Frequent Flyer Miles and Points Consulting: Learn to Travel for Free

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It sounds too good to be true but it is possible to travel for free (on occasion) and at mindblowingly cheap prices most of the time.  I can tell you from first hand experience that it is possible to fly to Hawaii for $5.  It is possible to fly to Europe in business class for $300.  I know it is possible because I have done both and more.

If you are interested in traveling for next to nothing, then I want to introduce you to the world of frequent flyer miles and points.  I have been collecting frequent flyer miles and points for 4 years now.  I have used these points to travel to Seattle, Las Vegas, Palm Springs, Hawaii (twice), Belgium, and France.  For some of these trips my total cost for hotel and airfare was as little as $10.

When my wife and I flew to Europe this summer our total expenses for hotel and airfare was $600.  We flew in business class and stayed in 4 and 5 star hotels.  The retail value of our trip was around $40,000 and we spent $600.  CRAZY!

Frequent Flyer Miles and Points

Iberia Business Class

Frequent Flyer Miles and Points Paris Vendome

Park Hyatt Paris Vendome

I realize this all sounds too good to be true, but I can assure you it is not.  I do all of this travel by signing up for a few travel rewards credit cards a year.  I specifically apply for credit cards with large signup bonuses.  By doing this a few times a year, I easily earn enough miles to fly anywhere in the world for next to nothing.  When my family of four flies to the Big Island in December our total out of pocket expenses for hotel and airfare will be $20.

I know what you are probably thinking, you’re nuts! You are going to ruin your credit.  If done responsibly, you will not ruin your credit.   Not only have I not ruined my credit by doing this, but my credit score is higher now than when I started (now over 800). I still get the lowest rates on car loans and mortgages.

Still interested?  I am offering a miles and points consulting service for $45 a year.  During the year you will receive the following:

Award Redemption Assistance:  The key to redemption is knowing how an airline’s frequent flyer program works and being flexible.  Figuring out how to redeem miles can be very frustrating.  With my consulting services I will assist you with redeeming your miles at no extra cost. Most award booking services will charge you $100-$150 per ticket.  Not me, I will tell you which award to book and how to book it.  Unlimited awards, unlimited tickets, all for $45.

A Service Tailored to Your Needs:  Most mile and points websites out there carpet bomb you with posts about credit cards telling you to sign up for every card under the sun.  Not only is that irresponsible they also do not have your best interests in mind.  They are selling you credit cards that pay them a commission.  By offering a fee service and not working on commission, you can be assured that I will not try to sell you something you do not need.  I will tell you which cards are ideally suited to meet your goals.

Email and Phone Support:  During the year I will be available to answer any questions you have about redemptions, card offers, travel goals, and how to reach those goals.

Free Consultation: Prior to signing up I am happy to discuss your travel goals and how you can meet those goals with miles and points.

I promise that the first time you redeem miles for a free trip you are going to wonder why you never did this before.  It truly is a life altering experience.  Especially for those of us who love to travel but live on a tight budget. For your free consultation email me and learn to travel at dirt cheap prices.


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  10. Considering this seriously but have never seen your blog until i caught a tweet. You are pretty Portlan centric. I am an East coaster in the Big Delta fortress but hate delta. I may have a big trip coming up next summer that I need assistance with. Which alliances do you consider yourself an expert at?

    • I’m fairly comfortable with all the domestic point currencies. Most my clients have United, AA, or flexible point currencies.

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