Greggs vs. Waitrose for BA inflight food, and more news from this week
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Each Saturday, we round up the top miles, points and travel news that you might have missed on TPG U.K. this week. Here’s what you need to know:
This week, British Airways ended its partnership with M&S. The rumoured replacements are believed to be Greggs or Waitrose. We asked the TPG U.K. Lounge which they would prefer — check out what they had to say.
In other British Airways food service news this week, we learned that the carrier is bringing back hot meals in some cabins.
As of tomorrow morning, arrivals to England from Cyprus and Lithuania now have to quarantine for 14 days.
Last week’s travel corridor update saw the Canary Islands added to the list. And as a result, airlines scurried to relaunch routes in order to meet the new demand.
After a one-week holiday in Puglia, Italy, I just wasn’t ready to come home. So, I extended my trip — and saved over £150 in doing so. Find out why I think now is the best time to travel for those who like flexibility.
With the U.S. largely off the table for British tourists for now, Virgin Atlantic is setting its sights on the Caribbean for the winter travel season.
American Express made another attempt this week to offer more value cardholders of its most premium card. This time, cardholders get £100 to use at Harrods.
After two days with the new iPhone 12 Pro, here’s why this staffer loved it.
If you’re already looking forward to 2021 (and, really, who isn’t?), consider one of these deals.
Finally, we take a look at the 13 mistakes you’ll want to avoid making at an all-inclusive resort.
Featured photo courtesy of British Airways.
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