Definition of corkage
: a charge (as by a restaurant) for opening a bottle of wine bought elsewhere
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For air travelers, some of the best news heading into summer is JetBlue’s BYOB policy, which allows passengers to bring onboard and consume their own booze on all flights, providing it’s served by the airline’s cabin attendants (no corkage fee!).
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