Column: Frequent flier miles still create great benefits

01/29/2008 |

The New York Times' Joe Sharkey has plans to fly from Tuscon to Newark next week, and he writes that his first-class ticket cost him $5 and 35,000 frequent-flier miles. "It's all about supply and demand," Sharkey writes. "It also shows that you can still spend those frequent-flier miles with great benefit, assuming you're flying when and where there is no huge demand, like Tucson to Newark at the end of January."

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