I hate devaluations. They are the worst part of this hobby. This one is interesting, the Alaska Singapore devaluation via unexplained chart changes.
Etihad is changing the way they price some (and maybe all) awards and it amounts to a huge devaluation, especially on some of the sweetest spots of their award chart.
American Express has been on a roll and not in a good way. All of these changes has me thinking: is it time to downgrade American Express cards?
Citi just started notifying cardholders that many benefits will be dropped from all of their credit cards in the next few months.
There is a new British Airways award chart for partner airlines but British Airways did not want you to know what the changes would be, we found out anyway.
Wyndham variable pricing now live and it is what we thought it would be. Wyndham did give us a search tool to confirm the demise of the program though.
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Chase has made another devaluation to their credit card lineup removing price protection from their card's benefits.