Soliciting Reader Feedback: Longer or Shorter Posts?

Before we get to the above question I’d like to first say thank you to all the readers who’ve made Milenomics the success it has become.  Changing the world happens slowly, and changing the mile and point world is no exception to that. I started writing this blog because I thought that this particular view of how Miles […]

How to Use to Find Award Routes

Today we’re continuing our Milenomics basics series.  We’ll be talking about airline routes, and how to find/figure out who flies where. We’ve talked about routes before here on Milenomics; Unfortunately the software I prefer to use is no longer being updated/maintained by its origianl author. The last post in this series had extensive information on partners and alliances. […]

Triple Dip and Get Paid to Buy Lots of Miles at Safeway Stores! (5/21-6/3)

Update (5/29): It seems as though there are all kinds of promotions going on across the country, and most cash back discounts are not ringing up correctly at the registers. Make sure you push for the deal you’ve seen offered. As an added bonus numerous readers are finding fuel points for Variable Load MC’s bought with groceries! We’ve covered […]

Purchase Tracking Tools Revisited

We’ve discussed keeping track of your purchases here on Milenomics before.  The original cost tracking posts here and here on Milenomics were written less than a month into the blog’s launch.  Since then I’ve come back to these posts dozens of times. Today I’ll again ask you to keep track of your purchase, and in addition […]

Partners, Alliances and Why Partner Awards are So Confusing

Last week we discussed Spending our Miles, and the basics of what ever award booking cost: Miles and Money.  We’re continuing our introduction series here on Milenomics, and will today discuss Partner Airlines. Earning Miles Spending Miles Partners Routes Booking Tips & Tricks Be Your Own Elite Partners are simultaneously the most confusing yet the most rewarding part of […]