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New and notes from around the interweb:
- The Platinum Card® from American Express has a $100 annual credit at Saks which is broken up $50 in the first half of the year, $50 in the second. So Steve suggests a reminder that the second half’s $50 is now available for use.
- Virgin Holidays has new packages to Las Vegas to celebrate divorce
- Younger workers and wealthier employees check in on work more during vacation which I argue can help you enjoy your vacations more.
- Why Disney avoids putting mirrors over sinks in bathrooms they’re moving you through the line faster.
- Every twitter interaction with an airline ever.
Hello Drew, I am sorry to learn of this, can you provide more detail to what occurred. HBB
— Delta (@Delta) July 10, 2019
- Forget debating the pay gap, they had to fly Sun Country.
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