Starting this morning, reward cardholders will now be able to signup for consolidated, online, reporting of frequent traveler credits. Chicago-based MaxMiles, Inc. and Excite, Inc. have teamed up to offer an online frequent flyer mileage management service called ‘MileageMiner’. The new co-branded service enables travelers to receive all of their frequent flyer account information in one online consolidated statement. In addition to offering consolidated account balances, the ‘MileageMiner’ service also highlights the most current mileage promotions and offers, searches for missing mileage credits and warns travelers of mileage expirations. Through Excite, customers can enroll in the service for $2.95 per month with the first three months free. MaxMiles says the average traveler is enrolled in 4.1 airline programs, 3.1 hotel programs, and carries two mileage earning credit cards. Therefore, the company says, the typical business traveler receives nine different account statements in the mail each month, most of which are usually weeks out-of-date.
MaxMiles, Inc. announced an alliance with Excite, Inc. to offer MileageMiner, a new online frequent flyer mileage management service on Excite (http://www.excite.com). The co-branded MileageMiner service allows travelers to receive all of their frequent flyer account information in one online consolidated statement. Through Excite, customers can enroll in the MileageMiner service free for 3 months after which they can continue their MileageMiner subscription for $2.95 a month.
Using the Internet, MaxMiles technology automatically gathers and stores in one consolidated report all of the traveler’s frequent flyer account balances from airline and hotel programs for viewing on the MaxMiles website and delivery by email. In addition to offering consolidated account balances, the MileageMiner service also highlights the most current mileage promotions and offers, searches for missing mileage credits and warns travelers of mileage expirations.
“According to industry statistics, the average traveler is enrolled in 4.1 airline programs; 3.1 hotel programs; and carries two mileage earning credit cards. As a result, the typical business traveler also receives nine different account statements in the mail each month — most of which are usually weeks out-of-date,” said Warren Tullman, CEO of MaxMiles. “Now, travelers’ mileage reports are updated with new information daily on Excite, so travelers no longer have to wait to receive account statements in the mail,” said Tullman. “Excite is committed to offering our customers unique and valuable content, and the MileageMiner service stood out as really adding value for business travelers,” said David Sze, vice president of network programming and content, Excite, Inc.
Travelers can enroll in the MileageMiner service by going to the Travel section at http://www.excite.com and selecting Frequent Flyer.
ABOUT MAXMILES, INC.
Chicago-based MaxMiles, Inc. is the leading provider of technologies dedicated to helping travelers maximize their frequent travel programs. Its unique MileageMiner technology automatically gathers and consolidates all of the frequent flyer balances from airlines, hotels, and credit cards into one statement which is updated on the MaxMiles website daily and sends each enrollee a report of all his or her mileage balances every week via email. A real convenience for the busy frequent traveler. Complete company information and MileageMiner service description can be found at http://www.maxmiles.com.