We’re halfway through the year and it’s time to look at what’s working and what’s not with hotel status. My patterns have followed largely what I thought they would have in 2019. I’m further ahead than I want to be in some respects, with too much time on the road. What’s your year look like chasing hotel elite status?
Side note: you can find my master Amazon Prime day page that will contain a list of all the deals I find over the course of the two Amazon Prime days. I’m a big fan of Bose gear. To be more specific, I’m a big fan of Bose as a company. They stand behind their product, they have a phenomenal replacement plan. I washed my wireless bluetooth headset a few years ago and they still replaced it for a minimal fee. There are a handful of Bose items I recommend that are on […]
Briggs & Riley makes some great suitcases. They may not look as sexy as Tumi, but they’re much better built and very functional. And, they’ve slowly gotten a bit more stylish over the years. But, the rubber hits the road with a true lifetime warranty.
Cheap cables die quickly. They’re cheaper than an Anker cable, but you’ll replace them when they stop working. Why not buy a cable with a lifetime warranty from a company with an awesome reputation?
There’s a million posts out there about Amazon Prime Day. I won’t get nearly the amount of content out that others have. Instead, I’ll be focusing on the items I like best that are also priced aggressively today.
Pretty cool news I wanted to share with you guys! My little corner of the internet ended up with a bit of press this month. If you’re flying Alaska Airlines this month, you’ll see an article in the July issue of Alaska Beyond magazine, the in-flight magazine in every seat back pocket on every Alaska Airlines flight. Titled “Family-Travel Podcasts”, it features my Miles to Go podcast and a picture of me recording a podcast segment. Quoting from the article: Recently celebrating its one-year anniversary, Miles to Go is a […]
What should you do when 150,000 miles disappear from your United Airlines account? How about when an agent promises to return 65,000, only to have another 20,000 disappear? My solution was to spend 9 hours on the phone. None of it worked. Find out what did. Buckle in, this is a long one.