How Airlines have Devalued their Frequent Flyer Programs
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On the Sunday, October 13th edition of The Travel Guys on KFBK 93.1 FM/1530AM…
In the Travel News, Sacramento was ranked by Wallet Hub as the #1 city in the country when it comes to the affordability and availability of highly rated restaurants. Quite a step up for a sleepy state capitol. The Empire State Building in NYC has reopened their observation level, after a remodel did away with many of the things blocking the spectacular view for decades. Uber says it will roll out Uber Pet in select cities on October 16th. Currently, the driver decides if pets are allowed in the vehicle. The new system will insure the arriving driver knows and will accept pets. There is a $3-5 surcharge. Seven cities will see that new service next week but Sacramento is not on the list.
Airlines have devalued their frequent flyer programs this year by “floating” the number of points you need for award tickets. This is very bad news for travelers and in some ways spells the end of the Rewards programs as we know them. REAL ID will soon be the law of the land. We walk you through the process, with someone who just got their new ID last week.
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