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Interview: How To Plan Around The World Trip With Miles

Last updated: January 12,2023
Originally Published: March 28,2020
by Jameson Lamie

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We’ll be taking questions from the audience throughout the interview, so it’s a great opportunity to learn more about credit card points!

The Credit Card Nerd hosts a weekly live podcast where he interviews points bloggers about their experiences collecting and redeeming points with travel credit cards. He also recaps some of the week’s headlines in the credit card points world, and we plan on discussing the latest update on the Marriott and SPG loyalty program merger.

The good news: earning points towards Emirates business class is about to become easier!  The bad news: it won’t be quite as easy as I hoped.  Womp, womp.


The onboard bar while flying Emirates Business Class.

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