Frequent Miler’s Week In Review – January 10, 2015


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

January 2, 2015

Evaluating the old Blue Cash $50k limit – A look at the recent $50k bonus category spending limit imposed on the Old Blue Cash card and how it effects that card’s value.

January 5, 2015

3 miles per dollar everywhere, uncapped – Review and summary of cards which offer 3 points per dollar where those points can transferred to airline miles or used to purchase airfare at a rate better than 1 cent per point.

January 6, 2015

Predictions for 2015, 83.3% guaranteed – A look back at Frequent Miler’s 2014 predictions, how they panned out and a look forward with brand new predictions for 2015.

January 7, 2015

1800 Flowers portal clawback – Do portals still payout when you use a promotion code on a 1800 Flowers purchase? A real world test.

January 8, 2015

30,000 miles to nowhere. $25,000 spent, probably for nothing – Does the US Airways Mastercard 10k EQM spending threshold bonus count towards the US Airways Preferred Status trial?

January 9, 2015

Bet You Didn’t Know: Getting a second US Airways Mastercard – Julian is back with tips for ensuring the greatest chance of success in getting a 2nd US Airways Mastercard before the product goes away completely.

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I do not like this concept. A summary of the posts I can see for myself on the same page when I connect here.

Waste of electrons. I’d rather you go back to no sat post.

Greg The Frequent Miler

I understand why it would be irrelevant for some, but is it harmful? The target audience for this are those who view posts primarily via subscription, especially email. A lot of readers get the daily emails and that’s all they see. And, any days that I do post more than once, the extra posts get lost in those emails. So, I believe that summary posts like these will help that audience a lot. Plus, once we add posts from around the web, we’ll be helping those who don’t read lots of other blogs.


Well, this feels weird.