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Roundup: Articles From Around the Web
Here are some posts from around the web that I thought you may find interesting. Let me know if there is anything good I missed. Email me anything awesome that you find, or write, at Mark@milestomemories.com.
7 Core Principles to Finding the Best SkyMiles Deals on Delta – The Lazy Traveler’s Handbook
A nice breakdown showing that there is still a lot of value out there for Delta Skymiles. Delta even finished in first when I looked at the best award program for domestic travel. Delta has been having pretty great sales lately that include flights to Europe, Asia, South America etc. Andy makes a good point that there are a lot of deals to be had that are not in the published sales.
How to book a 5-stop Alaska trip starting at 17,500 miles – Points with a Crew
I have always enjoyed things like this. Using every rule you have to your advantage is at the core of this game. Ian does a great job showing how you could check out most of the main attractions in Alaska for under 20,000 miles. That is pretty impressive.
Are there any good ways to get to Tahiti on miles? – Frequent Miler
Nick does a good job breaking down options to Tahiti. This has always been a tough place to get award travel too so if you were planning a trip check this out.
“Hey BofA, I boofed ya” — What I said when I got the Alaska Airline Visa 40k sign-up bonus – Windbag Miles
Which article did you find most interesting? Remember to let me know of anything you come across that you want added into the next edition at Mark@milestomemories.com.
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