The travel industry long ago abandoned the claim that their frequent-flyer and frequent-guest programs have anything to do with business travelers. Despite the moniker, frequent-travel plans are profit-generating marketing vehicles aimed at selling you credit cards, dining, phone service, coffee, flowers, chocolate, and just about anything you or the travel industry can imagine.
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