How to Get the Most Out of Million Mile Secrets
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Feeling lost and can’t find what you need?
If you’re new here or need a little help finding your way around, here are some tips for navigating the site and getting the most out of Million Mile Secrets.
New to Million Mile Secrets?
If you’re new to collecting miles & points, read the Beginner’s Guide to get a step-by-step overview of how to get started with collecting miles & points.
Can’t Find What You’re Looking for?
If you want more information about a specific topic, you can sift through posts on the blog by using the search bar located in the top right corner of your screen.
Find the Latest and Greatest Credit Card Deals
Credit card sign-up bonuses come and go. To find the best deals and my latest credit card recommendations check-out the Hot Deals at the top of the page.Note: The “Travel Credit Cards” tab is an automatic feed from the banks and won’t always have the best deals.
Find Tips & Tools for Earning Miles & Points
You can find award program sign-up links and tips on how to rack up miles under the “Collect Miles” tab.
Find Tips & Tools for Booking Your Next Trip
In the “Use Miles” tab you can find award charts, award booking tips, and trip reports.
Don’t Be Afraid to Ask Questions!
Still can’t find what you’re looking for? We are all here to help each other. And we’ve all been new and felt overwhelmed by all the information involved with getting into this hobby.
So if you need some help, just ask!
You can ask questions in the comment section at the bottom of each post or on the “Contact Me“ page.
Creating a Gravatar helps!
It’s nice to see a friendly face along with a comment. And I especially enjoy helping people who are a part of Million Mile Secrets community!
See my post on how to create a Gravatar if you need some help.
Don’t Miss Out on the Next Huge Deal!
In the world of collecting miles & points things change quickly. Amazing deals on fights, hotels, and credit card spending could be here 1 minute and gone the next. Not only that, but award charts change and policies get updated.
Here’s are some ways to keep up with the latest news:
1. Subscribe to Daily Emails or RSS Feeds
Make sure you’re up-to-date with everything miles and points by signing-up to get daily emails or RSS feeds with the headlines of the day.
To start receiving daily email updates, just enter your email address in the box under “Get Free Email Updates” on the upper left hand side of your screen.
I like RSS feeds because they are a big time saver. Instead of visiting several different websites, you have all the headlines in 1 place so you can quickly read what interests you.
I use Feedly as my RSS reader. To sign-up for the Million Mile Secrets RSS feeds click on the RSS logo under “Stalk Me” on the upper right hand side of your screen.
2. Follow Million Mile Secrets on Facebook & Twitter
You can get the most Big Travel with Small Money by knowing how to navigate the Million Mile Secrets site and staying up-to-date with all the latest news in the miles & points world.
Have fun learning all the travel tricks and I’m looking forward to hearing about your next trip!
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