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10 Unexpected Ways To Earn Miles and Points

Blog, Guides and How To, Miles September 12, 2016

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Time to travel to your dream destination. 10 Ways To Earn Miles and Points You Might Not Know About

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How to Pick a Travel Rewards Credit Card

Blog, Credit Cards, Guides and How To September 7, 2016

#1 Tip: Don't pay too many fees

#1 Tip: Don’t pay too many fees

Not all travel reward cards are built the same, and what may be a good option for someone else isn’t always the best deal for you. Here are six important questions you should ask when picking a travel rewards credit card:

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The True Value Of Miles and Points (September 2016)

Blog, Guides and How To, Miles September 3, 2016


Yay! Time to travel.

Do you know the true value of your points or miles?

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How To Get First Class Upgrades Without Status

Blog, Guides and How To August 26, 2016

This article is one of the best pieces we’ve seen about the current state of the upgrade game and how airlines decide who to upgrade. It lays out the best ways to make sure you get upgraded, even if you don’t have status or don’t even fly that much:


  • Use miles: If you buy an economy fare, you can often still use frequent-flier miles to buy an upgrade.
  • Bid on an upgrade using Plusgrade.
  • Pick your plane: Alter your strategy based on the number of premium seats aboard your flight. FlightNuts recommends SeatGuru.
  • Avoid business routes: Flights with a lot of business travelers tend to have the most elite upgrade competition, so avoid them.
  • Track your flight capacity: Use your airline’s mobile app (many now have real time upgrades info) or a site like ExpertFlyer.com to keep tabs on how quickly premium seats are being snatched up for your particular flight.

You can also buy upgrade miles here!

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