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BEST ADVICE FOR GETTING OUT OF AUSTRALIA

BEST ADVICE FOR GETTING OUT OF AUSTRALIA

  1. Anonymous

    I subscribe to your newsletter and get immense enjoyment out of it but it is slightly depressing to see that all the best deals are for residents of the US. There seems to be very little available for Australian residents, or at least not to the same extent. So, I’m planning a trip to Sarajevo (SJJ) early next year and wondered what you or my fellow readers thought would be the best way to secure sufficient mileage to go business class. My nearest major airport is BNE.

  2. Anonymous

    While the credit card advice is US-centric, the vast majority of the other techniques and strategies work regardless of geography.

    For choosing a credit card, consider this post: [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2015/07/30/choose-credit-card-outside-us/[/URL]

    Otherwise, getting a cash-back card and purchasing miles (like the current deals on Alaska and American) are the most lucrative options.

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