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On a recent Aer Lingus flight, a woman was arrested after authorities found four pounds of meth in her luggage, and (perhaps unrelatedly) a man died. Yes, on one flight. These crazy events inspired TPG to ask readers to share their weirdest experiences in the air, and as usual, you didn’t disappoint. Read the horror stories here.
During certain “Off Peak” periods throughout the year, AA discounts its economy awards by up to 33%. TPG Contributor JT Genter lets you in on all kinds and tips and tricks to getting the most out of of AAdvantage award travel during off-peak times. Read more.
Rewards Card of the Week: Citi / AAdvantage Executive World Elite MasterCard
For just a few more days, you can earn 75,000 bonus AAdvantage miles after you spend $7,500 in the first three months with the Citi / AAdvantage Executive World Elite MasterCard. After you earn the bonus, you’ll have enough miles for a one-way international first-class flight on American Airlines or its Oneworld partners, including Cathay Pacific.
Last week we discovered a very interesting offer for British Airways business-class travel, combining Avios points and an AARP discount to save more than $1,000 on a round-trip flight. Unfortunately the Avios offer is no longer available, however we did get some good news: BA has extended its AARP discount for travel through March 31, 2017. Check out the article to see how much you can save.
Want more of the week’s hottest stories? Head to our Saturday recap right here.
Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ MasterCard®
|Intro APR||Regular APR||Annual Fee||Foreign Transaction Fee||Credit Rating|
|N/A||15.49% (Variable)||$450||0%||Excellent Credit|