AwardWalletThis is my first of a few posts I’ll be doing that highlights some tools I use for “travel hacking.” My second is here.  The third is here.

One of my favorite tools out there is is used to track award programs.  From airlines, to hotels, to rental cars, tracks them all.  Creating an account is simple, and adding a program to your account is easy.

A favorite feature of is that it allows you to auto-login to your award accounts with the right plugin.  Just click on the account you want to log into, and it will open a new tab and direct itself to your award account.  This is great for those who don’t want to remember a bunch of passwords because handles it for you.

I’ve been using the tool for almost two years and have been quite happy.  It’s free to use for most features, but to get a few more details, they have a “pay what you want” option to get the advanced side of the tool.

They also have a forum, a way to get promos, and credit card offers to stay in the game with getting the most points for your accounts.

There are a few airlines here and there that don’t allow point tracking to work with, (United, cough, cough), but in my experience, the majority of them work just fine.  If nothing else, I use the Manual mode to update my points in here as it does allow me to auto-login which I find to be very handy.

If you use or another tool out there to track your points, let me know below your thoughts.

As of 2pm, 8/6/15, I have 8 free upgrades for those who sign up.  Just write me, and I’ll send the upgrade code to you!  (Limited to first time upgrades)

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Jason has been writing his adventures for a number of years now. This his stab at travel blogging. He's the main contributor for Jason Gets Around since it's him actually going places. He is a traveler, an adventurer, story teller, kickball player, a pool shark, a software engineer, and now most recently, a licensed pilot.