If you see them, buy them. Airline tickets & Anti-bacterial wipes

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A I R L I N E   T I C K E T S

[Updated Dec 2020] We are witnessing unprecedented changes to travel policies and flexibility, as we’ve never seen before. For over a decade, the biggest complaint we heard from clients was the airline’s change fee, $200/per person for most airlines. When you combine this with an increase in ticket cost, it could push your once affordable trip to the top end of your budget.

I feel the airlines have done an excellent job adjusting their policies to accommodate travelers during this pandemic.  Currently, most major airlines are waiving any change fees for tickets purchased now until December 31, 2020, for travel at any time. If you are considering a vacation for 2021 but aren’t sure if you will be comfortable traveling, as long as you purchase your ticket prior to December 31, 2020, you can change it for free. Delta Airlines has just announced that they are extending this policy to March 31, 2020 and we won’t be surprised if other airlines extend too. **  

Of course, there is a loophole; this new flexible policy does not apply to the basic economy class of service, which we don’t recommend in the first place. 

I’m a huge fan of The Points Guy. I find his content to be accurate and entertaining and I’ve enjoyed traveling vicariously through his adventures. He has maintained a consolidated list of all the airlines change + cancellation policies since March.

**some restrictions apply so check with your travel agent or your preferred airline before purchase.


A N T I – B A C T E R I A L   W I P E S

One of the hardest products to find since the pandemic began are travel-sized packets of antibacterial wipes. These wipes are essential tools for fighting the mobilization of Covid-19 and other illnesses in high traffic areas such as airports. Anti-bacterial wipes, used correctly, saturating the surface of every touchpoint and allowed to air-dry, is a practice we will likely all continue for many years. 

This pandemic has created an overabundance of trash from single-use items such as face masks so I like supporting this company because of their sustainability efforts. I’ve been stocking up on Trip Wipes, a less harsh but equally as effective product.