Best of Million Mile Secrets – September 2015

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UPDATE: The offer for the British Airways card in this post has expired.  But check Hot Deals for the latest offers!

1.    Did you know the Chase British Airways card’s huge 100,000 point sign-up bonus is back?

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

100,000 Points Is the Highest Sign-Up Bonus We’ve Seen for the Chase British Airways Card in a Long Time!

2.   You also learned about the increased sign-up bonuses of 60,000 points with the Chase Ink Plus and 30,000 points with the Chase Ink Cash!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

Chase Ultimate Rewards Are My Favorite Points to Earn Because There Are So Many Ways to Use Them! And Now You Can Earn More Points When You Sign-Up for The Chase Ink Plus & Ink Cash

3.  You learned how to earn $2,000+ in cash back with your Discover card and Apple Pay.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

There’s a Lot of Cash Up for Grabs If You Have the Discover it or Discover it Miles Card and a Compatible iPhone

4.   I explained why it’s now easier to earn the Southwest Companion Pass.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

With the Southwest Companion Pass a Friend Can Fly With You for (Almost) Free for up to 2 Years to Destinations Around the US, Plus the Bahamas, Belize, Costa Rica, and Mexico!

5.   Now you can earn 75,000 Hilton points and a $25 credit with the Citi Hilton Visa.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

With 75,000 Hilton Points a Stay at the Historic Waldorf Astoria Isn’t So Far Out of Reach

6.  I gave you all the details about the contract-free iPhone 6S you can get with the Citi AT&T Access More Card.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

With the Citi AT&T Access More Card You Can Get an iPhone 6S and Earn 3X Citi ThankYou Points at Online Retailers

7.   I showed you how you may be able to save 22% on gas, groceries, and at Amazon.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

Buying Gas Station Gift Cards Through Apple Pay With Your Discover Card, Could Save You Big Money at the Pump!

8.   You learned about about the 10 best deals in travel and how to make them even better.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

One of the Deals Is the 2 Weekend Nights You Earn With the Citi Hilton Reserve Card. You Can Get Big Travel With Small Money by Staying at Luxurious Hotels Like the Grand Wailea Maui

9.   I explained why getting approved for a business card may be easier than you think!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

Find Out If You Qualify for a Small Business Card!

10.   I shared the story of my 10-day stay at a Vipassana Center with NO electronics!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets - September 2015

I Wasn’t Sure I’d Make It Without My Cell Phone, but I Learned a Lot About Myself in the Process!

Bonus:   I let you know about really cheap fares to Iceland, Hawaii, Cancun, and Paris.  Fantastic deals like this don’t last long, so these prices are no longer available.

But follow me on Twitter and Facebook, so you never miss another deeply discounted flight!

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