Get Upgraded to Award Wallet Premium for Free

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The first two things anyone interested in frequent flyer miles and travel should do is sign up for Award Wallet to track your points and get a Chase Sapphire Preferred Card to earn the most points in a highly flexible, valuable currency, quickly.

Why Award Wallet is a Key Tool for Any Savvy Traveler

Regular readers of the blog know that I use Award Wallet to track my miles and points.

The free version of the service suffices for most. You enter your frequent flyer account numbers and passwords. Then you can update most of your account balances with a single click and see them on one page. You can log into your accounts with a single click.

When I first signed up I realized quickly I was happy to pay the minimum required for their premium membership that included expiration date tracking for many of my accounts.

To me signing up for an Award Wallet account is one of the very first steps to take getting started in this hobby. Not only does it help you manage your points, but it also notifies you of changes to your travel reservations. That’s saved me on several occasions. Sometimes it’s an aircraft change, or a seat assignment change, and I’m able to fix my booking in advance while there are plenty of options rather than finding out at the airport with slim pickings at best.

I also feel more confident that my miles are protected when I track them with AwardWallet. I see changes in my account balnaces right away, since I hit one button to update my accounts each morning. If someone was stealing my miles, I would know right away and probably before they actually traveled with them. AwardWallet also ensures I know when miles post, which helps in tracking down miles I am owed rather than earning miles and merely hoping they post.

Sign Up Free, Upgrade to Premium Free

Most benefits are provided free, however there are extras that come with the ‘Plus’ version of AwardWallet, like expiration tracking for the majority of your accounts. Here’s the comparison:

Here are 72 free upgrade links that will let you take your existing free account and give yourself premium service for 6 months.

They’re likely to go quickly, I apologize if they are gone by the time you try them. Hopefully readers may be willing to give away their own upgrade coupon links in the comments as well.

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About Gary Leff

Gary Leff is one of the foremost experts in the field of miles, points, and frequent business travel - a topic he has covered since 2002. Co-founder of frequent flyer community InsideFlyer.com, emcee of the Freddie Awards, and named one of the "World's Top Travel Experts" by Conde' Nast Traveler (2010-Present) Gary has been a guest on most major news media, profiled in several top print publications, and published broadly on the topic of consumer loyalty. More About Gary »

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  1. Thanks, Gary, Just upgraded. usually, I’m too late and the codes are all used up! I picked a code from the middle of the list, so I wouldn’t get a used up code. Thanks!

  2. A few years ago, a blogger posted codes and it showed up during the middle of the night when I was working a midnight shift.
    Here is where I am at: AwardWallet Plus Expires in 25 years and 1 month (on 7/15/41)
    I hope I am still around continuing to travel for pennies on a dollar in the next 25 years.

  3. I really appreciate the chance to upgrade for free. However, what I don’t appreciate is no way to tell when a code is used and a limit of trying codes at AwardWallet when I get their please wait 5 minutes before trying another code message. How about a lottery sometime?

  4. Last time I saw the “all dead” comments but painstakingly tried all 50+ dead codes anyway. This time I’m happy to take everyone’s word for it.

  5. You can use this code: free-asbdqf

    In the interests of full disclosure, I should tell you that I also get credit if you use it.

    Chris

  6. Thanks. I got one, but don’t didn’t see how many were left anywhere.

    RE: rj says:
    May 26, 2016 at 7:54 am

    free-yofnzx 7 left

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