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A Las Vegas-based casino gaming company will introduce cashless wallets for its slot play. And one news outlet says premium economy will be the “hottest airplane seat” this year.

Those are some of today’s headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that a cashless wallet is coming to Boyd Gaming’s properties, perhaps as soon as this summer:

Boyd expects its BoydPay cashless wallet will link to a player’s B Connected loyalty rewards card, which players can use to play or cash out on slots.

BoydPay also will allow customers to use their smartphones to pay for restaurant meals, show tickets and hotel rooms, according to Blake Rampmaier, Boyd senior vice president and chief information officer.

“By going cashless, our customers will be able to avoid the wait times and inconveniences associated with using cash and focus on enjoying their visit to our properties,” he said in a release.

And — I’m guessing here — finding it easier to sit at and pour more money into the slot machines.

CNN speculates that premium economy will be the greatest thing since sliced bread (at least in 2021). Here’s why.

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Meanwhile, Major League Baseball majorly overhauled its Spring Traning schedule — because of bus travel.

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