It’s an tale as old as time in the modern era: too many password, not enough brain storage to keep track of them all. For people who have any number of traveling loyalty accounts (airlines, hotels, trains, etc…), there is a great website/app call AwardWallet.
The premise is pretty simple: you input your accounts, and AwardWallet syncs to your accounts. No more having to manually keep track of point balances, remembering when points are going to expire, or having to go to each website to retrieve your information. Easy peasy!
There are two versions of AwardWallet: basic and Plus. For the most part, they offer the same benefits; however, Plus has a feature that updates accounts in parallel, making it much quicker when you want to see if there haven been any changes across all your accounts. Rather than type out all the benefits, I’ve cribbed an image from AwardWallet’s FAQ page detailing the differences:
In addition, AwardWallet Plus is a service I’ve come to really depend on, so I don’t mind paying the $10 a year for the extra benefits and to make sure that it’s funded.
If you’d like to try AwardWallet plus out, I have a few upgrade codes, which can be found on my Advertiser Discloser page.
I’m a big proponent of “work smarter, not harder,” and AwardWallet is a great tool in this game to achieve that. Let me know if you have any questions!
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