Free First Class Next Month: Using BA.com to Make Award Bookings

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Free First Class Next Month: Using Hawaiianair.com to Make Award Bookings

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Free First Class Next Month: Using AA.com for Award Bookings

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Here are the basics of using aa.com for award bookings.

Free First Class Next Month: Using United.com for Award Bookings

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Free First Class Next Month: Seatguru

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Free First Class Next Month: Learn Airline Alliances, Codes, and Hubs

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Free First Class Next Month: Using Flyertalk’s Mileage Run Forum

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Free First Class Next Month: Using kayak.com

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Free First Class Next Month: Dining Programs

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This is the thirteenth post in a monthlong series. Each post will take about two minutes to read and may include an action item that takes the reader another two minutes to complete. I am writing this for an audience of people who know nothing about frequent flier miles, and my goal is that by the end, you know enough to fly for free anywhere you want to go.

Dining programs are the set-it-and-forget-it of the miles world.

Free First Class Next Month: Credit Card Cancellation Negotiations

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Credit cards are the gift that keeps on giving.