How To Request Missing Frequent Flyer Credit
Yesterday’s tip was about saving your boarding passes so you can ensure you get frequent flyer credit for the flights you’ve taken. If you don’t see credit for a flight you’ve taken after 15 days, I recommend logging on to the airline’s website and filling out its missing flight miles form. To help you with that, below are the links for the five major US airlines. To find the info for other airlines, you can either go to our AirlineNumbers.com page and search your airline’s website, or Google “(the name of your airline) mileage credit.”
Airline mileage request pages:
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