In case you haven’t been hanging on my every word…. Here’s what you may have missed this week from Points With a Crew
IHG PointBreaks preview posted for July 28 – September 30 – new PointBreaks list! Hotels around the world for only 5000 IHG points!
Chase Ink signup bonus increased to 70K (in-branch) – highest bonus we’ve seen in awhile on the Chase Ink cards
Family boarding on Southwest Airlines – tips and tricks on how to get to sit with each other – Southwest is great for redemptions, but without assigned seats, how can you maximize your chances of sitting with your family
Coining a new travel term – Vendoming – 2 articles about the new travel term “Vendoming”
Around the travel web – full time hotel travelers, #MH17, going to the bathroom before boarding a plane and more – how much would you need to get to not go to the bathroom on a flight? And why some budget airlines might get you to answer that
Prior2Boarding interview – Jennifer from The Jetsetter’s Homestead – learn more about fellow P2B blogger Jennifer from the JetSetter’s Homestead
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