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  1. Mike Patel
    Mike Patel at |

    I am in a big dilemma….I need to book 2 RT tickets from USA to India and 1 RT ticket from India to USA for travel within the next 2 months. Air fares during this peak season are off the roof….Travel dates for all the 3 are different….We first need to pick an airline which suits our needs and then need to make sure we get the best rates….
    1st Ticket IAH(18thMay)-BOM
    BOM(15th Aug)-LON
    2nd Ticket IAH(11thJun)-BOM
    BOM(15th Aug)-LON
    3rd Ticket BOM(15thAug)-LON
    LON(20th Aug)-IAH
    IAH(3rd Sep)-BOM
    All of us wanna travel on the same airline so we could have a stopover in London together.
    We are members of United Mileage and American advantage. We don’t have enough miles to buy free tickets yet.
    Any inputs or thoughts on airline selection, booking sites and method are welcome

  2. Jeff
    Jeff at |

    Very nice!

  3. LauraPDX
    LauraPDX at |

    Impressive Seth!

  4. chuck
    chuck at |

    Very impressive. I’m interested in syncassist for my multiple twitter accounts. what does it take to be a first class member?

  5. JB
    JB at |


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  7. HiIslands
    HiIslands at |

    Easy to set up, works exactly as you described. Thanks for your efforts on our behalf!

  8. Cosmo Dabagan
    Cosmo Dabagan at |

    While this is cool and unique, I can’t help but wonder once Amex sniff’s this, they will end the Sync deal for abuse such as this. Why shout this from the horn Seth? Could have maybe kept this under wraps.

  9. Scott
    Scott at |

    Great! Just registered 3 cards!!

  10. Haley
    Haley at |

    Nice, as far as it goes.
    Is there a way to submit ones that it misses to help others out?

    There are local offers, so it is worthwhile to check your online account, and there are often travel related sync deals that are only offered through tripadvisor. Since trip advisor lets you create as many accounts as you want a killer feature would be to figure out a way to automate those as well. I’m pretty sure there is no way to automate:
    unsync from twitter,
    sync to tripadvisor,
    grab the offers,
    unsync from tripadvisor,
    re sync to twitter.

    A girl can dream.

  11. Afam-dfw
    Afam-dfw at |

    Thanks for the tool and I am starting to use it as a First Class member.

    What are the menu choices to get to the sync tool page from the wandr.me home page? I can use the direct link but can not find on the menu.

    Since i have registered multiple cards, is there a way to see which twitter accounts are registered? As cards come and go, it would make linking and delinking maintainance much easier.


  12. Matt
    Matt at |

    But syncing is the easy part; the hard part is remembering *which* AmEx card you’ve synced the promos to. Any tips on that?

  13. Bob
    Bob at |

    There seems to be a problem when I login and click “register a new twitter account” it gives me a pop-up error message saying something like “that didn’t work so well”. Am I erring somehow? I just wanted to add a newly created twitter account in addition to all the others previously created which none of I want to de-link.

  14. awg
    awg at |

    SyncAssist is a great idea. It seems to have been working at first, but I no get signed up for offers even though they do appear in my amex twitter feed. Is it still working?

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  16. Val
    Val at |

    Signed up as a First Class member to be able to sync multiple cards, but it is not working for me. Get the “did not work so well” pop up when I try and sync a new account.
    Any suggestions?

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