We all know how expensive traveling by air can be. I recently looked at flights to California for Christmas and they cost almost $700 roundtrip! That’s a lot of money for the average person. I know, you are saying, “What about airline miles?” A lot of people choose to go with credit cards that offers them miles with purchases, but I’m scared of the blackout dates and all the red tape. Well I guess I’ve been doing it wrong because Sam Huang has scammed the system (legitimately) using airline miles.
Sam has claimed that he turned an Emirates airline ticket that cost $300 into a first-class world trip estimated to be worth up to $60,000. In a blog post on his website, Top Miles, Sam explains that by using “loopholes,” he was able to “book an Emirates First Class ticket using miles, which would take me from Singapore to Australia, Asia, Europe, North America, Africa, and back.”
Through Top Miles he says he can “help you take your first flight in as little as three months!”