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Hey guys! I would like to incorporate more of your experiences using travel rewards into MileValue’s blog content.

My idea is to feature roughly one reader per month who wants to share their experience collecting or redeeming travel rewards–or even better–their experience on the flight or in the vacation destination that their miles got them to.

Lofoten in the Arctic Circle of Norway is the dreamiest destination I've ever seen. What's yours? Photo credit Sarah Page Maxwell
Lofoten, Norway lies above the Arctic circle and is the dreamiest destination I’ve ever seen. What’s yours? 

I’d love to share your trip reports, particularly premium cabin redemptions as they tend to be more interesting and what people want to research before spending their own hard-earned miles on. And I’d also love to share your destination reports if you travel somewhere you feel inspired to write about. Proud of a big redemption? Tell us how you did it!

If this interests anyone, please write me with your idea for a guest post at 

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