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We’re the traveling Pointsmans – nice to meet you! We’re chronicling our adventures in loyalty as we rack up points and miles, share our tips, tricks and best advice, and hopefully reach our ultimate goal: a family vacation for four to Europe.
Here’s a quick intro so you can get to know the family.
Taking steps toward adulthood can be rewarding in more ways than one. Here’s how to earn points and miles while paying utility bills, tuition and more.
Last month a friend of ours noticed 1,000 points were missing from his loyalty rewards account. While he was eventually able to recover the stolen points, the incident opened our eyes to the possibility of points and miles fraud.
As a family of frequent travelers, we belong to dozens of loyalty programs. While we do our best to keep our points and miles organized, some occasionally slip through the cracks and we forget to make the most of them before the expiration dates.
While Ada and I usually plan vacations to warmer destinations during the winter, we’ve decided to switch things up this year with a ski trip. From airfare to hotel stays to ski rentals, it turns out the cost of this a winter getaway can add up pretty quickly!
Every New Year, we spend time setting personal and family resolutions, from getting fit to eating healthier to being wiser with our spending. You can bet that topping our annual list is travel
It’s no secret that booking a flight can help you rack up frequent flyer miles. But did you know a hotel stay can do the same? A number of airlines have started dishing out frequent flyer miles to travelers who book a hotel through their websites.
Adding an authorized user to your credit card offers the opportunity for more points and a slew of other benefits. Here are a few of your favorites.
If you often find yourself spending too much money at the airport, here are some tips to use points and miles, rather than spending cash.
From vacations with friends and extended family to the occasional school trip, we often find ourselves traveling in larger groups. While group trips can be an absolute blast, there’s always a moment when we find ourselves questioning whether or not it’s worth the effort.