However, readers more devoted to points-earning will know that there are benefits to be had in (or flying to) Malta from joining, amongst others:
– Avios (Vueling)
– BalticMiles (AirBaltic)
– Hhonors (Hilton)
– Nectar (Easyjet)
– Priority Club (Intercontinental hotels)
– Puntos (Vueling)
– Skywards (Emirates)
– Starwood Preferred Guest (Le Meridien)
I am certainly a member of all the above, and earn points from my Malta-based activity.
One difficulty in having so many reward points accounts is keeping track of them. To combat this, AwardWallet is an excellent, and free, website that allows you to plug in all your reward point details in one place, and then check (and update) your points totals (and their expiry dates) whenever it suits you.
AwardWallet is free, but to get the “premium” service you do need to make a minimum payment of US$5 to the site every 6 months. The basic service is fine, and the only major difference is that you are limited to three expiry dates (for points accounts) with the basic service (you get expiry dates for all points accounts with the premium service).
The link to sign up to AwardWallet is here. It’s important to go through this link rather than directly to the site, as the first 10 people who sign up through this link and add the bonus code free-cgqagp will get a free upgrade to premium for 6 months.
The only major downside to AwardWallet, from a Malta point-of-view, is that it does not support Air Malta/Flypass accounts.
Maltapoints is not in any way affiliated with AwardWallet and does not benefit commercially from you joining it. This post is not sponsored in any way by AwardWallet, it is simply to alert you to an extremely useful service for reward points collectors, as regularly used by the Maltapoints team.