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.

Ultimate Rewards Mall Updates

The Ultimate Rewards Mall is showing some changes for the beginning of 2012. Here is what I’ve found so far: Sears drops to 4 points per dollar Not only is Sears planning to...

Frequent Miler’s 2011 Hits

Happy New Year’s day everyone!  Today you’ll find a list of my top posts from 2011 (based on my own subjective opinion).  Yes, I’ve only been blogging for 4 months now so it may...

Frequent Miler’s 2011 Fails

Frequent Miler has existed for only 4 months, so it’s a bit silly for me to produce a best and worst of 2011, but hey I’m on vacation so I don’t mind “phoning it...

Another way to earn miles through credit card spend

For those of you who, like me, are always on the lookout for more ways to spend a lot on your credit card and get most of it back, here’s another possibility: get a...

Another Hilton Gem

Update: This post includes offers that were valid at the time of publication, but have since expired. Please click here to see the best offers currently available. This morning I wrote about how the Hilton HHonors...

Surpassing Expectations

Update: This post includes offers that were valid at the time of publication, but have since expired. Please click here to see the best offers currently available. The Hilton HHonors Surpass Card from American Express might...

The Referral Backpedal

Yes, yes, I know: the only thing worse than another blog post proclaiming the God-like virtues of the Chase Sapphire Preferred card is yet another blog post fretting about whether or not the blogger...

No bonanza for GiftCardExchangeDay?

On Saturday I wrote about how GiftCardGranny was hosting GiftCardExchangeDay in which you could sell gift cards to resellers at a higher than usual price.  I’ve checked out a few gift card offers,...

My favorite Christmas present

When I write about my favorite Christmas present, I'm supposed to declare that my favorite Xmas present was the company of friends and family. Or, perhaps I should say that the sheep given in...

Post Christmas Cash

The day after Christmas you’re likely to have a few merchant gift cards lying around.  If you’ve been following my posts about Gift Card Churning, you might have more than a few. The...

When is an award flight a good deal?

Suppose you are looking for a good deal for a flight and you find that you can either buy a ticket for $400 or redeem 25,000 miles for an award flight. Which should you...

Top 10 ways spend a lot of money (and get most of it back)

For up-to-date tips on how to spend money and get most of it back, please see: Manufactured Spending Complete Guide The original post follows... The end of the calendar year is just about here. If you're...

Triple Dip Shopping at Barnes and Noble

Through a variety of tricks, it is possible to stack three discounts when shopping at Barnes and Noble!  Last week I wrote about how I was going to attempt to “double dip” at...

Join the gift card churning conversation

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the Art of Gift Card Churning.  The idea behind gift card churning is to buy, upgrade, and ultimately liquidate gift cards: all for the purpose...

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