For years, Juicy Miles was our go-to booking service for personalized mileage runs and award travel trips.
And it still is — just with a different name (and better website!).
Juicy Miles became part of the travel booking company point.me — which celebrated its official rebranded launch yesterday.
point.me sorta-kinda soft launched late last year. That’s when we implemented their links and started referring to them as “point.me (formerly known as ‘Juicy Miles’).” You probably noticed in our December mileage run posts.
But we wanted to wait for point.me‘s grand opening before officially pointing out (pun fully intended) the name change.
Will point.me Still Handle Delta Mileage Runs?! Or Runs on Other Airlines and Alliances?!
Adam Morvitz and his fantastic mileage run department are all still there. They are ready to help you reach whatever elite status level you need through customized mileage runs tailored to your specific airport preferences, budget, airlines and alliances, etc.
When I heard Juicy Miles would become point.me, my first question was “You’re still going to help people with mileage runs, right?” We receive so many emails and blog comments from people delighted with their Juicy Miles point.me experiences. Both René and I personally know some of the point.me mileage run staff. Their expertise and passion for miles/points are second to none — as is their love of helping people achieve their travel goals.
Added bonus: Tiffany Funk of OMAAT fame is part of the point.me team. I think she’ll work more with their award trip booking side, which we’ll talk about in the days to come. I saw a demo of their award booking interface and it’s sick (as the kids say).
Juicy Miles is now part of point.me. Their same mileage run team is there — just part of a rebranded business. Kind of like Eye of the Flyer and the names before it. 🙂 If you haven’t booked a mileage run with point.me (FKA Juicy Miles), now’s a great time to check out the new website and start your elite status earning for next year (and the rest of this year!).
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