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Last year, outside of rent and taxes, I paid approximately $2,200/month. I also managed to travel internationally. I visited 8 states (2 of which for the first time) and was in the air for 42,242 miles. Not a record setter. But that’s not what my frequent fliers miles account says, earning over 230k in various airline mileage during the year. This equates to roughly $4,000 in additional bonuses (or reducing the above cost by $300). How is this possible?
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