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Next Nor’Easter – Be Proactive?

Next Nor’Easter – Be Proactive?

  1. Anonymous

    Trying to be proactive, however not sure if I am fretting for nothing. We depart PDX this coming Tuesday night on B6 for JFK and onwards to BGI. Rumor has it there is another nor’easter headed for NY Tue/Wed. Obviously we don’t want to lose any valuable vacation days and I am wondering if I should book one way tickets on AA (PDX-CLT-MIA-BGI) that avoid that storm. Original B6 tickets were booked using UR points, RCI (timeshare) points with all fees being paid with my CSR. We also upgraded to Even More Space on all three tickets using my CSR. There are no other options on B6 to get to BGI from PDX unless I want to be traveling for two days (PDX-LGB-FLL-BGI). What would everyone here do? What would Lucky do?!

    The hotel we have in Barbados for the first three nights was booked using UR points. We would prefer to not miss any nights, obviously, but if we had to miss one, what are my chances of getting my UR points back?

  2. rickyw

    Most I’ve heard is the stronger storm is supposed to hit NY area on Wednesday – so you should be okay for Tuesday.

    I would also closely monitor JetBlue’s site tomorrow to see if they issue any travel waivers.

    Thankfully if something does happen – since you booked so much with your Chase Sapphire Reserve, their travel insurance should really help you out.

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