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How To Be Treated Like You’re A Loyal Hotel Guest (Even When You’re Not)

As many readers of OMAAT know firsthand, being loyal pays off – whether it comes to airlines or hotels, loyalty is rewarded with preferred status, miles, and points that can be redeemed for free nights and international first class tickets that would otherwise break the bank. While you can’t amass miles and points at most boutique or independent properties, you can still be treated like
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