How to Quickly Find What You’re Looking for on Million Mile Secrets

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If you need some help finding the latest deals, credit card recommendations, or more information on a particular topic, this post is for you!

How To Quickly Find What You're Looking For On Million Mile Secrets

We’ll Point You in the Right Direction!

Here are some tips on how to navigate the site.

Are You New to Miles & Points?

Our Beginner’s Guide will help you get started in 10 easy steps!

How To Quickly Find What You're Looking For On Million Mile Secrets

Just Click on the “New to Miles & Points” Tab to Find Out How to Get Big Travel With Small Money!

Need Credit Card Suggestions?

With credit card sign-up bonuses you can earn millions of airline miles and hotel points.  But the deals change often.  Click on the Hot Deals tab to find an up-to-date list of my favorite credit cards.

How To Quickly Find What You're Looking For On Million Mile Secrets

The “Travel Credit Cards” Tab Is an Auto Feed From the Banks and Does NOT Always Have the Best Deals

Do You Have Questions?

Here’s how to find the answers:

1.   Google Search Bar

The answer to your question may already be in previous post.  Use the Google search bar to find out.

How To Quickly Find What You're Looking For On Million Mile Secrets

Enter Your Keywords to Search the Entire Site

2.   Leave a Comment With Your Question

If you need some help, just ask!  You can leave a comment with your question at the bottom of each post or on the “Contact Me” page.

How To Quickly Find What You're Looking For On Million Mile Secrets

We’re Here to Help, So Don’t Be Afraid to Ask Questions!

I especially enjoy helping folks who are part of the Million Mile Secrets community.  So it helps to have a Gravatar!

How To Quickly Find What You're Looking For On Million Mile Secrets

It’s Nice to See Your Smiling Face!

Don’t Get Left Behind!

Deals come and go, policies get updated, and award charts change.  Here’s how to keep up with it all:

1.   Subscribe to the RSS Feeds & Daily Emails

I like using RSS feeds because I can get the headlines from several different sites in a single location. This makes it easy to quickly scan through the latest news and read only what interests you.

How To Quickly Find What You're Looking For On Million Mile Secrets

RSS Feeds Can Save You a Lot of Time & Hassle

I use Feedly, but there are plenty of great RSS feed readers out there.

You can also sign-up to receive email updates for free.  You will only receive 1 email per day and you can unsubscribe any time.

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2.   Stalk Me on Facebook & Twitter

23,000+ readers follow us on Twitter and 11,000+ like us on Facebook.  Join them to stay on top of the latest news.  Especially for airfare deals that can expire quickly!

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Bottom Line

Knowing how to get around will help you get the most out of Million Mile Secrets.  Have fun learning all the tricks to collecting miles & points for Big Travel with Small Money!

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