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Earn Miles Without Flying: You may be familiar with airline and hotel loyalty programs which seek to reward frequent travelers. But contrary to what you may assume, you can easily earn hundreds of thousands of points and miles without actually traveling to earn them. Then, you can use those miles and points for your own luxury travel.

Frequent Miler is all about getting the most out of the loyalty game. On this podcast, Greg (founder of Frequent Miler) and Nick (senior author at Frequent Miler) discuss and debate current topics and strategies in the points and miles world. Available on all major platforms, you can pick your favorite podcast streaming service below, or watch the episodes on YouTube.

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Doing Hawaii with points

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Hawaii is calling. If you'd like to answer that call, we discuss this week on Frequent Miler on the Air the various tools you can use to make that trip get out of your...

What’s in our wallets?

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Since Samuel L. Jackson and Jennifer Garner won't stop asking, this week we discuss what's in OUR wallets (and why). Will the answer make Mr. Jackson proud? (Spoiler alert: Neither of us carries a...

Which is the most rewarding hotel loyalty program?

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Do you know which hotel program rewards its members the most for paid stays? If you thought there was a clear answer to that question, we'll leave you questioning what you think you know...

Bright spots in Hyatt’s 2023 devaluation

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Despite the doom and gloom you have have heard about Hyatt's 2023 category changes, the news isn't all bad. This week on Frequent Miler on the Air, we discuss the silver linings and what...

How to turn a $95 card into 4 ocean cruises

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It's currently at least theoretically possible to get a single card that costs $95 per year and turn it into four free cruises -- and maybe even more. This week, Greg and I talked...
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Jeanette

A list of NYC where you can attempt to use Marriott SNA would be very useful. The W Times Square is a property where SNA are eligible to be used. Thanks!

Steve

re:4/17/21 podcast; Amex Platinum
Do you have any information regarding Platinum Card updates re: business versions or Financial Services cards (Schwab, JP Morgan, etc…) I was thinking of going from the paid personal to the JP Morgan to get 2 for free without additional authorized user fee, so this summer might be the time to do so.
Always enjoy listening to the podcast!

Nun

Regarding your call about transferring points and being told to do it online, that Marriott rep might have been thinking of transferring points to an airline. Transferring between members is probably less commonly requested.

Frank

You guys seriously missed the boat on those Expedia points. Last November, 2019, Citi & Expedia dropped a 70k credit card offer (for about 48 hours), no annual fee, plus $50 travel credit (used on gift cards) per calendar year. My spouse and I both got this card and cashed in with VIP properties worth over $2200, totally free. Some places had few VIP properties, but many places had lots of options and we got incredible value.

Sam

FYI, Virgin Australia no longer flies to USA, So may want to update info on the Delta systemwide upgrades.

Last edited 2 years ago by Sam
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