Amazon Prime reaching 142 million members in U.S., crypto startup is offering 8.6% interest on savings accounts, cruise line to require all passengers be fully vaccinated, designer reveals jaw-dropping New York skyscraper and countries without coronavirus in 2021?
New Covid variant spreading in the US, how to turn LATAM Travel Funds into cash, Goldman Sachs General Motors credit cards, Capital One fined for violating U.S. anti-money laundering law, and a $70 million offer to dig up Bitcoin fortune.
Staples offering to buy Office Depot for $2.1 billion, Australian lenders launch no-interest cards, a Hyatt Ziva Cancun stay cut short, Timeshare king Wyndham Destination buys Travel + Leisure for $100 million and Every NYC subway station now supports contactless payments.
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Royal Caribbean cruise to nowhere, Thailand is opening its borders to everyone, American’s favorite credit card will surprise you, Hanoi hotel coated in 24-karat gold, Dubai’s audacious Heart of Europe megaproject and another Italian town selling €1 homes.
Rapper who was arrested for using stolen cards to pay for private jets, yacht charters, private chefs and more, HP’s ‘free ink for life’ plan is over, Carnival cancels cruises through February 2021, CBP’s warrantless phone tracking, free fix for iPhone 11 devices, and expansion of Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
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You can get paid $10K for moving to Arkansas, Norwegian Air’s future after government declines more aid, Wells Fargo exploring selling private-label card unit, Anguilla, Curaçao, and St. Kitts and Nevis have reopened safely to tourism and Unsuspecting fraud victims receiving unsolicited debit cards.
$1B Bitcoin heist, cardholders paying balance in full, Visa faces antitrust suit, Florida will welcome its first and only snow amusement park, United lawsuit says they charge older people more, and downloadable American Express proof of travel insurance.
How being a good Samaritan led to a Chase shutdown, buying oneworld elite status through Finnair’s pints offer, airlines at risk of shutting down, FlyDubai launching flights to Tel Aviv and Prop 22 passes in California, exempting Uber and Lyft from classifying drivers as employees.
A new Hilton Garden Inn open up in Faroe Islands and nearly a decade late, the $4B Berlin’s Brandenburg Airport finally opens as well. New twist on ‘disturbing’ strip search of 13 Australian women at Doha airport, get $50K for moving to Italian town and starting a business, app-o-rama results, and CDC lift cruise ship ‘No Sail’ order.
Beam app customers struggling to get their money back, US Bank Visa gift cards no longer come with pins, New 3/6 Rule For The Citi Premier Card, No1 Lounges not accepting Priority Pass, T-Mobile’s TVision and Bahamas may delay reopening.
American Airlines and JetBlue launching a “strategic partnership” in Boston and the New York City area, 13 haunted hotels that you can visit for Halloween, Delta has added 460 people to no-fly list for refusing to comply with mask requirement, refunds possible for poor NYC subway service and some good news for Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available, it will be covered by Medicaid and Medicare.
American Express profits slumping by 40%, a CNB shutdown story, The Cromwell is reopening in Vegas later this month, Barclays will now issue AARP credit cards and Chase launches QuickAccept.
Read about Boeing Max now safe to fly in Europe, Amtrak’s new flash sale offers up to $500 discount, Airbus’ ZEROe program, Robinhood accounts hacked, and white-collared job losses
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