Are Feds Shutting Down MS, Airline Upgrade Policies, Getting Points Back on Closed Accounts & More!

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week in review atw

Welcome to the Frequent Miler Week In Review series. Every Saturday we bring you some of the best posts from around the web. Enjoy!

This Week Around the Web

Chase Re-Ups Amazon: the High Water Mark for Co-Brand Credit Card Deals? – A look at the current state of credit card co-brand partnerships and why it is hard for banks to lure partners away from their competitors.

Summarizing Differences between Airline Upgrade Policies – The various types of airline upgrades available and policies that govern them.

Are The Feds Trying To Shut Down Manufactured Spend? – We have lost a lot of methods of manufactured spend lately. Is the government getting involved to shut things down?

Doubling of Discover Portal Cashback – How Long Do We Have? – With Discover taking so long to payout for portal purchases, it is time to calculate when to stop expecting double cashback for your purchases.

What to do when a bank closes your credit card and you have a points balance – If a bank shuts down your accounts and takes your points, you may still have some recourse.

Where the Widebodies Fly – How to easily find domestic flights operated by widebody aircraft.

How Many Amex Platinum Card Members Are There? – A look at the Amex Platinum cardmember base including average income and which geographic areas have the most members.

Have a great weekend!

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