Most travelers know it is possible to cancel a flight for free within 24 hours inside the U.S., but most don’t know it is also possible to do for flights departing outside the U.S.
Finally, a little bit of tech-forwardness. Twitter customer service is so dead.
Hot off the heels of Lyft, Uber has launched a “subscription” pass called Ride Pass. It differs a little bit from Lyft’s model in that it’s a subscription for discounts, not rides.
I almost dumped a guy once upon discovering that he loved to check in luggage.1
Urban city dwellers! Lyft recently unveiled a national monthly subscription pass that allows riders to take up 30 rides in a single month for $299.
Anyone remember that insane iPass deal for unlimited inflight Wi-Fi for just $10 per month that no one can get anymore?
Here’s how to beat the jerks at their own game. Basic economy, take that!