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Roundup: Articles From Around the Web!
Here are some posts that caught our eye that we thought you may find interesting! Let us know if there is anything good we missed.
If you ever used a BOGO coupon for a Croissan’wich you were probably overcharged. Go to DDG’s site for more info on the offer. Do not file false claims, please.
A great reminder to every one of us in this hobby. I know I get a high from getting new credit card approvals, as many of us do. I think we all fall victim to this on some level.
This is pretty surprising to me. This sounds like something United or American etc. would do. To not cut a check to a customer after 4 weeks is inexcusable.
It is no surprise that an airline would do this, especially American. But it is interesting to see it actually out there in the open. I know my rating would be terrible!
With so much uncertainty as to what exactly will happen with converted cards, I’ve been waffling on this decision.
Even though Diamond status with Total Rewards has been devalued for 2018 it still has some value – and you may be able to get it on the cheap. You can think status match that to other casino programs and Wyndham Rewards.
Some interesting articles this edition. I think the Dark Side of Miles and Points article hits closest to home for me. Which one do you find the most interesting?
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