If you’ve come to this section, it’s because you’ve managed to understand the principles and basics of earning points and miles! Well done!
This “Going further” section is actually a suggestion of readings from selected articles that will allow you to improve your knowledge of Reward Points!
If you want to access Part 6 showing you examples of strategies with reward points, it’s this way!
Basic rules with Reward Points
Mastering reward and credit cards programs requires knowing the rules of thumb:
Essential articles on points and travel in general
Some articles on points and travel:
Essential articles about Airport lounges
Accessing the airport lounges:
- Strategy: how to get free access to airport lounges through travel hacking.
- How does the Priority Pass program work?
- How to access the lounges at Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport?
- How to access Canadian airport lounges?
- How to access airports lounges with a credit card (without Priority Pass)?
- How do I hold multiple Priority Pass accounts to access airport lounges?
Strategies with Reward Points
Essential articles on family travel with points
Articles for families:
- My tips for flying with kids
- Airbnb or hotels: the match… and how to save with points!
- Family holidays: renting apartments or staying in hotels?
- Use points to save on hotels.com / Booking / trivago
- At the airport with your family: children’s passports, priority lines and lounge access
- Is it possible to group the membership rewards cards from members of the same family into the same account?
- Transferring your points and miles between accounts
- Saving on hotels at Disney World
- Saving on admission and purchases at Disney World
- The strategy for saving money at Disneyworld
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The milesopedia community
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