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by Pennie on November 30, 2012

UsingMiles manages all of your loyalty programs in one place – making a very complicated task simple for you! The site manages over 230 programs, including LivingSocial, Starbucks, CVS, SwagBucks, United MileagePlus and Marriott Rewards – and integrates them into a single dashboard, and protects them against expiration.  For a full list of the programs under management, please use this link:

UsingMiles is also a meta-search engine that helps you find the best ways to earn more miles and points when you buy travel and spend those points to get free travel and more.

UsingMiles uses the data from your loyalty dashboard to include personalized bonus deals, status benefits, and other loyalty information into search so you can maximize your mileage accrual each time you search without having to spend lots of time finding them on the Web.

UsingMiles also has an advanced award meta search engine that searches for awards in all of your programs at once and connects them directly with the suppliers. The technology even logs you in so they don’t have to add your credentials!

UsingMiles has a basic membership (Free) that only includes the dashboard and cash (paid) search. The Premier membership (Normally $29.99/yr – FREE LIFETIME membership for our readers) includes all of the advanced features, such as expiring award alerts, award search, bonus deals, etc. UsingMiles was named one of the Top 100 Brilliant Companies by Entrepreneur Magazine in 2011.

I signed up for the program quickly and easily and found lots of my rewards/loyalty programs there.  I haven’t tried combining yet to see what works for me, but I think it’s a fantastic idea, since I have dribs and drabs of points all over the place.  We hope it works well for you!  Give us some feedback when you have accumulated and used some points!

My opinions are entirely my own.

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1 Pam December 1, 2012 at 8:36 pm

Thanks so much for sharing this. It could be really helpful.

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