In the world of miles and points, there is a LOT to absorb when you are first getting started. My friends never understood how
I worked my magic to fly all around the world in First Class like you already know that I do. They would say… “You should write a book!”
So I did.
MilesTalk: Live Your Wildest Travel Dreams Using Miles and Points is the foundation you need to get started in miles and points. I take you through everything from the history of miles, to the difference between transferable miles and points, through the different ways to earn miles and points (without even flying!), and, most importantly, how to find those coveted award seats.
This book is that beginner level “how to” book that bridges the gap between just getting started and really making miles and points work for you.
This is the Table of Contents:
- How to Use this Book to Achieve Your Travel Dreams
- So, What are Miles and Points, Exactly?
- Elite Status with Airlines and Hotels: Is It Worth It?
- Setting your Travel Goals (Earn and Burn)
- Airline Miles and Alliances: How They Work and How to Work Them
- Finding Availability for Airline Awards: They’re Hiding In Plain Sight
- Hotel Points: Luxury on Landing
- Credit Card Points / Transferable Currencies: Your Most Important Tool
- High-End Credit Cards: You Can Get More Than You Give
- Credit Card Sign-Up Bonuses: Fill Your Points Coffers Quickly
- Credit Card Category Spend Bonuses: Don’t Leave Points on the Table
- Earn Points and Miles by Banking: Make your $ Work For You
- Earning Miles / Points / Cash Back for Eating and Shopping
- Useful Websites to Bookmark
- Tying It All Together
Want the eBook version? You can buy the eBook for $2.99 at Amazon or you can get it FREE just by joining the private MilesTalk Facebook group. You’ll see the book download link in the pinned post once you apply and are accepted.
It’s also in stock at the following NYC Bookstores (some B&N copies are author-signed):
Barnes and Noble: 86th St and Lexington Ave
Barnes and Noble: 82nd St and Broadway
Barnes and Noble: 46th St and 5th Ave
NYU Bookstore: Broadway and 8th St