Hi there, Mrs. 1500 today.
We have been collecting Airline Rewards points for years, and been able to use them on our own with relative ease. But then the rules changed, and we moved from the O’Hare Airport area, to the Denver Airport region. What we didn’t know, was that our airline mile redemption ability was about to change, too.
Over the course of our time in Colorado, we have amassed 200,000 miles on British Airways, along with 65,000 Chase Rewards points, that we were suddenly not able to easily use. (Think 2 and 3 stops each way, flying in the opposite direction first, etc.) Enter Brad from Richmond Savers.
Brad has studied the ins and outs of many major rewards programs, learning the best way to use them. But what is even better, is that Brad loves to share his knowledge with others. He offers free rewards travel coaching that includes access to his free travel rewards coaching video series!
Those Chase points I mentioned above are actually quite valuable. Had I known just how valuable, I would have paid more attention to the statements and made sure I received my 50,000 point bonus after spending the required amount. I missed the amount by $300, which makes me really upset with myself. Sigh.
I was having problems making reservations on British Airway’s sister airline, American. It seemed as though every flight had at least one stop, and it was nowhere near as affordable as it used to be. Mr. 1500 recommended I talk to Brad, and he gave me the ins and outs of the British Airways rewards program. Because of where Brad is located in America, BA miles are extremely valuable to him. Because of where I am located, they are practically worthless for flying. I can still use them for hotels, but flights are more trouble than they are worth.
We decided to take a trip to California next year, and I asked Brad about those Chase points. He showed me exactly how to use them, by giving me the link to his rewards coaching video series. This series is one video per rewards program. You find the program you are looking for, click the link and there is Brad’s computer, on the actual reward web site, showing you exactly where to click, what to enter, how to transfer points, etc.
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