Last Updated on May 1, 2020Earlier this month I wrote on how to get your refund on non-refundable trips due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The idea is ….
Don’t settle for credits and vouchers. See how you can get cash back when you voluntarily cancel non-refundable tickets due to COVID-19.
Airlines now have to give you your money back. See how you can get your refunds after the Department of Transportation weighed in on the matter.
How the $2.2 Trillion CARES Act can save you money on new airfare bookings until end of this year, and what this means for your points and miles.
Examining the difference between how Cathay Pacific and Westjet handle customer service during the Coronavirus pandemic.
As the new Coronavirus travel restriction enforcement is solely based on an honor system. let’s examine the effectiveness of such restrictions and how they can be easily defeated.
Expedia charges different rates for car rentals on its website and app. See how much difference and if it justifies the double rewards points.
United waived my change fee and I only had to pay the difference in fare when I attempted to make a flight change more than 24 hours after booking.
In a surprise announcement today, United Airlines made it effective immediately that MileagePlus award miles do not expire. Previously, MileagePlus miles expire after 18 months of account inactivity.
What do you do when United’s own website shows different fare class availability and pricing for the same ticket under different sales country?