Disney Changing Pricing, Check Out A Cathay Plane for $16, JetBlue Devalues & More!

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Roundup: Articles From Around the Web

Here are some posts from around the web that I thought you may find interesting.  Let me know if there is anything good I missed.  Email me anything awesome that you find, or write, at Mark@milestomemories.com.

MoviePass’ parent company has boosted its share count by an unbelievable 80,000% since July — but it’s run out of room to issue new stock – Business Insider

Moviepass has been on a roller coaster ride for months now and everyone has been waiting for the other shoe to drop.  It looks like that day is fast approaching since they can no longer issue new stock.  I decided to move on from Moviepass months ago, see why I have resisted joining another movie plan.

World’s first Boeing 777 retires to Arizona air museum – CNN Travel

This will be a big addition to the Pima Air & Space Museum.  It is a good chance to get an up close look at a Cathay plane for a few bucks instead of a boat load of miles.

JetBlue Mimics Larger U.S. Rivals by Adding No-Frills Fare Class – Bloomberg

This is nothing more than a price increase/program devaluation.  Just like we have seen with other airlines, basic economy will be the same price that main cabin used to be and main cabin will now cost more.  I thought they may hold out, like Southwest has with charging for bags, just to set themselves apart.

Disney unveils date-based pricing for Florida parks – Travel Weekly
This doesn’t seem a ton different compared to the current system except it will be more fine tuned.  Each day will have it’s own price, I am guessing based on popularity in the past.  Currently pricing is broken into 3 buckets: peak, moderate, or value.  Time of the year and day of the week already plays a part of which bucket each day falls into.  This is a more dynamic set up though.

Conclusion

Which article did you find most interesting?  Remember to let me know of anything you come across that you want added into the next edition at Mark@milestomemories.com.

 

 


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