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- Doctor of Credit has a quick tip for differentiating Priority Pass cards that come with different benefits.
- On July 4th this happened… At the time when I read in real time on twitter I was going through a variety of emotions, now I just shake my head.
- Too Little Too Late from American for elite members… Gary received an offer, though I didn’t. I suspect that might be because I’ve had a total of 4 revenue segments on American this year as an Executive Platinum.
- United announced another devaluation. It’s not horrible but it’s certainly not good news. I still need to dig deeper myself, but Gary has a good overview.
Miles and Points:
- Matt shares Manufactured Spending at Sea, an interesting perspective if you’re going to spend a week or so on a ship and don’t want to let your manufactured spending drop off. It also sounds easier than going to Walmart.
- Ariana shares why the 5/24 Rule is no longer relevant.
- Introduction to Today’s Manufactured Spending
- Do this now if you have the Chase Fairmont Visa
- Resellers: Long Term Storage Fees hit 15 August!
- Observation Deck: 2017 Skytrax Airline Awards
- Are Skytrax Awards Perception over Reality?
- No more Electronics Ban for Abu Dhabi