those will be from the Chinese aircraft manufacturers who are just starting to break onto the scene?
I really hate stories like this, mostly because I’ve been one of those fathers with an infant waiting on a shuttle bus. Why can’t companies just be honest?
Need a used A380? You might be in luck. I’m insanely fascinated to see who takes over these planes. I have to figure the price will get cheap enough that someone will, but they’re such a niche product right now, I’m just not sure who.
A pretty nice BOGO offer on Conrad and Waldorf hotels. This could make for an affordable, very pleasant stay at a luxury hotel.
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