Travelling is a lot of fun. Take our word for it. What isn’t always fun is paying for travelling. When you’re booking hotels you use Pruvo to save you money. But what about flights? We’ve talked in the past of the pros and cons of using points systems to navigate the broad world of travel savings. In the following article, you’ll be taken down the do’s and don’ts of air miles.
What cards work the best, what work the worst, what the difference is between cards, etc. You can read this and more in the article below.
Here’s a couple of myths to get you started: 1) Many people think frequent flyer miles can only be earned by flying, which is simply untrue. Often your card of choice will have deals with other 3rd party companies which allow you to earn more points on everyday purchases. 2) A mile is a mile is a mile: Unfortunately, sometimes 50,000 miles can mean different things depending on the zoning and terms and conditions of the air miles provider.
It’s best to do the research beforehand on exactly what each individual mile might offer you on your next trip. The article below goes into much greater detail than we do here. We just wanted to give you a sneak peak of what is to come. Make sure to read this article well before you go deciding on which credit card you want to use.