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Your comments and support throughout the years have been amazing! We’d like to show a little gratitude this week by giving away 10,000 British Airways miles.
British Airways miles can be difficult to use because award flights can come with high fuel surcharges. However, you can use their distance based award chart to your advantage by booking short flights at a bargain.
If you want to earn British Airways miles, you can transfer AMEX Membership Rewards points that you earn on cards like the AMEX Platinum card at a 1:1 ratio. And AMEX offers transfer bonuses from time to time. The Chase British Airways card also offers a 100,000 mile sign-up bonus a couple of times per year.
Check out my series, How to Book British Airways Like a Pro, for the secret to getting the most value out of British Airways miles.
We flew British Airways First Class from London to India and thought it was well worth the splurge.
How to Enter:
1. Leave a Comment
Please leave ONE comment telling me what is your favorite way to use British Airways miles.
I’ll pick 1 commenter who will win a 5,000 British Airways miles after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central Time on Saturday, June 6, 2015 (today).
Don’t forget to include the hashtag “MMSBritishAirwaysGiveaway”
I’ll pick 1 tweeter who will win another 5,000 British Airways miles after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central Time on June 6, 2015 (today).
Fine Print: The maximum value of this giveaway is $300. I make all the decisions regarding the giveaway and there is no appeal. I’m not getting anything from British Airways and I’m giving away British Airways miles, so don’t make this hard for me!
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