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AwardWallet is a website and mobile app you can use to track the balances in your loyalty accounts. It is extremely useful if, like us, you have many accounts across various programs. It tracks Airline, Hotel, and Credit Card miles/points. Today, they announced a pretty significant price increase for their AwardWallet Plus membership – It’s going from $5 per six months to $30 per year… a 300% price increase! However, you can lock in the price of $10 per year indefinitely if you act fast.
Lock in the Savings
The large price increase was a bit shocking at first. Brooke and I both have accounts to track our award balances. However, AwardWallet is offering the opportunity to lock in the old pricing if you upgrade your account to Plus or register a new account before February 1, 2017.
This is a big deal if you want to use their Plus service. The biggest benefit of the higher level is that you can track the expiration dates of miles/points in every account. The basic level only tracks expiration for up to three accounts. Knowing when your points expire can be a HUGE benefit to prevent accidentally forfeiting miles and having to pay big fees to reinstate them. In my opinion, this is worth the $10/yr (less than $1/mo).
We recommend that you take this opportunity to lock in the long term low-price. If you don’t have an account, you can use this link to sign up. Cheers!
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