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Airline Miles for lost cost flights

Airline Miles for lost cost flights

  1. Anonymous

    I have always read about people using airline miles to fly first class or business class at a very low/close to nothing rate…I would like to know about airline miles…preferably i would like to know more about etihad and emirates since these are my two most favourite airlines…how can i fly wherever i want using these two airlines in first/business class for very low costs?

    Thanks in advance

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Hi Cean, click on the Start Here tab at the top of this page and go through the beginner’s guide to get an idea of how/where to start. A lot of our points are earned through credit cards, both with sign-up bonuses and spending in bonus categories. If you can get credit cards from US-based banks, that makes it a lot easier. Unfortunately it’s not as easy in other parts of the world.

    Read through the beginner’s guide and let us know if you have further questions.

  3. Gaurav

    And it’s almost impossible to fly whenever you want for cheap/low costs. The trade off for cheap is limited availability 🙂

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