I need my frequent flyer miles account number. How do I find this out.
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All of the major airlines allow you to give your frequent flyer miles to friends and family or transfer the miles to another account holder with the same airline
The miles should still be in the account as it is the credit card account and not the Frequent Flyer account that has been closed.
Frequent flyer miles can be used however the person with the frequent flyer miles wishes to use them. I would personally use mine on a funjet vacation, but its really up to you.
It's easy and legal to purchase and sell frequent flyer miles directly to and from an airline.
You can apply for most frequent flyer programs on the airline's web site. Be sure to present your frequent flyer card when you check in for each flight, because sometimes it can be a hassle to get credit for miles retroactively.
The discount one will receive from being a frequent flyer aboard US Airways will depend on the number of miles one has undertaken. Usually, however one will use their frequent flyer points towards free flights.
Air-Miles provides a great way to earn frequent flyer miles. Just order the credit card online, and start spending. These points will go on to your frequent flyer credit and you can start flying cheap!
"No, AA credit card does not automatically incorporate frequent flyer miles. You will need to call the company and speak with an agent in order to guarantee that you are getting the flyer miles."
Some ways to earn free frequent flyer miles faster include signing up for a credit card that earns miles, purchasing miles at auction sites, and obtaining free miles by special offers or by receiving the airline's newsletter etc.
There are a number of frequent flyer programs available from all major airlines. I personally like the Hawaiian Air Miles program as well as the Delta Sky Mile program.
It's easy and legal to purchase frequent flyer miles directly from an airline for roughly 28 cents a mile
If you resubmit this question, please be more specific. Florida is over 500 miles long. IF you mean "frequent flyer miles," that number will vary from airline to airline.