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I hope that you’ve enjoyed the past week of travel information – here’s a recap of what you may have missed from Points With a Crew over the past week or so

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It’s probably one of the biggest decisions you have to make when flying business class on a long trip – lie flat or angle flat seats.

Of course, most people will say that the lie flat seat is better, but HOW important are lie flat seats?

Are they worth taking on a more complicated (longer) routing with an extra overnight stop?


Did you take advantage of the recent Citigold checking account signup bonus?

One of the extra benefits were that you could fund your checking account with a credit card, and I had a ton of drama trying to fund my account

But now, the miles from my $39,000 purchase have finally posted!


A reader made a comment on a recent post taking me to task that I wasn’t traveling “enough”

While I don’t need to let other people define how or how often I should travel, it was useful to introspect and ask myself – “am I traveling enough“?

There were some great comments in the article from different people in different positions on both sides of the issue


Family Travel

  • A reader wrote in with a question – “How do you travel for cheap?”.  Calling for one-line answers, we came up with some pretty good answers – though my favorite might have been “Leave the family at home” 😀
  • A children’s video probably gave me the worst travel advice I’d ever heard.  But what’s the worst advice YOU’VE ever heard?

Miles, Points and Credit Cards

Other travel news

If you’re still up for more travel reading, here’s last week’s recap: 9 amazing sights to see, 3 tips to organize your credit cards and trying to get 25,000 Avios

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