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I came home from a travel this past Thursday to a package that I had never expected. I have to admit, it surprised the heck out of me to see a
I included in the weekly a post from Mike, writing for One Mile at a Time, about vacation time in the US. Folks commented on that post, that it was
Recently, I shared some tips for requesting a Gesture of Goodwill, and many folks shared their experiences which was awesome. I think it’s a great story when an airline stands
This past weekend’s #FT4RL was a great way to spend it. I learned a great deal, and met a lot of great folks. I already shared some initial thoughts. But
Usually I (and others far more efficient than I) work these meet-ups in the Saverocity Forums, however I thought I’d put it out on the blog to get greater interest.
This past weekend, I had the privilege to speak at Dia’s 3rd Family Travel for Real Life #FT4RL conference.
I will be upfront. My wife and I are DINKS, Double Income, No
This is perhaps a rhetorical question. After all, miles and points are currencies, but they are very finicky currencies. Meaning, their value can change at the whim of an ai..
This past Thursday I had the chance to attend the Freddie Awards. For a little background, the Freddie Awards, named after Sir Freddie Laker, the founder of Laker Air, Britain’s ..
Many who know me, know that I’m a big fan of Qatar Airways. In fact, nearly half of my American Airlines Executive Platinum status is going to be earned on Qatar Airways