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By the end of next week, I will have valued Delta, US Airways, United, American, British Airways, and Southwest’s miles, points, credits, and Avios.

Valuations won’t stop there with in depth looks at Virgin America, Virgin Atlantic, JetBlue, Korean Air, and Hawaiian Airlines still to come.

I’ll also fully analyze the American Express Membership Rewards and Chase Ultimate Rewards programs.

These valuations and in-depth looks at the programs, in and of themselves, will hopefully provide great value to my readers. But I think the biggest value will be the next step. Once I’ve valued every major loyalty currency, I’ll be able to put a dollar value on every promotion, credit card sign-up bonus, and offer out there. To my knowledge, I’ll be the only place on the web doing this.

Hopefully this will allow my readers to wade through the morass of offers to focus their limited time and energy on exploiting the very best. Instead of giving equal space to every offer and lettting you figure out which are the most valuable, I’ll do the work for you.

Now is a great time to follow me on twitter @milevalue and follow me on an RSS feed.

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