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Over the past few weeks, I have been running a Travel Hacking March Mayhem.  We started off with 16 top tools (see Top 10 miles and points tools and the honorable mentions!).  Two weeks ago we had the 8 first round games

and then the 2nd round games

Then the semifinals

Leaving us with a “chalk” final of #1 Award Wallet vs. #2 Autoslash


The championship game

While our championship didn’t have QUITE the drama of the recent NCAA Men’s Basketball final game, we did have a bit of drama.  #2 Autoslash came out with an early lead in the votes, and even tried to get the votes out on social media!

#1 seed Award Wallet had been a runaway winner in all 3 of its previous games, and this one was no exception.  Despite falling behind in the votes early, Award Wallet came back with a 69% – 31% win to win the title of Top Travel Hacking tool!

Congratulations to Award Wallet!

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