Expedia promises David Weitzman a 10 percent discount if he skips housekeeping during his stay. But the hotel disagrees. Who’s right?
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For some reason, passengers still think they’re being scammed by airlines when it comes to seat assignments.
They feel that way despite all the helpful comments from industry insiders who say the flying public should just read the fine print when they book a ticket. And they feel that way despite the argument that charging extra for seat assignments represents the free market at its best.
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Charles Stewart figures he should have known better. The promises made by his MileagePlus Explorer card from Chase — yes, the one that’s heavily promoted in airports and on travel blogs — looked too good to pass up.
Read more “What’s the price of a travel credit card headache? ‘Free.’”
I’ve called people who mindlessly collect miles lemmings. I’ve compared them to drug addicts and referred to their devotion to the loyalty lifestyle as cult-like.
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It’s time for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to take decisive action against hotels that insist on advertising partial lodging rates.
Read more “It’s time to end hotel resort fees once and for all”