Your biggest travel hacking challenges
Hoorah, I’m finally nearing the end of my MBA. After 3.5 years of endless hours of studying, I am reclaiming my life and that means I can finally focus more attention on giving you lovely readers more of what you want. The content which performs well on my site typically relates to hotel and airline rewards programmes, but am I providing the answers to your travel hacking challenges and questions?
What do you want to learn?
I’m planning content for the next few months and would love to know what your biggest concerns are when it comes to collecting airline and hotel rewards. I am now going to have more time available to research some of these burning questions so what are the big questions you really want to see answered? How about…
‘Which credit card in the UK allows me to earn the most airlines?‘
‘Which rewards programme should I sign up to in the UK?’
Maybe you are more interested in hotel rewards and want to know:
‘Which is the best hotel rewards programme?’
‘Which hotel reward programme offers the best value?’
Or perhaps you have some other question you have meant to research, and simply not got around to yet. Fear not, pop the details in the comment box, and I may just do the research for you. Now is the time to ask the questions and over the course of the next few months, I will try my damnedest to answer them.
What stops you earning more rewards?
Ask yourself ‘what prevents you from earning more rewards?’ Some people tell me they are nervous about using credit cards which is fine. You can still earn airmiles without them, but it is going to take you a long time to grab a reward flight unless you fly regularly for business. You can however definitely earn enough hotel rewards for a freebie without credit cards, and there are even ways to supercharge your balance.
Is it all too much hassle?
Maybe you just think it is too much hassle, and to be honest in the UK it can be painful. It’s more difficult than in the US but nevertheless there are some incredible ways to really ramp up the points.
Just let me know what you find a struggle and I will see what I can do.
My US friends
Now don’t worry if you are reading this and are from the States. I know a lot of you drop by so I don’t want you to feel like I don’t give two hoots about you. I have some awesome US travel hacking pals who can help you out, so ask your questions too.
Ask your question
All I ask is that when you ask your question, you let me know where you are based, and the biggest issue you would like to solve.
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