Subscribe to The Economist, Barron’s, Financial Times, WSJ using frequent flier miles

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Never use up your frequent flier miles? Are they too annoying to redeem? You might be able to put them to good use by subscribing to some leading financial publications. Not all of these are available all the time so now might be a good time to subscribe, especially since annual subscriptions to many of these can easily cost over $100 a year. I’m not sure if gift subscriptions are an option, but if so, they might make nice purchases for Christmas gifts, too.

Here are some links:

    Northwest Airlines: Barron’s @ 1,700 miles; The Economist @ 3,200; Financial Times @ 2,000; WSJ @ 1,800.
    Delta Airlines: Same mileage costs as above.
    Continental Airlines: Same mileage costs as above.
    American Airlines: Barron’s @ 2,600; WSJ @ 2,700.

(Found via Fatwallet.)


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I fly Northwest every week for work, and I have more miles than I do vacation time to use them in. :)

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