Excited to travel as soon as you get the COVID-19 vaccine? Dr. Anthony Fauci apparently thinks you should still stay put.
Plus, the TSA confiscated an alarming number of guns at Tennessee airports.
We’ll get to those stories and much more in a few minutes. But first, here’s a quick recap of this past week at Rene’s Points!
If you hold an American Express card that comes with an airline incidental statement credit perk, Sunday is the last day you may make any changes.
A Delta flyer who lost their job decided to use some e-credits their former employer bought while still employing the person in question. And now it’s come back to bite both parties.
A rather disturbing scene took place recently in an immigration hall at London Heathrow Airport a couple of weeks ago — and that’s an example of why I’m not traveling right now.
If you have a hard time figuring out how to use the Amex Platinum’s Saks Fifth Ave benefit, we have a few ideas for you.
Need a space heater for your work-from-home setup? Check out this soon-to-expire deal!
With all of the stock market buzz lately, now might be a good opportunity to take advantage of the Motley Fool Amex Offer. Make sure to read our update to this post!
The latest Delta Air Lines earnings call is not exactly confidence-inspiring when it comes to the state of SkyMiles. Get Rene’s take.
Did you see the new glazed donut grilled cheese at Walt Disney World?
If you’re on the fence about getting the Chase Sapphire Preferred card, its updated welcome offer might help make your decision easier.
Delta issued a weather waiver for nearly 10 cities in the Midwest earlier in the week. Were your travels affected?
A pair of Frontier Airlines flight attendants apparently said a passenger should be on the no-fly list and maybe stick to traveling by car. Why? Because the passenger voiced concerns about someone else on his flight who appeared ill.
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