What a busy past two weeks! I spoke at an online FTU event last weekend and was lucky enough to get a few jobs from two longtime photo clients.
Not to get too personal here, but I can’t tell you what a relief it is for so many of us working in the entertainment industry that the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes are finally coming to a close. Right when we started getting back in the black after COVID, a pair of strikes crushed us. There were plenty of times I woke up in the middle of the night and didn’t fall back asleep. (And, no: not all of us travel-points-miles bloggers make millions of dollars, despite what people on social media say, precious few do.)
If you’re a regular — or even occasional — reader of this blog, thank you. Your support has literally kept lights on and mouths fed.
Thank you again.
Now, let’s check out some of the fun stuff we wrote about during the past few weeks!
One of my favorite airports is somehow getting improvements!
On a related topic: What do you think? Will Delta sell MQM this year? Here are some reasons I think they might.
A mom accused American Airlines of putting her kids in a room resembling a jail cell. (Related note: is Mom familiar with jail?)
Have you been to the Hyatt Place Itasca in Chicagoland? It’s a good property!
Want to score some 2025 MQD while getting a little Christmas shopping out of the way? You’re in luck!
If you need some MQD to qualify for 2024 Medallion status, check out this Premium Economy run to Paris.
Three Southwest Airlines credit cards now offer limited-time welcome bonuses.
I called Amex this week to see who’d blink first when I said I’d cancel my Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card.
There’s a great Amex Offer for getting 50% back on Uber rides and Uber Eats orders.
Here’s an update on Delta’s free Wi-Fi expansion.
Check out this Amex Offer for spending $100 and getting $100 back with InKind.
As always, thanks so much for reading, sharing, and commenting on the blog!
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