I love to travel and I take the phrase, “the world is your oyster” in the literal sense.
Planning to savour the world one country at a time.
But the process of getting to my holiday destination—I find it extremely arduous, from packing my luggage to surviving the entire plane ride.
The latter is the worst, especially when you’re seated beside someone who has no sense of personal space.
You can experience it in economy class aka the bloodbath of flights, where you can hear babies screaming one corner and people snoring on the other.
Yeah, you could say that I should fly first class since I am so whiny…
Unfortunately, I won’t be able to ever enjoy the sweet, serene world that is first class and you know why?
Coz’ my bank account gave me this reaction:
But according to British author, Tilly Bagshawe, that isn’t the case.
She told Bloomberg in an interview that she flies around 100,000 miles per year and she has gotten upgrades using her miles by using two magic words.
The two magic words
Well, the said magic words are “revenue management“.
For those who are like: wtf is that
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