Contact MilesTalk

MilesTalk’s Founder and Editor-in-Chief is Dave Grossman, author of the book “MilesTalk: Live Your Wildest Travel Dreams Using Miles and Points.” He is a frequent speaker and consultant on the topic of credit card rewards, frequent flyer miles, and hotel loyalty programs. 

General Questions & Concerns

Please use this contact form for any of the following:

  • Media: Dave is available to speak to just about anything related to credit card rewards, miles and points on your TV show, podcast, blog, etc. Just ask!
  • News Stories: If you are making news in the world of credit card rewards, loyalty, or frequent flyer miles and points, drop us a note.

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    MilesTalk is located at:

    450 Lexington Ave, 4th Fl
    New York, NY 10017

    One on One Consulting

    Dave is available for one-on-one consultations for anyone interested in learning how to maximize their points and rewards earnings. This includes strategies for optimizing credit card programs, planning trips and traveling to maximize earnings, and creating step-by-step action plans for your spending and credit accounts. Visit the MilesTalk One on One Consulting for more information.

    Small Business Consulting

    Dave is available for business consulting to help businesses of all sizes maximize their rewards earnings. You could be leaving thousands upon thousands of points on the table each quarter and missing out on rewards, free airline travel, and even cold hard cash. A small business consultation can help determine the best programs to join, how to leverage existing programs, and results in a personalized action plan. See our Business Consulting page for more information.

     

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