Updated: Wednesday, March 20 2013, 12:56 PM EDT COLONIE -- A new report shows that 10 trillion miles have gone unredeemed, mainly because airlines make it difficult for travelers to cash them in. Available seats fill up fast, the calendar is crowded with black-out dates, there are booking fees, and the miles will sometimes expire before they can be used. Experts say that the best chance to cash in is to be flexible. Travelers may also want to consider booking a flight to a less popular destination or using rewards for a hotel stay. There are more rooms available than there are seats. The Real Deal: Unredeemed Airline Miles
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