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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Sunday, September 3, 2017, that we think you should read.
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Did Citi 1099 You for American Airlines Miles? Get Money From a Class Action Settlement. – I don’t recall ever receiving a 1099 from Citibank, but it is worth taking a look at old records, because you could get a payout up to $245. File by Nov 27, 2017.
Why You Should Never Sleep Through Takeoff or Landing. – Anna falls alseep almost immediately after we take our seat. If I fall asleep during a flight, the landing is what usually wakes me up. After reading this, I think I need to start setting an alarm so I wake up before landing!
‘La La Land’ landmark Angels Flight, the world’s shortest railroad, rides again. – I work in Downtown LA and the Angels Flight train is a fun, economical diversion to the normal stress of a workday. If you’re even in LA, I totally recommend stopping for a ride.
Question: Can I bring guests into airport VIP lounges? – Lounge access varies widely, so read this detailed account based on status, type of ticket, and credit card types.
Ever wanted to be a Delta gate agent? One blogger did. Would you want this job? – Yeah, no thanks. I have enough work without taking on a job that is so unappreciated like this.
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