Best of Million Mile Secrets – April 2017

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1.   The personal and business versions of the Citi American Airlines Platinum Select cards are offering a bigger sign-up bonus of 60,000 American Airlines miles after completing minimum spending requirements!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

60,000 American Airlines Miles Is Enough for a Round-Trip Coach Flight From the US to Europe!

2.   The huge 100,000 British Airways Avios point sign-up bonus on the Chase British Airways card is back!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

You Can Use British Airways Points to Visit the Stunning Doonagore Castle in Ireland

3.   I let you know the details of the newly released US Bank Altitude Reserve card.  It comes with a sign-up bonus worth $750 in travel, and earns 3X points on almost anything!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

Time to Start Planning Your Next Tropical Getaway! The Sign-Up Bonus on the New US Bank Altitude Reserve Card Is Worth $750 in Travel

4.   Do you know the best credit cards to use at wholesale clubs like Costco and Sam’s Club?

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

I’ll Help You Decide Which Credit Card to Use at Wholesale Clubs Like Costco. So You Can Earn Miles & Save Money on Purchases You’re Making Anyway!

5.   Check out this post about how to save time & money using Costco Travel to help plan your vacation!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

You Can Save Money and Get Extra Perks When You Book Costco Travel Vacation Packages to Beautiful Spots Like Maui. Plus, It’s Quick and Easy!

6.   Make sure not to let you hotel card’s free anniversary night go to waste!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

Mark Your Calendar to Make Sure You Don’t Let Your Card’s Annual Free Night Expire

7.   Take a look at my list of the 10 best cards to earn cash back at restaurants.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

Be Sure to Earn the Most Cash Back at Restaurants by Using the Right Card!

8.   Want to earn more miles?  Check out this post about why you shouldn’t use your airline credit card for regular spending!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

Mazzy Is Especially Happy When Emily Makes the Most of the Points She Earns for Everyday Spending (Like Dog Treats!)

9.   Do you know about the app that will make logging-in to your loyalty accounts much easier?  If not, check out my review!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

The App Uses Secure Encryption Methods to Make Sure Your Passwords Don’t Get in the Hands of the Wrong People

10.   Theatre lovers, do you know the trick to getting Hamilton tickets before everyone else and for face value?  Check out that post, and Million Mile Secrets team member Jasmin’s trip report on seeing Hamilton in Chicago for cheap.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets April 2017

Million Mile Secrets Team Member Jasmin Saved a Fortune Using The Right Card to Purchase Hamilton Tickets for Her and the Kids

And I let you know about amazing deals like round-trip tickets from the US to Europe for ~$400a great offer for baseball enthusiasts, and cheap Choice hotel points!

These deals are now expired.  But if you follow me on Twitter and Facebook, you’ll never miss another sale!

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