JetBlue Barclays Problems, AA Broken Stroller Compensation, Prince William & Kate Denied by Hotel, Double SPG Points, Chase Recon Success & More- The Rehash!


It’s been a busy week over here with some good news on the credit card application front.

I’ve also been trying to figure out what to do with the upcoming American Airlines devaluation. Considering Kim, Lucas and I tend to usually fly coach, the upcoming changes aren’t such a big deal to us. However, I’ve been debating whether or not I should get in one last premium cabin award booking!

How has your week gone when it comes to miles, points and travel?And now it’s time to take a look back at some of this past week’s posts in a recap that I like to call, The Rehash!

Big changes for JetBlue credit card holders. Did you close Amex card in hopes of getting JetBlue Barclaycard bonus?

I was hoping to get Kim a Barclaycard JetBlue Plus but with the Amex closed and the JetBlue Barclaycard delivered is there still hope for the signup bonus? I sure hope waiting a bit will help!

While I’m not much of a fan of rides, I’d like to check this out. Watch out Disney, Nintendo theme park being built.

This hotel definitely did the right thing. Hotel turns down Prince William and Kate Middleton.

And yet another step towards normalizing visits (legally) to this once off-limits island. Independent travel to Cuba became legal.

This was big since I don’t know when I’ll get another approval from Chase! Reconsideration line success: Chase United Credit Card.

Finally this saga came to an end… Did American Airlines compensate us for breaking our stroller?

On the lighter side… If you like miles and points you won’t like this shirt!

A chance for Starwood bonus points. Earn double SPG Starpoints for dining.

Could this retailer be starting its own airline? Imagine, 5X points for booking flights! Amazon leases 20 Boeing 767 planes.

That’s all I’ve got!

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‘Til next time!

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