There are a lot of perks when it comes to traveling with status; bypassing long security lines, boarding early, upgrades, the list continues… I’m almost to priority status with United so I don’t always get to enjoy these luxuries, but when I travel with The Husband I do. It’s been awhile though since I’ve checked bags so I was surprised to learn my bags also get priority status (at least on United). Love it!Question for you guys, do you or have you paid to upgrade your airline tickets to priority status level? Why? As a person who already has status, do you care? Why?
Perks of Traveling with Status
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