What’s the Points is back! Checking in from a quick vacation I’m taking, I give you my final thoughts on the Chase Sapphire Reserve, some executives changing spots at big airlines, and American’s foray into the crazy and unfriendly world of dynamic award pricing. Click through for the video!
Today on What’s the Points I go over the new Business Class seat announced by Delta, go on a good rant about corporate travel policies and how airlines are changing their seats as a result, and talk about the final details of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. Check it out!
It’s another edition of What’s the Points! Today we’ll cover quite a bit from some new folks who have yet to be mentioned in previous episodes.
As always, please please let me know what you think in the comments! I’m looking forward to seeing how this grows but want to make sure I’m covering what you’d like to see.
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Shower. Massage. Champagne. A Porsche to drive you to your plane.
All of these things are found at the best airport lounges in the world. The lounge visit is a crucial part of the travel experience for me, particularly when traveling internationally. There’s just something about having a quality meal, a few quality beverages, and a relaxing shower or massage that gets my mind right before I fly.
I get asked pretty frequently to talk about my favorite lounges in the world. I have not visited all of the great lounges out there but I’ve been to quite a few. Let’s take a look at my five favorite lounges and then I’ll tell you about some lounges I want to visit next.
Andy shares a unique tip for those who don’t like carrying around a bunch of credit cards or follow the advice of financial advisors who discourage the use of credit cards.