5 Responses

  1. Darren
    Darren at |

    The top three.

  2. Oliver
    Oliver at |

    I would have included the family points pooling. I have never flown B6 and don’t expect that to change much, but would consider them if they are a good fit for a given trip. Since I don’t expect to earn enough miles/points on my own to reach a useful level, being able to combine my points with my wife’s would double the appeal.

  3. The Travel Abstract
    The Travel Abstract at |

    #3 for sure. B6 is defintely lacking in international department. Adding the ability to use TrueBlue on international trips would bring huge value.

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