How to Find Our Best Guides: A One-Stop Shop for the Most Essential Credit Card Miles & Points Information
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Million Mile Secrets is here to help you find the freedom to travel. We have tons of fantastic resources to help you achieve your travel goals and take trips you could only dream about before!
But arguably the most useful part of our site is the “Guides” tab. This is your one-stop shop for the most essential credit card miles & points information.
Here are some tips and tricks to finding what you need on our site. This could be especially useful if you’re new to our site or need help finding your way around! And while you’re here, subscribe to our newsletter to get new deals, tips, and tricks delivered daily.
Welcome to the MMS Guides Page
Instructions for Mobile
Finding our valuable Guides page only takes 3 steps if you’re on a mobile device. First, go to the homepage and click the hamburger menu on the top right corner of the page (those 3 stacked lines). Yes, you read that right, it’s called a hamburger menu!
A dropdown menu will appear next and from there, select “Guides.”
That’ll take you right to our new Guides page where you’ll be able to find all of the most important miles & points information in one spot! From there you can click on an item in the Table of Contents or continue scrolling to find the information you’re looking for.
The “Travel Points Programs” section in the Table of Contents includes particulars about each miles & points program. Whether you want more information about flexible points programs like AMEX Membership Rewards or Chase Ultimate Rewards points, or want a better understanding of United Airlines miles or Southwest points, you’ll find the information there.
And in the “Travel Credit Cards” section you’ll find detailed information regarding each of the travel credit cards – information that will help you decide if a particular card is right for you and an in-depth look at the card’s benefits and perks.
The “Basics” page provides answers to many of the most common miles & points questions, like:
- How to choose a travel credit card
- How to stay organized when collecting miles and points
- How to meet minimum spending requirements
Lastly, in the “Destinations” section, you’ll be able to find information about how to get to XYZ location using miles and points. Want to plan a trip to Hawaii? You’ll find a step-by-step guide to getting to Hawaii with points here.
Instructions for Desktop/Laptop
On the MMS homepage, click the “Guides” tab that’s located right at the top of the page.
From there you’ll find the page’s Table of Contents. To quickly find the information you need you can click on one of the linked headings or search the page for a term using Control-F (or Apple Key-F).
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