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DOT reverses course, risk/reward on future awards, and more

In this weekend’s Frequent Miler week in review around the web, read what you need to know about getting your money back for canceled flights, ponder whether now is the time to gamble on future bookings, details on the options available to small business in terms of the stimulus package, and more. US Government: Airlines Must Contact Everyone They Refused A Refund To And Offer One Finally. Thank you to the Department of Transportation for…

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Skyway robbery, nice move from Chase, huge sweet spot ending, and more

This weekend’s Frequent Miler week in review around the web is tinged with the current battle between customers and airlines: many airlines are trying to squirm out of offering refunds and it just isn’t right to keep your money when they can’t provide the service unless they want to offer you an incentive to accept a voucher. Read on for some of the current stories out there — but also a really nice move from…

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Consultations for charity, investing in a bear market, bailout demands and more

From a popular blogger offering consultations for those giving what they can to a wish list for what consumers could demand in exchange for big bailouts, strategy for investing given the current market situation, and more. Read on for this weekend’s Frequent Miler week in review around the web. GSTP OFFERING TRAVEL AND POINTS E-CONSULTATIONS, FOR CHARITY… Gilbert Ott at God Save the Points is offering 30-minute miles-and-points consultations to raise money for charity for…

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United cutting costs, tour museums from home, quarant-camping, and more

This week’s Frequent Miler week in review around the web brings us tips on finding places to get away from it all (and everyone else), how to tour a museum from your couch, a top Prestige tip, United’s eye on cost-cutting, and more. Want to Travel *AND* Simultaneously Self-Quarantine? Go Camping! Camping is like bowling for me: it sounds like a good time, I have fond memories of doing it with friends when I was…

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Domestic destinations, creative routings, AA tossing the baby w/ the bathwater and more

In this weekend’s Frequent Miler Week in Review Around the Web, we have tips about domestic destinations that are worth a trip and some nice tips on creatively piecing together more trip for the same net cost. Also read about the Middle Age Miles AA shutdown – it really seems that AA has resolved to throw out the baby with the bathwater. All that and more below. Avoiding International Travel? I’ve Got US Recommendations For…

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Findings between the lines, changing plans in light of coronavirus, and more

In this week’s Frequent Miler week in review around the web, find a trick that might help you find extra value from your Mastercards, read about changing plans in light of coronavirus (even on nonrefundable tickets), why you may (or may not) want to wait to match to Mlife Gold status, and more. TRY THIS TRICK TO FIND VALUABLE WORLD MASTERCARD BENEFITS Bethany Walsh at Bougie Miles continues to knock it out of the park…

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A new use for Ultimate Rewards, living on $0.40/hr, Emirates F for 27K and more

In today’s Frequent Miler week in review around the web, we have news that Chase will soon bring a new option online for redeeming Ultimate Rewards points that has me kind of excited, read a story about a couple that lived for a year on less than twenty bucks a day, find out how to score a (very short) ride in Emirates First Class for 27K points and more. Chase Will Soon Let You Book…

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Easy points you don’t want to miss, miles & points after life, premium econ across the pond and more

In this weekend’s Frequent Miler week in review around the web we have a reminder that it never hurts to ask for easy points, how to plan for the life of your points after death, a premium economy option for crossing the pond that might be worth considering and more. Match To A Higher Signup Bonus (Don’t Leave Points On The Table) When a welcome offer increases, readers frequently ask if we think the issuer…

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What to do with a locked AA account, paradise lost at Atlantis, the state of travel to Asia, and more

Should I or shouldn’t I? Fork in Road

In this week’s Frequent Miler week in review around the web, read about how one customer is trying to hash out plans moving forward with a locked (but not yet shut down) American Airlines AAdvantage account, thoughts on travel to Asia given the current concerns over coronavirus, a nice improvement from Raise.com, and more. Planning & Strategy in the Face of an AA Lockdown Craig at Middle Age Miles recently wrote a really engaging read…

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