You might get a very ugly surprise on your next Amex statement: charges for airline incidental credits you received years ago.
Plus, the TSA might soon examine more than your luggage.
Those are some of the travel and points headlines I thought you, too, might find interesting.
Report: Amex Clawing Back Some Airline Incidental Credits
American Express’ Rewards Abuse Team (aka “RAT” — cute and appropriate) is at it again. Miles to Memories reports Amex is going back two years and charging cardholders for Delta gift cards that credited as airline incidentals on eligible cards.
This news hits a couple of days after Amex announced statement credits for a number of its premium cards.
“They have to come up with the money for all of these new Platinum credits after all. I can’t wait to see how they find a way to clawback those as well,” quipped Miles to Memories’ Mark Ostermann.
TSA: Temperature Screening Agency?
The TSA may check something else as you clear security: your body temperature. (Hopefully, they use contactless thermometers and not more, erm, invasive methods.)
Holiday Travel May Be Busier Than You Think
People eager to travel and fairly confident coronavirus will be gone by later this year may be fueling a rush to book holiday flights.
Man Arrested for Camping — on a Disney World Island
An Alabama man was arrested after camping on the property formerly known as “Treasure Island” at Disney World.
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