TPG’s Business Card Picks, Amex’s Business Gold Revamp, Southwest Kicks a Violinist Off a Flight 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.
The first big step in separating your business finances is getting a business credit card… So which is best for you?
The Business Gold gives you the most points back in the categories you spend the most in.
“They only offered me one option – either the violin goes in the hold, or you get off … so I had to get off the flight.”
Decisions, decisions. Southwest’s new boarding and deplaning process allows flyers to choose the front or the back door.
These lounges in Priority Pass’ portfolio are beyond pristine.
Your Amex points just got more valuable.
What a mess.
WOW’s saving grace was once a competitor.
TPG’s Adam Kotkin found it to be an ornate hotel, but it could use a little updating.
Your contactless card will be en route later this year.
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