Roundup: Articles From Around the Web!
Here are some posts that caught our eye that I thought you may find interesting! Let me know if there is anything good I missed. Email me anything awesome that you find, or write, at Mark@milestomemories.com.
Here are the articles for this edition:
MoviePass Removes Unused App Location from iOS with New Update – Engadget
Not surprising after MoviePass’ CEO openly admitted to tracking customers. I guess the backlash was big enough to make them change their ways. You can read my review of MoviePass and remember that their pricing has been reduced by 12% for a limited time.
The Opposite of Travel Hacking – Million Mile Guy
This story makes me sick to my stomach. If you already have a card and features get added, like actually earning points, they should be updated and added to current cardholders as well. This is why I don’t feel bad playing this game for miles and points or with bank bonuses.
US Bank Real-Time Rewards are Good, not Great – The Free-quent Flyer
US Bank recently made some changes to their award booking set up. Most applauded US Bank’s changes as they should. But it may have been a little over hyped. The Free-quent Flyer brings up some good points on why the changes are just good, not great.
Miami’s Platinum House – Art Basel Miami – Double Duty Daddy
This is a few months old but still worth bringing up. There are a lot of perks that come with the premium cards, American Express Platinum in particular, that a lot of people miss out on. This just goes to show that the deeper you dig the more value you find. Who wouldn’t want a complimentary night on the beach filled with drinking, dancing, and food?
Has Google has made it Harder to Find Cheap Hotels? – Skift
Interesting look at how companies display hotel search results. And a reminder to always scroll down a little further because it seems the best prices get buried. The almighty dollar does the talking here, like most places, and if you don’t pay to play you aren’t getting a seat at the table.
Which article did you find most interesting? Remember to let me know of anything you come across that you want added into the next edition at Mark@milestomemories.com.