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Almost everyone has had a bad travel experience. Pricing schemes and loyalty programs are complex for a reason, to maximize revenue and discourage free award travel. Yet for every loser there’s a winner who figures out the system and makes it work in his or her favor. Scott’s goal is to organize all of this information and strategy in one place.
Amol created Points to Point B to share some of his amazing trip reports and joined Hack My Trip in December 2012. He enjoys using credit card bonuses and manufactured spend to earn free points and miles — sometimes even elite status — rather than paying for it the old fashioned way. Follow Amol as he travels to the four corners of the world!
Hack My Trip has been quoted or mentioned in several respected publications:
|“Should Airlines Attach Advertising to Your Luggage?”
Boston.com (April 9, 2014)“Online Community FlyerTalk Turns Airlines into an Obsession”
LA Daily News (February 17, 2014)“Around the World in Cheaper Ways”
The Economist (November 19, 2013)
“United Sells ‘Free’ Tickets on Website”
“Elite Status on Airlines Loses Some of Its Appeal”
“Not So Elite Anymore: Frequent Flyers Get Fewer Perks”
|“Insider Tips on Getting the Best Airfare Deals”
DenverPost.com (November 26, 2012)“The Greatest Mileage Runners of All Time Share Their Secrets”
Business Insider (November 5, 2012)“9 Niche Travel Sites to Bookmark”
Yahoo! Finance (October 22, 2012)
“Matrix Makes It Incredibly Easy to Search for Specific Fares”
“Find Really Cheap First-Class or Business-Class Tickets with ITA Software’s Matrix”