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Travel Tuesday: Frequent flyer deals

By Daybreak Staff 8:58 AM January 21, 2014

From destinations in the U.S. to international hubs, frequent flyer miles can bring big savings to Alaskan travelers.

ANCHORAGE – Travelers who are wary of frequent flyer reward programs may be tempted by sizable savings, said Travel Guru Scott McMurren.

Accruing miles can translate to free — or steeply discounted — flights to destinations both near and far. From hubs throughout the continental United States to South America, Europe and Africa, McMurren said frequent flyer miles can save travelers hundreds of dollars.

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