Miles and Points


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“How can you afford to travel so much?” If I earned some miles and points every time someone asked me this, I’d have more travel rewards that I could ever possibly use in a lifetime!

Flexible points, airline miles, and hotel points have been the #1 reason behind why I’m able to travel so much. I’ve used them to fly all over the world, from Patagonia to southern Africa to Southeast Asia, and Europe.

If you’re just getting started with award travel, get access to my FREE points and miles course, Travel Hacking Basics.

If you’re wondering which travel rewards credit card you should start with or get next, I recommend taking a look at this guide all about the first 5 cards anyone new should consider.

(Spoiler: The Chase Sapphire Preferred is my hands-down recommendation for anyone looking for their first travel rewards credit card.)

Use the guides below to help you learn how to earn and maximize your miles and points.

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