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Dallas to Hawaii Summer 2016

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  1. Anonymous

    I have been saving up American Airline miles and Marriott hotel points, hoping to take my family of 4 to Hawaii next summer to celebrate my son’s high school graduation. I have a limited amount of expenses each month, but between my husband and I we have earned about 200 total airline miles and 200 hotel points. I am running out of time and credit card options, and still have a way to go. Any tips? I am not stuck on American or Marriott. Thank you, Angie

  2. PhatMiles

    How about the BA 100K offer? It comes with a 20K spend target though!
    Since you don’t have a lot to spend each month may be you should look in to manufactured spending before venturing into that card.

  3. MidSouthSkier

    As PhatMiles says, you may need to look into manufactured spending options to help increase your credit card spend. Manufactured spend is the process of using miles to buy things that can be turned into cash relatively quickly, and then used to pay off your credit card bill. For more info check out the Forum area of another Boarding Area blog, Travel Codex.

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