5 Online Tools for Managing Airline Miles

These mileage trackers can prevent you from letting points expire.

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GoMiles

Cost: Free

Founded in 2010, this free site tracks hotel and airline rewards programs, as well as daily deal sites like Groupon and car rental programs. Users can check bonus offers to earn more miles, and its search engine capabilities show mileage redemption options. Joel Coffey, an accountant in Seattle, uses GoMiles' expiration date tracking to "see which miles are close to expiring without having to log in to each of the individual airline websites." (He's lost miles in the past due to account inactivity.) Although he and his wife don't log thousands of miles each year, Coffey says it's still useful for casual flyers to participate in mileage programs and track their miles using a single website like GoMiles.

Corrected on 10/18/11: A previous version of this story misspelled Stacey Segal’s first name and Brian Kelly’s website, ThePointsGuy.com.