A writer suggests that airlines, travel agents, and hotels shouldn’t be the only ones getting travel-related bailouts.
And Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is seeing more homeless on its property.
We’ll check out those stories and several others in just a few minutes. But first, here’s a quick recap of this week at Rene’s Points!
The big news this week was Delta extending Medallion status into the 2021 year. Not long after that announcement, the airline said it suspended automatic upgrades and blocked out middle seats.
Has the coronavirus impacted your future travel goals? Are you prioritizing certain trips that maybe you otherwise wouldn’t have?
Here’s how René is enjoying some barbeque — and points — right now.
It’s difficult to use the Amex airline incidental credit right now. I came up with some ideas how American Express could appease its premium cardholders.
More than 600 Southwest Airlines employees reportedly have coronavirus.
TSA officers in Wisconsin are buying lunch for airport employees.
A posh hotel is offering coronavirus apartments. They’ll even test you for the deadly bug.
Meanwhile, a cruise ship dubbed the “most haunted hotel in America” may become a floating hospital.
Dosh and Staples teamed up for a 3% cashback offer. (It was 5% when we originally published our post last week — we hope you took advantage of that rate!) It’s worked for gift cards, so keep that in mind.
If you need a good, portable power source, definitely look into this myCharge AdventureUltra Portable Charger, which is 54% off at Amazon!
I saved over $100 by trimming some fat and combining deals on my streaming subscriptions. Here’s how.
A cruise ship became the center of a coronavirus-related homicide investigation.
A terminal at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Burbank Airport closed Friday because of decreased passenger traffic.
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