Category Archives: Miles To Cash

Nov 2 2016

Marriott-Starwood Merger: Two New Rewards Programs for Loyal Members

Finally, there is some good news for Ritz-Carlton Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest rewards points holders. Marriot has officially announced that even after the merger with Starwood Hotels & Resorts, they will continue to offer the rewards points benefits to loyal members of both the companies. “Obviously there’s a lot of work to do as it relates to combining the […]

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Sep 8 2016

Check out the Citi Cards That Get you More Points

Citi ThankYou points can be used for a wide range of rewards including gift cards, debt payment, merchandise, travel, and cash back. Below are some Citi cards that get you extra points. Citi ThankYou Preferred Card – You get one point for every dollar spent on anything. For entertainment and dining at restaurants, you get 2X points. Citi Prestige Card […]

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Oct 7 2015

Ways You Shouldn’t Be Using Air Miles

There are many people out there who think that redeeming their points by buying a charcoal grill is the best they can manage. Granted, it is the satisfaction that counts when you are dealing with something that is not really currency, but the thing with airline miles, hotel points, and credit card points, is that they are trying to get […]

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Jul 22 2015

Tax Deduction On Donation Of Free Airline Miles

When you book your air tickets through flyer programs, you get certain free miles. If you are someone who uses these flyer programs quite often, the free miles are accumulated over time. You can convert these miles to cash or donate it to charities. Being said that, many of us are concerned about the rate of tax deduction on donated […]

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Jul 21 2015

How To Make The Best Of Low Airline Mileage

Airline miles are a good thing for people who are mostly busy flying around the place. The system affords them a chance to easily travel distances and rake up airline miles, which will eventually pay for one of these flights. But what about people who fly very rarely, and receive miles from their credit card, which they cannot make full […]

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