Hilton’s Upcoming Budget Brand, an Inside Look Into Delta’s Flight Museum, When to Get a Cobranded Card and More
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Each Saturday, we round up news stories that you might have missed from the week before. Here’s the top miles, points and travel news you might have missed on TPG this week.
An unprecedented installation for major hotel chains: Hilton is opening a budget line of hotels.
You’ll be able to soar into the history of aviation and get a closer look at some classic Delta planes.
Here are the times you might consider applying for a cobranded credit card.
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Some cards have skyrocketed past CSR in terms of value.
Heads up! One TPG reader noticed her seat was downgraded.
TPG’s Ethan Steinberg broke down some scenarios points and miles are a reassuring source of coverage.
See what TPG’s Jessica Puckett thought of her first Alaska Airlines flight to Kauai.
Could United be favoring Airbus over Boeing for its transcontinental flights?
Find out why “Delta was the only airline to show decreased encounters with higher-level turbulence in the last three years.”
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