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Frequent Flyer Miles: What Should I do?

August 21, 2013

If you’re a traveler who has amassed a great sum of Frequent Flyer miles, then you’ve come to the right place. There are so many things you can do with your miles, and so many ways to maneuver them to your advantage. I’ve compiled a few websites and articles to check out that will help you get the best from all of these miles.

Global_Alliances-200xAirline Alliances, Transferring Miles
It’s helpful to become familiar with which global airline alliance your frequent airline of choice resides in, and who their partner companies are. The 3 airline alliances are: Oneworld, SkyTeam, and Star Alliance. Almost every airline belongs to one of these, and if you are well versed enough on which airline flies where you’ll be able to fly free anywhere with your miles. How, you ask. By credit cards rewards programs and switching miles from one airline to another. For example, Delta is a part of SkyTeam and British Airways is a part of Oneworld, but they are partner companies, which means when you earn miles with one they are transferable to the other. Knowing tricks like these gets you a lot more use out of your miles because now not only can you travel with any SkyTeam partner, but you could transfer them to British Airways and travel with any Oneworld partner. allows you to track all of your balances and loyalty programs in one convenient spot, as well as see daily incentives. It also gives you the ability to trade, exchange or buy between programs so you can build your balance faster. Say you have almost enough American Airline points and a few United points. You could try and trade those United points for the points you needed. You can also redeem points into PayPal credit or for gift cards from 100’s of retailers, or even for travel. This website gives you many of great options. is a website to get money for your miles. Check out their FAQ page to answer all your questions, but it’s completely legitimate and legal. They rank number one in customer satisfaction and claim to give people more for their miles than your credit card company would pay. And it’s instant! This is a very simple site for people who are tired of those lingering miles, aren’t looking to take a trip, and need some money. Check it out.


travel-hacking-beginners-guide How to Be a Travel Hacker
This blog article gives you some great advice on every aspect of travel and how to hack it. You get an in depth look at finding your ticket, and even some looks into accommodations and attractions. Make sure to read all the way through because it talks about using your miles in many different ways.



For the best travel articles, I always go to SmarterTravel. This article, entitled “For Credit Card Miles, Just Say ‘Charge It’” talks about your miles in every which way, and gives you great advice too. From giving you the history of the Credit Cards reward program, to explaining how to choose the best card for you, this article really has it all.

If you have any questions about frequent flyer miles, feel free to give us a call and we’ll be happy to help in any way we can, or if you’re ready to book a trip our flight specialists are always eager to assist you. Happy travels!

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