Greg The Frequent Miler

Greg is the owner, founder, and primary author of the Frequent Miler. He earns millions of points and miles each year, mostly without flying, and dedicates this blog to teaching others how to do the same.

Seats.aero: a wonderfully nerdy tool for finding Unicorn flight awards [New: Alaska Mileage Plan...

Seats.aero is a mostly free tool which makes it easy to find close-in awards on long-haul flights.  When I first learned about this tool I was immediately captivated by it.  This is not a...
Party of 5

Party of 5 Starts Now! Frequent Miler’s 2023 team challenge begins June 1

The latest Frequent Miler team challenge begins today!  This morning, we'll make our way to the airport from the Hyatt Regency SFO and will fly Japan Airlines business class to Tokyo.  From there we...

InterContinental Ambassador: elite status you can buy

Now that IHG One Rewards has a decent elite program (see Tim's post: Is IHG Diamond Status Elite? My Experience Over 10 Stays At 5 Brands), you might think that the parallel InterContinental Ambassador...

Which award search tool is best?

This post has been updated since its original publication with updated details, including Roame.travel and Seats.Aero adding the ability to search for Alaska Mileage Plan awards. Airline miles offer us flying experiences we would never...

Bargain luxury in Hawaii: Greg’s Wyndham Vacasa experience

I believe that I was the first in the blogosphere to recognize (or at least publish) what an amazing deal Wyndham's partnership with Vacasa can be.  Over two years ago, I published "Wyndham Vacasa...

Curve card review: Awesome, but limited

Curve is the one card to rule them all.  Or it would be if it supported all common credit cards.  Instead, Curve is the one card to rule your Mastercard and Discover card collection. ...
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Under 5/24. Which cards should I collect next?

I'm a huge nerd when it comes to credit cards.  I collect them the way that others collect baseball cards or sneakers.  To me, the ideal cards for my collection are those that offer...

Plastiq Guide: Pay Bills via Credit Card

Plastiq is an online bill payment service that lets you pay almost all of your bills by credit card. This can be a good way to reach spend targets for new credit card signup...
Amex Transfer Partners

Transfer Partner Master List

In my opinion, transferable points programs are the most valuable points to accumulate.  These points can often be used at better than 1 cent per point value to book travel.  Even better, points can...

FM to Go. Coming soon to a town near you.

FM to Go is back!  Or, more accurately, we are planning to bring it back and you can help.  The idea behind FM to Go originated years ago when various readers invited us to...

“Must have” Chase cards

The best way to earn huge piles of points quickly is to apply for great credit card welcome offers.  As long as you meet each offer's minimum spend requirements and pay off your card...

How to find Qatar QSuites award space

Qatar Airways' QSuites business class is widely considered to be one of the best business class products available worldwide.  Seats can be configured to be either very private or with shared space as shown...

Hyatt goes next level with Mr & Mrs Smith [I’m excited!]

Points and miles make it possible for ordinary people to experience extraordinary things.  For me this has meant flying some of the most luxurious flights imaginable (such as Etihad Apartments), and staying in wonderfully...

Amassing Bilt Rewards [Non-rent options corrected]

Bilt's incredible 100% transfer bonus to Air France Flying Blue on May 1st suddenly has me drooling over Bilt Rewards points.  This may be the first transfer bonus I've ever seen where I think...

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