Cheap Miles for Domestic Flying, An Easy Way to Automate Amex Offers, Chase Ink Strategy Under New Rules & More!

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Welcome to the Frequent Miler Week In Review series. Every Saturday we bring you some of the best posts from around the web. Enjoy!

This Week Around the Web

How I Spun that Best Buy iPad Deal Into Thousands of Points/Miles at No Cost Using Ninja Tricks – An example of how stacking multiple promotions and rewards programs can net a significant amount of points.

Automate Twitter American Express offers the (really) easy way – Perhaps the simplest way that is left to automate Amex Offers tweets.

Hi, I’m Ben… And I Don’t Travel The World For Free – About the Rolling Stone article, what it got wrong and what the truth actually is regarding flying around the world for free.

Thoughts towards earning domestic airline miles as cheaply as possible – With the recent demise of a couple of mileage earning debit cards, what are the best options for earning miles for domestic flights as cheaply as possible.

American Express changes process for Business Card Authorized Users and why you should care – A recent change has made it easier to get authorized user cards on business accounts without all of the previously required information.

Shot Down By Chase Ink Retention – My Experience & Determining an Ink Strategy Going Forward – Getting no retention offer on a Chase Ink card and thinking over an overall strategy now that Chase’s new rules for churners are in effect.

List Of Third Party American Express Credit Cards – A comprehensive list of Amex cards issued by other banks.

Is the Citi Prestige Already Ripe For a Devaluation? – Why this card’s generous benefits may soon drive Citi to make some changes.

Have a great weekend!

About Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Shawn Coomer has spent nearly a decade circling the globe for pennies on the dollar. He uses that first-hand knowledge and experience to teach others how to achieve their travel dreams for the least amount of money possible.

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Comments

  1. Somehow I developed a very similar method to automate tweeting amex offers by combining IFTTT and twitterfeed, without knowing the blog post you mentioned here. I published on my Chinese blog a couple of days ago.

    However, after the Amex Exxon offer was tweeted by offersbot and repost by all of my twitter accounts, all of my accounts (15+) got suspended. What’s more annoying is that twitter doesn’t have direct phone number to resolve this! After filing two appeals with two different accounts, I finally gave up — I have no confidence that twitter is gonna listen to my explanation. After all, this anti-spamming act is legit and my fight against it is pale.

    I’m not sure if that was because @offersbot complained to @twfeed and twitterfeed reported it to twitter?! Anyways, I’m trying to register for some new twitter accounts and test some other strategies like direct fetch from Amex’s favorites tweets (isn’t it how @offersbot works?!)

    Hope this data point helps. I guess if we know how twitter inspect spammy-like accounts and hopefully no one reports to twitter, we will be safe in the future…

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