Amazing Hotel Deals, Milking the Club Carlson Credit Card, Finding MS Opportunities & More!


Welcome to the Frequent Miler Week In Review series. Every Saturday we recap what you might have missed from Frequent Miler during the week and bring you some of the best posts from around the web. Enjoy!

This Week From Frequent Miler

Top 7 ways to milk the Club Carlson card before and after June 1 – Maximizing the Club Carlson card both now and after the upcoming devaluation.

How to maximize Club Carlson point earnings: 30,000 points plus 92 points per dollar – Stacking currently available Club Carlson bonuses to earn hundreds of points per dollar spent.

FM email 6X: blog posts, quick deals, portal alerts, newsletter, deal alerts, and advanced alerts – New advanced deal alerts and simplifying Frequent Miler subscription options.

Considering the 1.2 million mile Necker Island challenge… Who’s with me? – How to manufacture 1.2 million miles to stay for a week on Richard Branson’s private Caribbean island.

Bet You Didn’t Know: Manipulating the Citi ThankYou Flight Search Engine – Maximizing ThankYou point redemptions by getting Citi’s flight search engine to show you the best possible options.

This Week Around the Web

A 2nd Update To ANA’s New Award Chart – What Bargains Are Left?– ANA has made a second update to their new award chart which has eliminated some of the sweet spots.

What Changes Can/Can’t Credit Card Issuers Make In The First Year Of Approving A Card? – You will probably be surprised with how much a card issuer can change in the first year.

Hotel Point Value Distributions – Analyzing point redemption values at a number of properties in each chain for different dates throughout the year.

6 Ways To Get “Amazing” Hotel Deals – Some great techniques for finding the lowest cash rate possible for hotels.

How To: ITA Matrix syntax and what it means for you – Every code you need to know to take advantage of the full power of the ITA Matrix.

Case Study: How to Find Manufactured Spending Opportunities By Yourself – A step by step guide for what to look for when discovering new avenues of manufacturing spend.

Have a great weekend!

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