Read about the reopening of Disney’s Aulani Resort, opening an installment loan to increase your credit score, Delta has agreed not to devalue SkyMiles program, man jailed in Thailand for a negative review, and Marriott could lose 122 hotels.
Secret documents that reveal how the giants of Western banking move trillions in suspicious transactions, incredible Amex Platinum flight discounts, France imposes restrictions after record cases, what happens when an airline send refund to closed account, and NYC Ferry faces cash crunch.
American Airlines $160K scam, renting out an entire hotel in Istanbul, some new Amex Offers are now powered by Drop, ABCmouse settles for $10M, and Samsung launches its own credit card.
A churning story, two new JetBlue credit cards in Puerto Rico, Spirit Airlines using its loyalty program to raise cash, living on Las Vegas Strip for $1K/Month, and what cruises look like now.
New ‘bullet plane’ that aims to revolutionize air travel, Prime Air delivery drones, the dirtiest places in hotels, United canceling flights within seven days of departure when load factors fall too low, and Amazon will provide fulfillment services for the new Toys “R” Us brand.
Bots have been winning T-Mobile Tuesdays giveaway contests, some new details on how the Chase Sapphire Reserve $300 credit works, American Airlines asks for $2,500 to take care of 52 hidden city ticketing cases, Southwest reports ‘modest’ improvement in travel demand and turns down government loan, and BofA customers finds an extra $2.45 billion in his account.
New facial recognition payment option rolled out in L.A. area, Ames sales practices, United bets on sun-seekers with new Florida flights, American Airlines bans certain masks from its flights and airlines still holding billions in refunds wed to customers for canceled flights.
Some of the coronavirus impact might be permanent, lying on a credit card application, traveling again, Marriott posts huge loss, Amazon looks to turn malls into giant fulfillment centers and Google turning Android Phones into seismometers.
Enhanced unemployment benefits expiring, early retirement for Cathay Pacific pilots, Qatar coming to the rescue of British Airways and Iberia, the Airbus flying taxi, CLEAR offering coronavirus screenings, and Delta banning a certain type of face mask on its flights.
How to apply for a credit card without a SSN, life in a country without coronavirus, Thailand islands are empty, domestic destinations that feel like international hotspots and new restrictions for Venice gondola rides.
Why you should never put novelty souvenir stamps on your passport, how credit card companies select you for special offers, a new digital checkout experience powered by Amex, Discover, Mastercard and Visa, Americans paying an extra $577 annually in fees and other expenses, and The Maldives is now open to all global tourists.
Ms Borges withdrawing AA complaint after the airline’s response, JetBlue LAX expansion, 3 people test positive for Covid-19 after taking Delta flight, American Airlines flight attendant, 61, dies suddenly while working and Chase Sapphire Reserve reconsideration approval.
SoFi becoming a national bank, returning Aussies paying for their hotel quarantine, Americans rapidly shrinking their credit card debt during pandemic, fewer Americans may get a second stimulus check and Robinhood installing bulletproof glass after frustrated traders kept showing up at its office.
NYC hotels not changing sheets, wiping down surfaces, Americans will remain barred from European travel, American Airlines gets rid of social distancing measures, Apple launches ‘Path to Apple Card’ and some Amex Offers easier to redeem.
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Forget About Travel Shaming, Mask Shaming Is Here // United taps frequent flyer program to back $5 billion loan // Barclays Uber Card No Longer Accepting New Applications // Airbnb-NYC Settlement Means Hosts Will Have to Pay Taxes or Leave the Platform // Here’s what that Capital One court decision means for corporate cybersecurity
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Amazon Partners With Goldman Sachs On Small Business Credit Lines // Robinhood traders cash in on the market comeback that billionaire investors missed // Glass-bottom deck opens atop China’s ‘horizontal skyscraper’ // When We Get To Travel Again Leave Your Entitlement At The Boarding Door // LaGuardia Airport’s new Terminal B main entrance set to open this weekend