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Is it wise to get frequent flyer miles out of graduate school visits?

SquealOfaRavenSquealOfaRaven Registered User Posts: 512 Member
edited February 2012 in Graduate School
Keep in mind that the schools are paying for the flights (up to a limit of $500.00)

I'm too lazy to get them even though I'm booking everything through the cheapest options on Google Flights. But is this laziness too excessive?
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Replies to: Is it wise to get frequent flyer miles out of graduate school visits?

  • kutibahkutibah Registered User Posts: 771 Member
    Yeah definitely! They can add up. Just try to pick 1 airline and stick with it. My graduate schools booked the flights so I ended up with a bunch of different airlines so didn't really help me there =/
  • greenerteagreenertea Registered User Posts: 107 Junior Member
    Yes! Do your best to get all your flights on one airline, thought obviously I wouldn't do anything to make the program coordinators go too much out of their way. I've already racked up quite a few miles :D
  • ticklemepinkticklemepink Registered User Posts: 2,764 Senior Member
    What kind of question is that? Um YES!!!!
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