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AwardWallet is the best way to track your points and miles balances. A cool feature is how AwardWallet notifies you when one of your loyalty accounts has miles or points that are about to expire.
For example, I have about 5,000 Aeroplan miles that are about to expire in December that I earned from the SPG Aeroplan promotion last year. I haven’t decided what I’m going to do with them, but it’s still pretty cool how AwardWallet lets me know they are going to go away soon.
AwardWallet Plus Giveaway
Since I have these miles, havne’t decided what to with them, and they are about to expire. I’m giving readers a chance to win one of two AwardWallet Plus upgrades by sharing what is the best way to use these miles.
Simply leave a comment answering the question below:
- What is the best way to use 5,000 Aeroplan miles (hint, click this link to see how to use Aeroplan miles)?
There are several ways to use 5,000 Aeroplan miles. How would you use them?
We’ll select two lucky winners on Thursday at 5 PM ET based on quality of entry and method on how to use the miles. Each of the winners will win one upgrade to AwardWallet Plus. Only one entry per person please.
AwardWallet is great for tracking points and miles account balances. It really adds a degree of simplicity with tracking points and miles.
If you don’t already have an account, feel free to signup for a new account here or leave your referral link in the comment section below.
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