Published on March 9th, 2017 | by William Charles43
Recap: eBay Concierge, Targeted Netspend 2k Limit & More
- Hotel offers free upgrade to air passengers stuck in the middle seat by The Telegraph. “…battling for the armrests”, if you get the middle seat you get exclusive use of both armrests (unless it’s four across, in that case you have to share with the other person in the middle seat). Anybody that doesn’t follow that rule is dead to me. Cool idea and great way to generate some buzz.
- Cool New TripIt Feature & 20% Discount for TripIt Pro by Running With Miles. Problem with TripIt is that Google has most of the same features and doesn’t charge anything. I swear I’ve gotten alerts from Google before letting me know I need to leave now to reach the airport on time.
- According to reader Audrey F eBay now has something called eBay concierge. It’s available for their ‘top buyers’ (no idea how they determine this). Audrey reports the following:
- all US-based attendants
- No wait
- Super helpful
- Gave an extra coupon
- If you still have a Netspend account, it might be worth logging in. Reader Heather O reports that they are now allowed a maximum balance of $2,000 (instead of $1,000) to earn 5% APY on. NOTE THIS IS A TARGETED OFFER, if it was for everybody I would have done a full post on this.