Best of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014

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Best of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014

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Here are the most interesting and useful posts for February 2014.

1.   How 3 cards can get you 100,000 miles and $890 in statement credits.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014
3 Cards = 100,000 American Airlines Miles & $890!

2.   You learned the 8 simple steps to get ~ 2 years of (almost) free flying.  The 50,000 point offers are likely to go away (for now) on March 5, 2014 i.e. Wednesday!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014
Do You Know the 8 Simple Steps to Get ~ 2 Years of Free Flying?

3.   You could get ~$600 in free flights thanks to the US Olympic team!

Best Of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014
US Olympic Medals = $600 in Free Flights for You!

4.   We learned how to get Free Hilton Gold status, 2 free nights and a $100 Statement Credit!

5.   You can earn free United Miles, if you have lots of time.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014
Your Spare Time Could Mean Lots of United Miles

6.   Do you know which Southwest card you should you get?

Best Of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014
Do You Know Which Southwest Card Gets You Points Towards Priority Boarding and Earning Bonuses?

7.   Go ahead and charge it because Citibank doesn’t charge a cash advance fee for buying gift cards and Vanilla Reloads from stores.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014
Avoid Cash Advance Fees From Citibank When Buying Gift Cards

8.   I let you know that the 40,000 points Barclaycard Arrival Plus® World Elite MasterCard® with only $1,000 minimum spend is still available.

9.   There’s still time to book your Club Carlson hotel for less points.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014
Time to Book Your Club Carlson Hotel Stays Before the Cost Goes Up

10.   How to get the sign-up bonus on a business card, if you already have the personal version.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014
How to Double Your Sign-up Bonus

Bonus!

11.   I told you the secret to avoiding airline transfer fees.

Best Of Million Mile Secrets – February 2014
We Don’t Pay Any Fees to Transfer Airline Miles to Book Tickets for Others – You Can Too!

 

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