News and notes from around the interweb:
- In a $125 million deal, Capital One has partnered with Major League Baseball and since there’s going to be a season this year, that’s awesome. I grew up an absolute baseball fanatic, but the strikes of the 90s wore on me. The new Capital One Entertainment could make it easy to become one again.
[C]redit and debit cardholders can look forward to accessing …exclusive tickets to special events such as All-Star Week (including Capital One PLAY BALL PARK), the MLB Postseason and the World Series presented by Capital One
…Starting on Tuesday, March 29th, Capital One rewards cardholders will be able to redeem their rewards for tickets to MLB games for all 30 teams through the recently announced Capital One Entertainment ticketing platform…as well as one-of-a-kind VIP experiences, such as private on-field sessions with MLB legends, batting practice access and more.
- Air India Bans Agents From Selling Canada Tickets Over Gouging (Skift)
- At least American Airlines used to put turkey pastrami in the middle.
Hey @British_Airways, just wondering if you’d be happy serving this to your customers?…and why have you removed bread rolls and the cheese from the inflight meal services. Your food on my flights were the worst I’ve ever experienced. Please show this picture to your CEO. pic.twitter.com/Pat1eR2KRT
— Richie Reeder (@richieareeder) March 23, 2022
- Taliban bans women from boarding an airplane without a male chaperone
- Breakfast is the only thing I can bring myself to eat at McDonald’s, so one of the worst Covid Cuts – to me – is that McDonalds no longer serves breakfast all day.
— Heather Becker (@TripleAAAMama) March 27, 2022
- Stop the insanity! The usefulness of a mask mandate aside, Europe is far more civilized requiring it at age 5 (or older, depending on country). If this baby had covid, forcing it to cry is going to emit more virus in any case.
— Leonardo Tartufoli (@leotartufoli) March 27, 2022