150 Free Miles Per Hotel Review You Write

Malta Points ‘points’ out that HolidayCheck will give you 150 free Air Baltic BalticMiles for each hotel review you write.

It appears that the reviews you write do get screened, so they need to be real and materially of a similar quality or better than those of other reviews on the site. No scripted gibberish for generating free miles. šŸ˜›

Over the summer I had a throwaway line about Air Baltic BalticMiles (saying they’re worth more than SkyPesos), and the head of the program chimed in to suggest that BalticMiles are worth way more than that..

I think it is time we get you over to Riga, Latvia to change your perception of the airBaltic BalticMiles value

One-way awards in the Air Baltic program start at 4200 miles, and the airline partners with SAS so you can also redeem BalticMiles on that carrier’s flights — but only between Scandinavia and Geneva, Luxembourg, and Manchester.

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  1. I don’t think I’d trust at all the reviews written by people in it for 150 miles. They’ll destroy their site’s credibility. How well can they really screen, and what’s to prevent someone from just compiling ideas from other reviews and adding a couple of generic comments to get points? This can’t work.

  2. AirBaltic BalticMiles are really better than Delta Skymiles. Low Award redemption and very innovative ways to get miles.

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