New Centurion Lounge Restrictions, MLK National Park Open Despite Shutdown, Huge United Business Card Sign-Up Bonus and More

Jan 19, 2019

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Each Saturday, we round up news stories that you might have missed from the week before. Here’s the top miles, points and travel news you might have missed on TPG this week.

Amex Closes Centurion Lounges to Cardholders at Final Destinations

Now you really won’t plan on sticking around at the airport once you’ve made it to your final destination.

A park ranger giving a tour at Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. (Photo by: Jeffrey Greenberg/UIG via Getty Images)

Delta Serves as Hometown Hero, Funds MLK National Park Reopening

The government is shut down, but this special national park will be open before MLK weekend.

Say what?!

Fans celebrate at a stadium football game. (Photo by adamkaz / Getty Images)

How to Use Points to Attend the Super Bowl in 2019

TPG’s Summer Hull breaks down exactly how you can get to Atlanta on points to cheer on your team in the 2019 Super Bowl.

Lazy River JW Marriott Orlando (image courtesy of hotel)

It’s Official: ‘Bonvoy’ Is the New Name for Combined Marriott Rewards, SPG and Ritz-Carlton Rewards Programs

Let’s hope the new program is better than the name. . .

Virgin Voyages’ First Ship Will Feature the Sea’s Swankiest Suites

Have you seen the bathroom?

13 Expert Tips for Eating Healthy on Planes

Unfortunately, you might want to lay off the alcohol.

My Christmas Miracle: El Al (787-9) in Economy From New York to Tel Aviv

TPG’s Isabelle Raphael rated the experience a 79/100.

The view from a cable car on Sugarloaf Mountain in Brazil. (Photo via Shutterstock)

Brazil Will Soon Eliminate Visa Requirements for US Citizens

“President Bolsonaro wants to embrace the United States as a partner of Brazil,” said Brazil’s Tourism Minister, Marcelo Alvaro Antonio.

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