Roundup: 18-Hour Flight with Toddler, Google Fi Price Match, Netflix News, Spirit A Top Airline and More

This is a list of news from around the web which I came across in the last few days. I found these articles interesting and somewhat related to the travel and deal content you regularly see here at Danny the Deal Guru. Sometimes just interesting and not related at all, but I hope you enjoy them just the same. If you come across any interesting articles, please send them my way.
News Roundup

Am I Insane?!? I Just Booked An 18 Hour Nonstop Flight With My Toddler!

It’s business class with Singapore Airlines, so don’t feel too bad. Still a super long flight, and I can’t imagine what that would be like with toddlers. I’m not a big fan of long flights, kids or no kids. Read more here.

How to Find Your Netflix Freeloaders and Kick Them Out

Have you shared your account with too many people? Maybe you don’t even like some of them anymore. You can find out who’s still using your account and kick them out. Read more here.

PSA: Did The Google Fi Phone Deal? Price Match With Citi

Google Fi had an awesome deal. Now prices on a lot of those phones have dropped significantly, if you purchased using a Citi card then you can use the price protection feature to get refunded the difference making the deal even better than it was before. Read more here.

PayPal offers $500 advances for government workers during shutdown

PayPal Holdings, Inc is offering a new service in efforts to help federal workers not receiving a paycheck. Read more here.

Guess How Many Subscribers Plan to Cancel After Netflix’s Rate Hike

Of those surveyed, 71% said they would maintain a Netflix subscription after the recent price increase. This compares favorably with the 27% that said they “might” or “will definitely” cancel. Breaking that down even further, only about 3% said they “will definitely cancel,” while about 24% said they “might.” Read more here.

Spirit Pulls Ahead Of American And United In New Airline Rankings

According to a new statistical report assembled by the Wall Street Journal’s Middle Seat column, Spirit Airlines is now the number four carrier in the country behind Delta, Alaska and Southwest. Read more here.

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