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Award Wallet is a great tool used by many travel hackers. It allows you to see your points balances, expiration dates, and other account information all in one interface. The service has a free version, but many people use the Plus version for its additional features.

AwardWallet previously announced a price increase for their Plus service, taking it from $5 per 6 months to $30 per year. It’s is a major hike, effectively tripling the price!

However, AwardWallet has been clear that anyone who has previously paid for the service at the $10 per year rate will be grandfathered in. If you’ve ever paid for the Plus service at the $5 per 6 months rate and keep your subscription active, you won’t lose out on this rate and will continue to pay it indefinitely. If you haven’t ever paid for the Plus service, though, or let your subscription become inactive, you’ll be subject to the new pricing.

AwardWallet extends date of price change!

The roll-out date of this price increase was originally today, February 1, 2017. However, an email from AwardWallet this morning is extending the deadline to get the service for $10 per year for another two weeks! This means you can still get the old price locked in if you haven’t yet!

I literally just tried out AwardWallet yesterday for the first time, and I really like it. The deal I got is 6 months of Plus for free, as an initial trial with a referral code, but I am definitely going to sign up for the service for $10 per year.

AwardWallet allows you to link with most hotel and frequent flier programs, and it not only tracks your points balance and expiration dates, but also things like Alaska Airlines companion fare certificates and free hotel night certificates. Give Award Wallet a try if you haven’t yet.

If you like the service, get it now before February 15th to lock in the $10 per year price!

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