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This Tier includes the Milenomics² podcasts, Milenomics Second Podcasts, the Manifesto with Gideon the Free-quent Flyer as well as all other shows we eventually produce on the network. 

New: We now have added a Slack Channel for podcast subscribers as a thank you for the support and to better foster discussion among Patrons! 


We've switched to charging upfront upon signup.  This change is effective 1/1/2020.  This means your first partial month is charged as a full month. Please take this into consideration when you are signing up late in the month.

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New: Subscribers now have access to the Manifesto with the Free-quent flyer.  Gideon, the Free-quent Flyer's take on Miles & Points. 

NEW (2020): Subscribers Now also have access to the Milenomics Second Podcast. Hosted by Garth Grawburg, MSP is a different dive into Points & Miles from the M² podcast. 

NEW: Subscribers at the $14.95 or higher level receive access to all episodes of the 60+ minute  Milenomics² Podcast: Weekly news, tips and tricks and an entertaining take on points and miles. Hosted by Robert Dwyer and Sam Simon.

NEW for 2019: As a thank you for the unprecedented growth we've seen in our patreon subscriber base we're adding a Slack channel to foster better discussion. All podcast level Patrons receive access to the Slack Channel. 

More about Milenomics:

In 2013 I created Milenomics, a travel and points blog different than the rest. in 2018 the blog was reborn. This could not have happened without the help of Robert Dwyer who gave me more than a nudge to get back into writing.  When that didn't work he started writing himself, leading the way towards a new chapter of Milenomics.

Today, the blog maintains all historical posts, as a snapshot into what points and miles were really like in the mid 2010's. It has now transitioned into more of a magazine format. Long form interviews, debates over competing travel/points topics, and detailed discussion of complex techniques are what make the future of Milenomics different than the past.

The blog has always been free, and strives to be a resource for those starting out to get real, actionable information, and help.  Sometimes that means we give 1-on-1 answers in the comments section, or via Email. 

As always I try to be respectful of all points of view. I ask you try to see mine and I'll do the same to you.

Your support goes towards saying thank you, and goes directly to myself and Robert.

*You* are appreciated. Now let's get you traveling.

-Sam


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