First off, I would like to thank you all for your support of the site.  It’s been quite an adventure so far with lots of people writing to me for advice or just to share that they love the site.  For that, I am eternally grateful.

There are currently 105 blog posts, most of which are posts on how to take advantage of the points programs in Canada with a few series that walk you through how to do everything from finding and booking a reward flight with Aeroplan, negotiate your annual credit card fees to my most recent series on how to book Alaska partner awards.

I also understand that while I may cover the topics that people are interested in, there are certainly a few that go unwritten about.  That’s why I’ve decided to provide an opportunity for PointsNerd readers to let me know what they would like covered.

You can either leave a comment below or write me an email at [email protected]  and I will do my level best to cover the topic at some point in the future.  This is your chance to both help the blog and have a topic you are interested in covered in depth.

If you’ve been reading the blog consistently, you will notice that I like to go into a lot of detail to help my readers become experts in the field of travel hacking.

Ask and ye shall receive.


Jayce is the founder of PointsNerd, and avid traveller and a teacher by nature. He prides himself on flattening the learning curve through step-by-step guides because everyone needs to start somewhere.


  1. Thanks for the awesome blog, finding it super helpful so far. I’m looking for more information about earning points beyond the initial sign up bonuses (so a series on churning and credit and/or manufactured spending would be great). I’m hoping to to sustain this hobby instead of burning out at the beginning when I use up all my initial points from sign up.

    Also I’d love an article that compares point types for getting to different destinations.

  2. I think it would be good to see some options on what to do with smaller points balances. For example, I might have lots of aeroplan or SPG points, but what if I have 2600 Hilton Points or 1800 IHG Points or 2000 Jet Airways Points or 890 Agoda Points. Beyond just topping them off with transferable points, or letting them expire, are there any options for pooling, or kinda worthwhile uses in portals or something that could help those odd accounts?

  3. I am collecting SPG points to try and fly Emirates first class through JAL because Alaska went crazy and raised their prices overnight. Can you do a walkthrough on how to redeem Japan Mileage Bank miles? and also how to check Emirates first class availability? The JAL – JMB site is so confusing and I’ve never redeemed miles for flights so I’m nervous about transferring and not being able to book anything. Been only collecting for about a year and a half and only ever redeemed points for hotel rooms before. Thanks!


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