Ways To Start Collecting Airline Rewards for Your Child

Listen, after the age of 2 you have to start paying full price for an airline ticket. Even though your broke best friends may only take up 25% of the seat, you are still paying 100% of the ticket. Making them frequent flyer profile could save you money and it’s super simple to do:

Step 1, Create an email account for them – you can’t create emails for minors with most providers, but Gmail makes the process easy
Step 2, Create a profile on your preferred airline to receive a member identification number, and everytime you book that flight make sure you use it
Step 3. Just as with air miles for adults, air miles for kids can expire, so be sure to use them before they do. Some airlines hold it down by giving you miles that don’t expire.

If an island is calling you and your kiddos name, make sure you follow the steps above. Found this helpful, make sure you click the follow for more Greenwood Daily.

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