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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 Friday, September 7, 2018, that we think you should read.
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Soft Credit Check vs. Hard Inquiry. – When applying for credit, there is a huge difference between a soft and a hard credit inquiry. Did you know that there are ways to apply for a new credit card without having a hard inquiry post to your credit report? Pretty cool.
Everything You Should Watch Out for When Booking a Flight, According to a Pilot. – Definitely some important information. When traveling by myself, I’m always looking to get bumped to make some money to go towards future vacations.
How much do $19.20 Frontier Airlines one way tickets actually cost? – It is possible to avoid many of these fees, but, if you’re like most people, there’s no way your final ticket price will only be $19.20. We just like to travel with way too much stuff. Pack smartly and you can get away with just one “personal item” bag that fits under the seat.
This airline wants to find the hardest working person in America — and give them a free trip to Tahiti. – This would be totally epic to win! I used to work so hard when balancing a full-time job, blogging by night, and all of the responsibilities that come with being a Dad and a husband. I’m much happier now. And I hope whoever wins this prize realizes that there’s so much more to life than just work. Maybe this vacation will help them snap out of it and re-prioritize their life a bit.
What happens when you jump the fence at LAX? – Umm, the simple answer is “nothing good.” The complete answer is much more complicated.
The view from our @Delta flight at LAX. A guy ran onto the runway and started doing push-ups. Swiftly apprehended by @LAAirportPD before he could transition to sprints. @flyLAXairport #LAXPD pic.twitter.com/otYpZDO9cT
— Chad Ridgely (@ChadRidgely) August 27, 2018
5 Ways to Be a 5-Star Uber Passenger. – Just remember that your Uber driver is also rating you. Some places are starting to block passengers who fall below a minimum passenger rating, so be nice and chill when you rideshare. And if you haven’t tried Uber or Lyft, use my referral links for a nice welcome gift.
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