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Make your 4x appear, outgrowing biz class, a Disney switch, and using Maps to save places

In this week in review around the web, read about how to pester Amex to properly credit your points, the change that might alleviate tax on referrals next year, using Maps to save your destinations, and more. Read on for this weekend’s recap. How to Get Your 4x MR Points for US Restaurants on Your Amex Gold Card When Amex Only Gave You 1x Citi’s move to 5x at restaurants has kind of put Amex’s problems…

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Thoughts about those 1099’s, blacklisted by the Internet, hoarding points, and more

Big news this week was made when people began reporting 1099’s from referral bonuses courtesy of Amex. In this week in review around the web, there’s a post with thoughts about those, how to avoid getting blacklisted by the Internet, what you might miss after a year on the road and more. Read on for the recap from around the ‘net. Got an Amex Referral Bonus 1099? Here Are Some Practical Tips If you’ve missed…

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Easy Access to Morgan Stanley cards, more on the value of miles, MoviePass of the skies and more

This week around the web, we see a company wielding its ability to change its terms on the fly, some more depth to the discussion on the value of miles and points, how you can gain easy access to the Morgan Stanley cards, and more. Read on for this weekend’s recap. MoviePass of the Skies? JetSmarter Guts Terms After People Pay Years In Advance Ugh…MoviePass of the Skies is not a title anyone wants, but…

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AT&T experiments, stranded by Marriott, easy path to Altitude and more

This week around the web: get some tips for maximizing your AT&T Access More card (if you’re lucky enough to have one), an airfare tip to keep you from being overcharged, Marriott’s latest #fail, and more. One Year of Experimenting and Earning with the Citi AT&T Access More – What Earns 3x TYPs as Online Retail & Travel? The AT&T Access More card has not been available for new applicants for quite some time now.…

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Are the golden days over? Tips for the Cathay fares, trade foreign change for coffee, and more

Are the golden days of credit card rewards over? What do you need to know about those crazy Cathay fares? Can you load up your Starbucks account to use up your foreign change before you come home? Answers to some of those questions and more in this week’s Frequent Miler week in review around the web. Tips For Those Traveling On Cathay Pacific’s Special New Year’s Fares Did you get in on those crazy Cathay…

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How the shutdown may affect your trip, reclaiming old Hyatt points, change your Amex airline now and more

This week in our Frequent Miler week in review around the web, read about how the current government shutdown might affect your trip if you’ve got any national parks in your near-term travel plans, how you might be able to reclaim old Hyatt points, how I changed my Amex airline yesterday so I could use my credit before it expired and more. Partial Government Shutdown Effects in Hawaii Politics aside, I have a trip to…

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AA’s social media fail, ski for free, creepy credit card fraud, the best of Wyndham and more

As we’re now officially into the winter season, you might be interested to know that you can ski for free if you fly Alaska Airlines to the right destination. If you’re an American Airlines elite member, hopefully you didn’t give away your account information freely. Credit card fraud may be on the rise and getting more sophisticated. Those stores and more in this Frequent Miler week in review around the web. Alaska Airlines’ Free Ski…

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Hilton Times Square for free after canceled AirBnB, is a 3% APY Robinhood account safe, Prestige claim success and more

In this Frequent Miler week in review around the web, learn about AirBnB’s pretty customer-friendly response to a last-minute cancellation, get DoC’s take on that 3% Robinhood account, see the nonexistent Flying Blue award chart and more. Read on for the weekly recap. Airbnb Cancellation Puts Me Up in Hilton Times Square for Free Have you ever had an AirBnB host cancel your room at the last minute? In an expensive city or during high…

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What might be a cool tool for MSers, bad news for abusers, camping on Kauai, and more

In  this Frequent Miler week in review around the web, we have some bad news for those deemed to be “abusing” or “misusing” the system as that Amex welcome bonus indicator seems to be less reliable than a reasonable person would expect. There’s also what I think could likely be used as a useful tool for those buying gift cards and money orders, a thrifty trip to Kauai, how you might be able to get…

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