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How to Easily Get Unlimited Miles & Points in Minutes Without Fees

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With all the award chart changes, it costs more miles for a free airline ticket or hotel night. Especially if you want to go to far away places like Australia. So you may be looking for lots of easy and creative ways to earn miles and points.

You could buy Visa gift cards or apply for lots of credit cards. But with both of those ways you have to leave the house and pay some type of fee. But there’s a cheaper way.

And you earn airline miles and credit card points from home. Keep reading to learn how to easily get unlimited miles and points in minutes without fees!

Read: Extreme miles and points collecting

How to Easily Get Unlimited Miles and Points in Minutes Without Fees

Send money via Amazon Payments.

You used to be able to send $1,000 a month to someone using your credit card without fees through Amazon Payments. But that ended in October 2014.

Then for a short time last year you could send $1,000 without fees through Amazon Register on your credit card.

And there are other services that let you use a credit card to send someone money. But they charge fees.

But today is your lucky day, because I found a service that lets you send money to someone using your credit card or debit card. And there are no fees.

Yep, you read that right. You can send money to someone using your credit or debit card and there are no fees.

I’m pretty excited about it and think you’ll be too! Not only can you earn unlimited miles and points for tons of free flights and hotels stays, you can quickly and easily meet minimum spending requirements.

Read: 7 Unusual ways to meet minimum spending requirements


Use your credit or debit card to send money for free.

You’ll start sing a happy tune thanks to Verse.

Unlimited miles and points earning via credit card in minutes with no fees. And you can do it your pajamas. Basically at home, no driving around to Simon Mall, Staples, or Walmart. And no fear of structuring.

Read: Buying money orders: you might be structuring.

You can send money to someone for free using the Verse app (Apple or Android) if:

  • You are in Europe (must have a physical residence)
  • Have a European cell phone number that can send and receive text messages
  • There is no currency conversion

Money sent via Verse is received instantly. You can transfer money from Verse to your bank account after two business days.

What Countries Can You Use Verse

You can send money using Verse to the following countries:

  • France
  • Germany
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom

Verse plans to add more countries soon. Hopefully, the United States will be included.

You’ll be charged a fee if you send money to a country that uses a different currency. For example, if you are in Spain and send money to your friend in the United Kingdom.

And as far as I can tell from the FAQs, there’s no limit to how much money you can send.

Verse: Simple, easy to use and no fees and unlimited miles and point earning. How easy is that!

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The Verse app lets you use a credit or debit card to send money to anyone for free.

There’s no limit to how much you can send someone and the money is received instantly. You can transfer received funds to your bank account after two days.

Now that you can quickly meet minimum spending requirements and earn unlimited miles and points, make sure you don’t let your miles and points expire.

Read: Quick ways to prevent your hotel points from expiring.

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Lee @ BaldThoughts

Sunday 21st of August 2016

Very cool. Hopefully they'll bring it to the US soon!

Debra Schroeder

Monday 22nd of August 2016

Hi Lee @ BaldThoughts,

Yeah, me too. :) Waiting patiently...

Charles McCool

Sunday 7th of August 2016

Indeed, MS tips for USA please. Did not know they were state-centric. Interesting.

Debra Schroeder

Thursday 11th of August 2016

Hi Charles McCool,

Yep. Some MS in the US is state-centric. Some are even city-centric.


Wednesday 3rd of August 2016

Sorry please read the terms and maybe Google other peoples experiences before you get someone shutdown.

Debra Schroeder

Wednesday 3rd of August 2016

Hi Pal,

I've read the terms. I haven't found anything on Google about people's experiences or shutdowns. If you have some links, please feel free to share so we could all learn.

Maybe you're thinking of another app?

Silver Springer

Monday 25th of July 2016

Any manufacturing spend tips that qork in the US?

Debra Schroeder

Friday 29th of July 2016

Hi Silver Springer,

Yep. There's still quite a bit out there. However, some manufacturing spend tips are location specific (certain states, etc.). So what works for San Diego might not work for Maryland and vice versa. Let's chat next time we see each other.


Monday 25th of July 2016

Easily? Care to tell us how to make this work in the US? Otherwise it's not easy! Thumbs down

Debra Schroeder

Friday 29th of July 2016

Hi Cry,

For readers of the blog in Europe, using Verse is easy. Once it's available in the US, it will be easy for us. :)

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