Check Out this Exposé on Mileage Brokers, from a Blog You Should be Reading

For all you interested in buying and selling you miles, Singapore-based Aaron of The MileLion did a deep investigation of brokers of Singapore Airline KrisFlyer miles. Check it out here: The Marvelous World of Online Mileage Brokers.

The follow-up is Singapore Airlines Responds and Doesn’t Respond to the Mileage Broker Story.

The MileLion

I am reading more non-US miles and points blogs lately because many US ones have become deals blogs (Hurry!! $5 off $15 at Papa John’s!).

Aaron specializes in round-the-world tickets: start here and then see his full RTW archive.

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[…] Rapid Travel Chai linked to a fascinating story by The Milelion that was published last year, in which he poses as someone who is looking to buy miles, and contacts five different companies. His goal was to see how they do business, how transparent they are, etc. Not surprisingly, the experiences vary by company. […]

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[…] Rapid Travel Chai linked to a fascinating story by The Milelion that was published last year, in which he poses as someone who is looking to buy miles, and contacts five different companies. His goal was to see how they do business, how transparent they are, etc. Not surprisingly, the experiences vary by company. […]

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jediwho

Great observation on US blogs. They have turned into getting $5 coupon deals and rewriting press releases a couple of days later.

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Ken Y.

This blogger in Singapore is a shit-stirring, needy idiot thirsty for attention.

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KatyMax

Great article.