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Hi there,

I wanted to follow up to make sure you saw the opportunity to share our guide with your readers on symbiot.appliedchaosdynamicscontrolassociation.info.

Our resource features tips on how to plan a trip to Antarctica by using airline points or miles to pay for flights and utilizing cash back rewards to supplement expedition costs.

Here’s the link again for easy access: https://www.creditcards.com/credit-card-news/antarctica-travel-tips-using-points/

Could you add a link to our guide for your readers at symbiot.appliedchaosdynamicscontrolassociation.info?

Best,

Kim Tipton
​​​​​​Outreach Communications
CreditCards.com
9430 Research Blvd. | Building 4, Suite 400 | Austin, TX 78759

On Mon, Apr 15, 2019 at 9:36 PM, Kim Tipton <kim.tipton@creditcards.com> wrote:
Hey there,

It’s Kim from CreditCards.com. I hope your Monday is treating you well!

I’ve always been interested in international travel and while I was doing some research on the Arctic, I came across symbiot.appliedchaosdynamicscontrolassociation.info.

I thought you might be interested in sharing our article, “Traveling to the seventh continent on points” on your website.

Planning the trek to Antarctica can not only be time-consuming, but nearly impossible to finance in traditional ways with the average trip costing up to $50,000. Our guide breaks down helpful tips on how to start planning an arctic vacation by taking advantage of rewards points and miles.

If you have some time, check it out and let me know if you'd be interested in adding it to your page: https://www.creditcards.com/credit-card-news/antarctica-travel-tips-using-points/

Best,

Kim Tipton
​​​​​​Outreach Communications
CreditCards.com
9430 Research Blvd. | Building 4, Suite 400 | Austin, TX 78759


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