We don’t typically check in for our flights until we arrive at the airport. I’m not a fan of mobile boarding passes so I’d rather go to a kiosk or wait on a line to get my boarding pass.
An interesting new option just became available for those checking into United flights. Continue reading Check In For Your United Flight with Alexa
I recently received an e-mail from US Bank about an offer where I could earn a free $25 Amazon.com gift card from their partner Viewpost.
Viewpost is a “secure online invoicing, payment and cash management services,” according to the message I received.
Here are some things which can be done with Viewpost: Continue reading US Bank Business Customers Can Get $25 Amazon GC for Free
Amazon is typically our go-to place to shop online for just about anything. With good prices and speedy delivery if you have Amazon Prime, you can get your items easier than going to the store.
I also like the fact that we get 5X points for shopping at Amazon. (Purchase Amazon gift cards at Staples using a Chase Ink card and boom, you’re earning 5X points!)
So how are packages delivered so efficiently? Items are mainly sent from an Amazon Fulfillment Center. Continue reading Tour An Amazon Fulfillment Center
Amazon.com has leased 20 Boeing 767 planes so that it can “handle more of its deliveries to the US”, according to the Daily Mail.
It seems that more and more people are relying on sites like Amazon for their shopping needs, especially with the speedy delivery that can now be expected.
Amazon currently uses FedEx and UPS to deliver most of its items and the cost isn’t cheap. Continue reading Amazon Leases 20 Boeing 767 Planes
Last night my brother Corey forwarded me an e-mail that he received from Delta Airlines Customer Care.
The message was a bit odd. Delta thanked him for reaching out, even saying how sorry they were for letting him down on the trip. They even offered him a gift!
The strange thing is that he hasn’t flown Delta in quite some time and hadn’t contacted Delta in years! Continue reading Delta Airlines Sending $50 Gift Cards By Mistake?
JetBlue already offers a solid amount of free entertainment during flights. From DIRECTV to their free Fly-Fi internet service you most likely won’t be bored during a flight.
Now the airline has announced a new option for those of you with Amazon Prime accounts which will be available later in the year. Continue reading Amazon Prime, JetBlue’s New Inflight Entertainment Option