How one man used an air-miles loophole to book £40,000 worth of flights for £200

A man used a loophole in an air-miles scheme to book £40,000 worth of flights around the world for under £200. Sam Huang used credit card schemes and the absence of routing rules in the flight booking system to secure the series of first-class flights with Emirates airline that included around-the-world stop-overs for just £196.  Like many other people before him, Mr Huang took out lots of credit cards with air miles and began racking up points. 

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.independent.co.uk

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