Award Wallet is my favorite website for tracking miles and points. It’s hard to imagine that a few years ago I actually had to check each loyalty program’s website individually to figure out my mileage balance… oh, the humanity! Nowadays I just end up refreshing my AwardWallet account a dozen times a day.
In all honesty, it’s awesome to be able to track most of your balances in one place. But an equally awesome benefit is that you can also track all of your loyalty program membership numbers in one place, for those of us (like me) that aren’t technologically savvy enough to otherwise keep a spreadsheet.
Unfortunately the airlines seem to agree with us that Award Wallet is too awesome, so some of them have restricted them from tracking your accounts for you. AwardWallet has come up with some creative ways to get around most of them, though it is still somewhat frustrating that they’re blocked by certain airlines, like American.
Anyway, AwardWallet has passed along some goodies for me to give away to you guys.
First, I have 30 Award Wallet Plus upgrade coupons valid for six months. While AwardWallet and the basic services they offer are free, they also have an AwardWallet Plus service, which allows you to see more info about your accounts, like mileage expiration dates, historical account balances, etc. Being warned about account expiration dates has saved my rear on more than one occasion.
The differences between the standard and AwardWallet Plus service are described as follows:
I also have 10 AwardWallet OneCard upgrade coupons to give away. These cards are described as follows:
AwardWallet OneCard is a credit card sized plastic card with magnetic strip (which enables you to check in for your flights at airport kiosks ). The card will have your personal account numbers and program phone numbers printed on the front and back sides. The card can contain up to 30 different loyalty program accounts listed. We have two types of cards: gold and silver. Those AwardWallet members who have over 1 million miles and points will get a gold card and those who have fewer than 1 million miles and points will get a silver card. The cards will be shipped internationally as well as within United States via regular United States Postal Service.
To win one of these codes, simply leave a comment below with one new experience you’d like to have in 2013 courtesy of your points. This could be a new city you’d like to visit, a hotel you’d like to stay at, or an airline you’d like to try. I’ll run the giveaway through 11:59PM PST on Monday, December 31, 2012, and will announce the winners the following day. You can enter once during the entry period, and be sure you’re using a valid email address so that I can contact you if you win.
If you don’t have an AwardWallet account, you can sign up for one here. If you sign up through that link I get some more Award Wallet Plus upgrade coupons, which I plan to give away on the blog at a future date as well.