Frequent Flyer Moms Highlight the Best of Family Travel — Credit Cards, Airlines, Lounges, Hotels, & More!

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Frequent Flyer Moms Highlight the Best of Family Travel — Credit Cards, Airlines, Lounges, Hotels, & More!

EmilyFrequent Flyer Moms Highlight the Best of Family Travel — Credit Cards, Airlines, Lounges, Hotels, & More!Million Mile Secrets Team

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The fabulous team at Million Mile Secrets has 3 moms, and our kids’ ages range from 1 to 13 years old!  We have still continued traveling with kids in tow.  We are sharing our family travel experiences so that you can be inspired to travel, too, and hopefully learn some expert tips along the way!

The easiest way to earn lots of miles & points to take your family traveling is by earning big intro bonuses from top travel rewards cards.  We’ve also rounded up the best credit cards to get free checked bags, lounge access, and even the best credit cards to use to earn the most rewards for eating at restaurants!

We’re also sharing our expert tips on how to save money at Disney and Hawaii, and other popular family travel destinations!  We hope you’ll find lots of advice for stress-free family travel.  Don’t forget to bookmark this page so that you can easily go back and read each article.

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great article! most of my coworkers are moms and i always hear them talk about the cost of travel being expensive. i try not to bring up credit cards since i know how sensitive people are to that, but at least one is becoming interested in earning miles and re-evaluating her card portfolio. points and miles are fantastic!

unrelated question: is there a way to save my name and e-mail address? i keep having to type both in when i want to submit a comment.

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Hi k.m., That’s great to hear someone’s interested in miles & points. You definitely can’t force anyone. I’m working on two “credit card makeovers” for my friends and family. 🙂 I don’t believe there’s a way to save your login on our site. You could try a service like Last Pass which you could use to autopopulate it for you. Thanks again!

Hi KM!

Thanks for commenting. I can totally relate to the sentiment of feeling weird talking about credit cards and miles and points!

There’s still that stigma associated with cards, especially when people find out you have 5, 10, 20+ cards, and they think you’re drowning in debt!

Super happy to hear you’ve got possibly one of ypur friends jumping into the moles and points hobby soon though!