Balance Miles and Cash Back in the Face of Devaluations

Today’s “no-knock” American Airlines/US Airways surprise devaluations have the mile-verse spinning.  Once mighty and customer-centric AA has shown its new stripes, and we’re all at a disAAdvantage because of them. Devaluations are a part of the game we play, just as inflation is a concern with cash.  Today’s post will be equal parts editorial and […]

Travel Tech: Using Republic Wireless Overseas

Back in January I wrote a post about staying connected while overseas. Some of the solutions discussed in that post will soon stop working.  If you haven’t read that post I do suggest you browse it (and the comments section) for ideas. Today’s post builds on those tips with a discussion of Republic Wireless. Using […]

Free Domestic Flights; When and Where to Exploit the Double Down

Sam here: Today’s post is guest written by the pointster, who writes the Canadian Blog  (Formerly is a resource for Canadian credit cards and travel perks.  The pointster has graciously offered to outline a solid booking technique here on Milenomics for both American and Canadian Readers, a little something I like to call the Double […]