Posted by William Charles on April 28, 2015

Published on April 28th, 2015 | by William Charles


Configurable Point Values, AA To Renovate Lounges, Bonus For MSing At Staples + More

  • American’s New Plan to Renovate All of Their Lounges by View From The Wing. Biggest problem for me is that a lot of these lounges are just absolutely packed during peak times. I know I’m in the minority, but I don’t care about having forty different types of food and a massive bar, I just wanted somewhere quiet and comfortable to work with one or two quality snack options.
  • CashBackMonitor adds configurable point values by Frequent Miler. Another really nice upgrade by CBM, they listen to user feedback and implement it which I absolutely love.
  • Ebates – 3 Days – Get $5 When you Spend $25 by Will Run For Miles. Unfortunately looks to be targeted, still a great offer and worth checking your account for.
  • Beginner’s guide to Fulfillment by Amazon: Analyzing and Adding a New Product by Tagging Miles. Nice little series for those new to reselling on Amazon, strongly recommended.
  • Trip Report: Riding On Amtrak Business Class NYP-BOS by Out And Out. I love taking trains and buses on trips that are shorter than 3-4 hours as they are pretty comparable to a one hour flight when you include getting to the airport, going through security, waiting for boarding etc. Advantage of buses/trains is that I can get work done while I’m on the train/bus for the whole trip (rather than just intermittently at the airport/during the flight). Looking forward to seeing what happens with the Amtrak credit card.
  • Also don’t forget to check out the Miles to Memories blog, if you’re not subscribed you might miss some very good deals.

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Link is not working to staples ms article.


Where’s the Staples link?


If you google “ibotta miles to memories”, the top link will have a google cached version (little arrow under the link title) that you can still read it at if you missed it.

Not sure how long it will be there though.

(feel free to take this comment down if you think it puts Miles to Memories in any more risk, wouldn’t want to do that)


Ibotta reminds me of a slightly more lucrative blog than Recyclebank. The deal is still public on the Ibotta web site: although the terms specifically disclaim gift cards.

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