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Would you fly First Class or coach?
Wherever you want to go, miles and points can get you there.
Like money, you may not have all the miles and points you want. So keep reading to find out how to earn unlimited miles and points.
Easy & Quick: How to Earn Unlimited Miles and Points
Yep, you just need piles of cash.
Good thing there’s another way….
Those of us who weren’t born with a trust fund or make six figures (or more) a year, you just need miles and points.
I’ve used this simple, easy, and quick trick to earn unlimited miles and points every day.
It’s my favorite way to earn miles and points creatively. And it’s one that very few people do.
You don’t pay any fees.
Extra driving all over town is not required. Or flying to another city.
You don’t have to worry about fraud.
There’s no paperwork to fill out.
You don’t need to keep applying for new credit cards.
You can do this forever. Wherever. In any country. Every day. Any Day.
The best part: The banks won’t/can’t shut you down.
Here’s my secret…
Three letters, one word.
If you want to earn an unlimited amount of miles and points for free, you just have to ask people for their money.
Sure you’re probably already doing this with family and friends (who don’t care about miles and points) when you go out.
But if you want to scale.
If you want to earn more airline miles, credit card points, hotel points, and cash back then you need to ask.
It’s that simple.
When you see someone paying cash for something, ask them for their cash.
So you’re standing in line at Costco and the person in front of or behind you has cash in their hand, ask if you can have their cash.
In other words, ask if you can pay for their purchases with your credit card. Then use your mile, point, or cash back card to charge their things and you earn multiple miles.
Pro-tip: Maximize your miles, points, and cash back at places where you’re already earning a bonus like restaurants, grocery stores, etc. Don’t forget about hotels and airports.
Costco is my favorite place to ask because a lot of people pay with cash.
Pro-tip: If you ask for people’s cash make sure they don’t have anything they might have to return.
It’ll be harder for them to return something you pay for with your credit card at most stores.
Pro-tip: Costco and Nordstrom give credit card refunds in cash.
What to Say
Not sure what to say? Send me an email to travelingwellforless at gmail.com and I’ll send you the exact scripts I use to ask people for their money.
You can earn unlimited miles and points easy and quick every day.
There are no fees. You don’t have to worry about gift card fraud. The banks won’t fill out any paperwork.
You don’t have to drive out of your way. You don’t have to keep applying for new credit cards. And the banks won’t/can’t shut you down.
All you have to do is ask.
You ask someone for their cash.
Then you pay for their purchases with whatever miles, points, or cash back card you want. It’s that easy.
I’ve been asking people for their cash for over 24 years. It’s the easiest way to manufacture spend. It’s my favorite way to earn unlimited airline miles, credit card points, and hotel points.
Are you willing to ask? I’d love to hear your success stories.
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