AwardWallet is one of the most popular tools to track your frequent traveller programs. Instead of trying to monitor dozens of emails or use a scrap of paper to write down your account numbers and passwords, you can let AwardWallet hold the account information and log in on your behalf to update itself on a regular basis.
Or, if you don’t like giving another website your passwords, you can choose to enter this information manually. It’s still a helpful way to aggregate these data in one place. For example, I don’t give AwardWallet my bank account information, but that doesn’t prevent me from including the balances for my Ultimate Rewards and Membership Rewards points.
Once logged into AwardWallet, you can track multiple airline and hotel program accounts (my own, and those of my family members who grant me access). These updates include elite status, account balance, expiration dates, etc. More than once I’ve been warned about the possibility of losing points in an account without activity, or I’ve found an opportunity to use a small number of points wasting away in another account rather than tapping my own larger horde.
So, keeping my account upgraded is incredibly valuable to me, and by referring new people to AwardWallet I get free upgrade codes. I accumulate more than I can reasonable expect to use. Actually, the number never seems to go down so I sometimes wonder what’s going on. But I can at least try to give them away.
Today I’m giving away 50 upgrade codes for AwardWallet Plus. Each will upgrade your account for six months. You’ll be able to track all of your airline, hotel, and other loyalty program accounts at once. After that, you might be able to find another free upgrade somewhere else, or you can upgrade online for a pretty modest fee: $5 for another six months. Here’s the FAQ on differences between a basic and upgraded account.
Posting the codes in a blog post doesn’t work well because people try to use the same one. Instead, you can access all 50 codes on Google Docs. Please use one code only and then write “used” next to it so others know that it’s been used. Don’t delete codes.