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You might be a travel hacker if…

You might be a travel hacker if…

  1. Daniel Kimberlin

    I thought you guys might get a kick out of this post.
    [URL]https://casualmiler.blogspot.com/2017/01/how-to-be-casual-miler.html?m=1[/URL]

  2. David W

    Fun post! However, I wouldnt call it travel hacking since no rules are being bent or broken. It’s just strategically taking advantage of all promotions out there to obtain miles and points for travel where redepmtions are well within program rules. :);)

  3. Daniel Kimberlin

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 26185, member: 29″]Fun post! However, I wouldnt call it travel hacking since no rules are being bent or broken. It’s just strategically taking advantage of all promotions out there to obtain miles and points for travel where redepmtions are well within program rules. :);)[/QUOTE]
    You must admit it is a much easier moniker than “those who strategically take advantage of promotions out there to obtain miles and points for travel where redemptions are well within program rules” 🙂

  4. Gaurav

    What happened in May?

  5. Daniel Kimberlin

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 26250, member: 79″]What happened in May?[/QUOTE]
    May 24th is 5/24. 5/24 is the new rule chase has regarding credit card applications. If you have more than 5 applications in 24 months they cut you off. Kind of a bummer.

  6. Gaurav

    Ahhh of course… I didn’t make that connection 🙂

  7. ejg239

    Love it — thanks for sharing!

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