Do your kids have a frequent flyer account?

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    Courtesy: Singapore Air Does your kid have a frequent flyer account? If they don’t, you should probably open one. A lot of folks travel with their kids, especially if you are a single parent. So what better way to maximize your travel experience than by making them a frequent flyer account? Think about it, if you’re an AAdvantage Executive Platinum and you always travel with your kid, you have to buy 500-mile stickers to upgrade them if they aren’t EXP… but if you always travel with them then you save a hell of a lot of money. Additionally, you will have just as many miles to redeem on them if needs be. For example, my parents don’t travel much… maybe twice a year. However, my 11 year old brother has an American Airlines AAdvantage account; he even has the American iPhone app! By the end of next year he will be able to redeem his miles for a domestic U.S. flight. Not bad for an 11 year old, right? American Airlines allows you to easily create an account for a minor, same procedure as for an adult. Delta Airlines requires you to fill out a form if your child is [...] The post Do your kids have a frequent flyer account? appeared first on The Winglet.

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