Running Out of First Class Meal Choice, Pissed Off TSA Agents, No More Hotel Turndown Service

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Martini Review of the Week: 

It’s Saturday and it’s time for the Martini Review of the Week. Take a look at this week’s top news, deals, and reviews below.

Find out What Happens When An Airline Runs Out of a First Class Meal Choice? On a recent Delta flight, the airline ran out of the chicken salad option by the time the last row in First Class was asked. Find out what one passenger did when this happened, and how the flight attendant handled the situation.


Wondering what annoys TSA screeners the most? Check out our post on How to Piss Off a TSA Agent at the Airport, with a few ways being wearing longs skirts and dresses as well as traveling with a cat. See the entire list in our post.


If you expect your five-star hotel to offer turndown service, you may want to think again. Popular turndown service could be going away next year, as this is one of seven ways how hotels will be changing in 2018. It turns out most of these changes aren’t so customer friendly, as hotels look to cut costs.

Drink of the Week:

  • Margarita on the rocks

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