New codes as of 2:52 AM ET 5/17/14

I’m going to give away 50 six-month upgrade codes to Award Wallet Plus today, 10-20 at a time. I’ll announce on Twitter when I put new codes in this post.

I use Award Wallet to track all my airline mile, hotel point, and credit card point balances; my loyalty program passwords; and any extras (like companion passes and free night certificates) in one place. Here’s an Award Wallet tutorial I wrote.

Award Wallet Plus is better than the free version in these ways:

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I get free upgrade codes for referring people to Award Wallet, so if you haven’t joined click this link to join: awardwallet.com.

Upgrade codes after the jump.

If you have other free codes, post them in the comments. Each code is only good one time. These are fresh as of 2:52 AM ET on 5/17/14. Check the comments if these are all taken.
Invite-55486-ZWJBG – use coupon
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