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- Hyatt takes Suite Upgrades seriously, generally speaking the representative will put you on hold so they can confirm with the hotel. In the off chance that the hotel does not honor that upgrade upon check-in, good things can still happen, just see FQF’s account.
Miles, Points, and Credit Cards:
- Doctor of Credit reports that MSing is now causing shutdowns for other US Bank cards, not just the brand new Altitude.
- Don’t try maximizing your Discover 5x at Costco.com – apparently it’s not showing as a warehouse club.
- If you’re available in early June, why not fly the new Qatar Airways Q Suites between London and Doha. Gary Leff reports that it’ll be available starting 10 June.
Miles and Points:
- Frequent Miler and a whole slew of others are covering a United Airlines Prepaid Card. It will be a partnership with Netspend, which gives us an idea of how it will play with manufacturing spend. But there is so much more that is still unclear.
- PSA: Cancel, don’t change Southwest Flights
- Observation Deck: Frustrating Customers or Frustrating Customer Service?
- Credit Card Primary Car Insurance is not Equal