Blog Giveaway: iPad Mini With Retina Display!

Blog Giveaway: iPad Mini With Retina Display!

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Emily and I want to thank you for supporting our blog!  So this week we’re giving away an iPad Mini with Retina Display.

Blog Giveaway iPad Mini With Retina Display
You Could Win an iPad Mini!

I always have my iPad with me because it helps me track my finances and mile & point balances on the go.  I use the Award Wallet app to keep tabs on all of my award accounts and the Mint app gives me easy access to my bank and credit card information.

When you have lots of credit cards and use gift cards to meet the minimum spending, along with many award program memberships this hobby can get confusing.  How do you stay organized?

How to Enter:

Leave a Comment 

Please leave ONE comment telling how you track and organize all things miles & points.

I’ll pick 1 commenter who will win a iPad Mini after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central Time on Saturday, December 13, 2014 (today).

Good luck!

Fine Print:  The largest value of this giveaway is…insert drum roll please…$400!  I make the final decision for this contest and there’s no appeal.  I’m not getting anything from Apple and I’m giving away an iPad Mini, so don’t make this difficult for me!

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I use AwardWallet to track my points. Thanks!

Excel spreadsheet!

Track them in Excel along with estimated value of all points.

I've tried other apps and programs like excel but so far I prefer to create my own organizing system with unlined paper and pen. I fold the paper in half and use the inside to hold relevant receipts and other information. On the top pages, I list the cc's I have and their opening bonuses and various benefits in a visual format that appeals to me and makes sense at a glance. I add highlights, stars, and other notes as part of my thought process, and if I cross something out, it's there for later reference. Also, if my iphone dies, is damaged, or lost while traveling (which has happened!!) I have a hard copy to keep me going.

Not a total Luddite, I've also created iCal notifications for any 0% APR and free annual fee exp dates, along with filters and folders in gmail for emails with mileage and rewards statements and cc offers, and I check my mileage via apps or desktop sites on a regular basis.

I'll try out AwardWallet now that so many others seem to love it so much, and if I had a tablet instead of just a phone, I would create a document in Publisher Master that looks like my system, and back it all up into the cloud...but with a hard copy somewhere in my backpack!

We rely on excel spreadsheet.

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