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April 13, 2012

April 13, 2012

Toronto Star
Travel Notes: Airline points can buy some weird stuff
A study by Wisconsin firm IdeaWorks of 150 air miles programs has revealed the 40 weirdest things you can do with your points. Aeroplan made a nice showing, with a leather vest signed by George Clooney for 177,000 points (the value of the points go to charity). American Airlines will give you a beer tasting tour of Brussels for 14,700 points (you’re on your own for the flight, of course), and Lufthansa will give you a “sockscription” of fresh socks, three shipments of three over eight months.

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