A YouTube personality duped people into thinking she visited Bali. And Walking Dead fans have some sad news from the West Coast.
We’ll get to those headlines and more in a few minutes. But first, here’s a quick peek of the past week here at Rene’s Points!
Don’t forget: we’re holding a SWAG Saturday this weekend! See what we’re giving away and how to enter.
Frequent floater René is already done booking cruises for this year. Here’s why.
Complimentary first class upgrades seem harder to get these days. If you want first class, you have to book it — but here are a few ways to save money (or do it for free).
It was sort of an interesting week for — exit row news? First, I asked if people sitting in exit rows should be held to higher standards. And then Delta nicely retrofitted their A321s — making the rear exit row seat area very attractive. Several readers added great comments — make sure to check them out even if you’ve already read the post.
This Real ID stuff could really get ugly in October.
Runway construction forced Delta to suspend its Atlanta to Stuttgart service.
Discover, Citibank, and Capital One appear to have launched their own versions of the dreaded Amex Financial Review.
Celebrities, business travelers, and average tourists were all part of an MGM Resorts data breach.
It turns out that eliminating contrails might drastically affect climate.
A coronavirus-infected couple rode a Delta 767 from Honolulu to Japan.
I blogged a travel adapter deal earlier this week. The price went up a few bucks but the coupon code should still get you a nice discount.
Want to spend a long weekend in Rome? Check out this premium economy, mini-vacay run we posted!
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