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Subject: Re: FF miles vs Cash back? Date: 1/6/1998 12:46 PM
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In addition to checking your employers policy regardng personal use of the airline FF miles you might also be interested in checking on the personal use of American Express Reward points. As many businesses use American Express for travel purposes you can accumulate a great number of point quickly. There are a few Airlines participating in the AE program and a number of Hotels. There is an annual fee for this program but depending on how much travel it may be worth it. Case in point, I went to Paris this spring using my AE Reward points. The annual fee ( $45 I think) was certainly worth a round trip ticket to Paris. You also might check the fee on a Corporate card verses your personal card, I think the personal card fee is less.
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