• Budrow, as you already know, enlightenment is my aim. You’re correct, for some of us tables are magical in that they ensure comprehension of numbers. Anytime I put figures in a paragraph I have to re-read it constantly to understand what the heck I’m trying to convey. As soon as I put it in a table, it’s all clear to me…an probably the rest of my readers (about 12 people). Thanks for the comment and hack on!

      P.S. I forgot to mention in the post that there is a 15k point option in Savannah, GA near the airport.

    • Be sure to do a little research because if you don’t have any useful redemptions near you, what’s the point? I also have an IHG card, but as of yet I don’t know my local redemptions. I’ll have to take a closer look.

  1. This is so amazing! I was sitting here all proud of me for earning 60,000 points on my Chase Sapphire card. But this is taking it to a whole new level! I am going to see what Club Carlson hotels look like/price out at where we live or travel. Thanks for the tips!

    • Be careful with the travel hacking because it can become addictive. Free / discounted flights and hotel rooms are awesome. Having the time to travel is great, but having points to do it for pennies on the dollar is a wealth multiplier.

      • Dedo

        You are right, I found myself in that position. Even in my dreams I’m buying gift cards and trying them to liquidate.

        • Dedo,
          Fellow travel hacking zombies are always welcome here! Cashiers all over south Georgia know me…I’m a little famous. Look, there’s the “$500 Gift Card Guy.” I’ve cooled my jets for the time being, but I do have some new cards on the way. Thanks for reading and hack on brother, Ed

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