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News and notes from around the interweb:
- Paypal introducing instant funds transfers
- The British Airways AARP discount has been extended through 2018: $200 off business and first class tickets, $130 off premium economy, $65 off economy and it works on already-discounted fares.
- A history of online travel agency battles with airlines and hotels
- In my opinion American Express has ruined their cardmember interface. But if you liked the old slider on the right side that showed you all your card balances at once, you just need the right link to see it.
- Refer someone to Southwest’s online shopping portal by July 4 and you each earn points when they spend $125 — 500 for you, 250 for them.
- Airlines are pressuring two airports not to accept advertising for passengers rights
- American provided travel to a kidney donor for free it’s a good thing they didn’t need to find AAdvantage saver award inventory…