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Pastor Allegedly Urinates on Delta Passenger. A Country Introduces Its Own Loyalty Program!

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A man of the cloth on a Delta flight purportedly urinated on a fellow passenger.

Plus, a country is offering its own traveler rewards program!

We received plenty of feedback on this post. What do you think? Was this Southwest passenger’s outfit truly offensive? Or nah?

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

Lyft Pink memberships were extended by five months for some Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders.

I figured it would work but wanted to be sure: UPS Store purchases work toward the Business Platinum from American Express’ shipping credit.

René downgraded his Delta Amex Reserve card. Here’s why.

The American Express Gold Card introduced a welcome offer — and gives new approvals a half-year to meet the minimum spend requirement.

Check out the Chicago Seminars pre-event that aired on YouTube this week!

PetSmart threw Amex cardholders a bone — with this Amex Offer.

Beach photo with palm trees and blue ocean. Dominican Republic
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Some Travel Headlines from This Week

This story is just — wow. A woman alleges that a pastor relieved himself on her during a flight from Detroit to Las Vegas. The pastor apparently had a reaction to a sleep aid. (That’s a hell of a reaction.)

This Is the World’s First Country to Offer a Rewards Program

Is someone really flying around LAX in a jet pack? Trying to solve an aviation mystery

 

Delta Air Lines will stop blocking middle seats in first half of 2021

Top Gun Pilot For United Airlines Dies At Age 70

Airports Are Making Money From CLEAR Even During The Pandemic

Sheriff says police ‘omnipresence’ will stem Las Vegas Strip violence

Hong Kong and Singapore are establishing a ‘travel bubble’

Thousands arrive in Hawaii on first day of pre-travel testing

Qatar Airways Threatens Pilots For Taxiing With Two Engines

Hotel Industry Finally Gets a Relief Bill in Congress: What Are Its Chances?

Most Americans who are traveling for the holidays haven’t been out of town since pandemic hit, survey suggests

Airline refuses boarding to passenger with depression

Biggest Changes Cruise Passengers Can Expect Once Ships Return to Sailing

Brave Ghost Hunters Can Spend Dawn to Dusk Locked Inside One of Nevada’s Most Haunted Places

I thought ‘flights to nowhere’ were silly. Then I went on one

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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