One of the best tricks miles and points enthusiasts use is concentrating their efforts on collecting transferable points to use on award tickets, hotel stays, and more!
Instead of focusing on earning points in a specific frequent flyer or hotel guest program, folks who collect transferable points have many more options for how they use them!
That’s because you can choose to transfer your points to dozens of different programs.
The World Awaits: Transferable Points Give You Many More Options for Big Travel With Small Money
Let’s look at why transferable points are a great deal along with some of the best ways to use them!
Million Mile Secrets reader Brian commented:
I’m totally new to miles. My wife and I would like to go to Hawaii. I have enough American Airlines miles to get us there, but need help with hotels.
Where should I start? What’s a good chain or card to collect miles on for Hawaii?
Planning a trip to Hawaii is very exciting, Brian! Congratulations on earning the American Airlines miles to get there!
Brian and His Wife Have Enough Airline Miles to Fly to Hawaii – but Where Should They Stay?
Let’s see what strategies Brian can use to get Big Hotels with Small Money in Hawaii!
Welcome to the next installment of our interview series where folks share their thoughts about Big Travel with Small Money!
Miles & Points Interview: Early Retirement Ahead
Chad writes Early Retirement Ahead to help folks with financial planning, budgeting, and traveling for less.
And he’s giving away a $25 Amazon gift card!
Chad’s Honeymoon Destination, Hawaii in 2013
How and when did you start collecting miles and points?
The last time I wrote a full review on the Chase Sapphire Preferred card was 4 years ago. And since then things have changed!
It’s time for an update on all the benefits you’ll get with Chase Sapphire Preferred because this is still my favorite card for folks new to this hobby!
You’ll earn 40,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points with Chase Sapphire Preferred card when you complete the minimum spending.
And 40,000 points is worth at least $500 in Big Travel!
40,000 Points Is Enough for 2 Nights at Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar in the Bahamas
I’ll explain why this is 1 of my favorite cards!
When traveling overseas, your friends and family will want to check-in to be sure you’re safe. And they’ll want to know all about your trip and (if you’re like me!) you might have some work to do!
So How Do You Stay Connected Overseas?