When you travel for business, you might be dealing with early wake ups for flights, lost sleep due to jet lag, and even
anxiety over having to conduct meetingsin new destinations.If you’re clocking up thousands of miles every year with regular domestic flights or international hops to cities 5 time zones away, then you probably want more business travel perks than what your paycheck provides.We can’t guarantee that your company will allow you to collect points, but we’re of the mindset that they should. Your company gets the credit card points or miles for the money spent buying the ticket, and you get the miles from your loyalty program. That seems fair right? We think so. If you’re of a like mind, then read on to learn how to collect those travel loyalty programs’ points for yourself.Note: if you’re a travel manager wanting to make your frequent flyers happy by saving their points for them, this system works perfectly for you too. Just skip ahead to step 5.