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Become Immortalized — as a Mermaid off the Florida Coast? Disney World’s Attendance Drop.

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People are lining up for their likenesses to be molded into mermaids — and dropped into the Atlantic Ocean.

Plus, is Disney World turning into the Tragic Kingdom?

We’ll get to those stories and many more in a few minutes. But first, here’s a quick recap of this past week on Rene’s Points!

We tried to clear the air a bit: Delta isn’t rolling over MQD or Amex spend to 2021 — but your MQM are safe.

Excellent news for MQD runners and the travel industry in general: Aeromexico got a little help in its bankruptcy battle.

There’s a very interesting Amex Offer for targeted Delta SkyMiles credit cards: 500 MQM after spending $1,000 — and it can be used up to fifty times.

Southwest and Chase announced new welcome bonuses for their co-branded credit cards last week. But which one is the best? Here’s my take — and the one I want!

We discussed five credit (and charge) cards with food service delivery credits.

It was fun to see readers weigh in on this post — and if you haven’t commented yet, please do!

We found a couple of fun mileage runs: one to Orlando and another to Tokyo!

A power outage during a very hot led to an impromptu staycation for my family this week.

Delta is making a number of changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. The most recent is extending their no-middle-seats policy into early 2021 — while starting to sell the entire Delta One cabins on some aircraft. René asked, which Delta changes would you like see become permanent?

Don’t mess with Hawaii locals — especially when your wedding violates coronavirus travel restrictions.

More Travel Headlines!

You Could Be Transformed Into a Mermaid Sculpture for an Artificial Reef in Florida

Disney World attendance has plummeted 80% even as Florida COVID-19 cases are on the decline

San Mateo County’s message to visitors: Please stay away during fire fight

COVID Has Transformed Las Vegas’ Glamorous Restaurants

Quarantine and Travel: Strict Penalties, Rare Enforcement

JFK Overhaul: Port Authority Needs $3 Billion to Move Forward With Construction

Omni considers selling several properties

Ex-Navy SEAL in bin Laden raid is banned by Delta for refusing to wear mask

COVID-19 pandemic puts airport terminal projects on pause, while others move forward

Inconsistent Recovery Leads Southwest To Cut October Schedules

Former Hertz CEO agrees to pay to settle SEC charges

Ryanair to cut significantly fewer jobs after pay deals

Why Being Grounded for Months Was the Best Pandemic Outcome for This Airline

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Rene’s Points For Better Travel, a division of Chatterbox Entertainment, Inc. has partnered with CardRatings for our coverage of credit card products. Rene’s Points For Better Travel and CardRatings may receive a commission from card issuers. Opinions, reviews, analyses & recommendations are the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, endorsed or approved by any of these entities. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.


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