Tool for Keeping Track of Loyalty Programs

One mistake I’ve been making a lot lately is that I keep assuming people know the tools I use to organize myself with travel and where I find deals.  Someone recently asked me for advice on keeping track of loyalty program numbers.  I replied, “Oh, you don’t like Award Wallet?”   “What’s reward wallet?”  Oops.

Reward Wallet “provides a free service that helps you manage your reward balances and travel itineraries.”  In other words, it keeps track of all your numbers for you so you don’t have to.

Not only does it help you remember these numbers, it tells you what your balances are and what travel plans you have coming up.  I have a trip coming up to Atlanta that didn’t attach to my loyalty number correctly.   I was able to figure this out when it didn’t automatically import into my Award Wallet account.  You can even track your family members’ accounts!

Here’s what it looks like:

Award Wallet lets you see all your balances in one place.  From their website: "AwardWallet provides a free service that helps you manage your reward balances and travel itineraries. We support 485 loyalty programs – air, hotel, car rental, credit card and others.  Founded in 2004, AwardWallet quickly became a popular choice for both road warriors and casual travelers. Today, over 93,000 active members rely on AwardWallet to manage over 21.3 billion miles / points representing $426 million in value. AwardWallet is not affiliated or related to any of the loyalty programs offered by the airlines, hotels or credit cards identified on this website or tracked and monitored using the AwardWallet service."


And check out this video to see how it works:


My absolutely favorite feature on this is if you click on a loyalty program, it will automatically log you in!  I log into Award Wallet to get to all my accounts.

The first 10 people who sign up using this code: free-jaxvsk will get a free upgrade on their account that will allow you to do some extra things, including getting alerted when your mile are about to expire.

Disclosure: My referral links will give me 1/5 of a credit towards upgrades for my account.  You are welcome to decline this or use your own link.  🙂

About Jeanne Marie Hoffman

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  1. So Award Wallet better than Expedia? Expedia also has everything online and it automatically adds your rewards number for your flight/ hotel/ car to your itinerary when you book AND you can get Expedia rewards points.

  2. That’s good if you mostly book with Expedia. I use the Ultimate Rewards Mall a lot and I book a lot on the actual airline website (to get the credit card bonuses).

    But that is a great thing to know about Expedia! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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