Jed Onboard the Sunrise in Santorini
Jed Onboard the Sunrise in Santorini

MilesGeek was established by Jed Stafford a professional traveler for more than 10 years. Over the years the idea of MilesGeek was born after booking multiple around the world itineraries using points and miles. A funny thing happened along the way, was I found I enjoyed writing about the people and destinations of our travel much more so than the daily mileage hacks that were constantly changing.

Over time MilesGeek has continued to grow and other writers started submitting great content as well. The name now more so reflects the number of miles we travel each year more so than reward miles. We do continue to highlight miles and points when we believe they are of high benefit and not something that will only last for 24 hours. We want to focus on mileage benefits for the year vs the day and not flood readers with credit card affiliate offers.

There are plenty of great sites out there such as The Points Guy which already successfully cover the daily nuances of credit card offers and breaking short-term deal alerts. The ability to earn free travel utilizing sign-up bonuses and credit card points is something we utilize and regularly advise people looking for how to travel with a limited travel budget to explore.


  1. Would milesgeek enjoy adding content from a native Alabamian who speaks, eats, and thinks Southern? If so, please send me your writers guidelines, and I’d love to submit some story ideas. Thank you. Connie Pearson

  2. Would love to write for milesgeek. My website is available if you wish to check out some of my writing. I currently have articles available on:
    Omaha, Nebraska
    Dodge City, Kansas
    Tombstone, Arizona
    New Zealand, Australia, South Pacific
    Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and many more places.

  3. Betsi,

    I have sent you our Writers Guidelines. Looking forward to exploring the possibilities.

  4. Hi there,

    I’d like to contribute to MilesGeek and would like to receive your Writers Guildines.

    Thank you,

    Mary Noe

  5. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog articles. I would like to receive a copy of your writer’s guidelines. Thank you.

  6. I would love to write for you could you please forward your writers Guidelines.

    Thank you in advance

    Bonnie Aleman

  7. I would like an opportunity to view your writers guidelines please. I am a Freelance Travel Writer from Portland, Oregon.

    I am currently writing for http://www.shareoregon.com.
    My website is in the works, but I am on social media.

    Twitter – @you_gotta_travel
    Instagram – Red Hot Adventures
    Facebook – Red Hot Adventures or Konnie Oviatt Stykel

    Thank you for your consideration.

  8. I would like to write for MilesGeek. Please forward the writers guidelines by e mail. I am listed on travmedia.ca or you can visit my website/blog. My main passion is photography. I live in Chilliwack, BC and cover the Northwest in detail.

  9. Good morning. Would milesgeek be interested in pieces from a traveling empty nester? I would like to receive your writer guidelines. Thank you for your time. Barb Harmon

  10. Kathy

    I am interested in writing for Miles Geek. Please send me your writer’s guidelines.

    I am a freelance writer based in The Woodlands, Texas. I enjoy traveling and writing about the Houston to Dallas to San Antonio area of central Texas, especially the Hill Country. I have also traveled extensively throughout the US and Europe, and will be returning to Germany (Frankfurt, Baden Baden, Munich) and to Italy (Venice, Florence, Tuscany, Cinque Terre, and Rome) in June this year. I currently teach Special Education and coach tennis in high school, but will be retiring soon to spend full time as a travel writer.

    You can see some of my published work at scottkendalltravels.com.


    Scott Kendall

  11. Hi!

    I’m hoping to be able to read your writer’s guidelines with an eye to submitting articles for your readers. I currently write for an offshore retirement e-mag and also wrote a blog on Nicaragua. Most of this material is available on my website as well as some random articles I’ve written. I’m a member of ITWPA and I live in London, Ontario, Canada.

    Thanks for your time!


  12. May I please get your Writer’s Guidelines?
    I would be interested in submitting an article that I have written about a lovely island on the Gulf coast of Florida. I’m a photographer and have recently become interested in travel writing.
    Thank you,
    Joann Waggoner

  13. Good morning Kathy. I hope your flights to Lisbon were pleasant and uneventful. I am the Delta flight attendant you chatted with on the train the other day. Your love of Portugal was evident during our brief discussion. As instructed, please tell me more about Portugal. I look to forward to hearing from you. Paula

  14. Hi ,

    This is a great website. I would love to be able to contribute. May I please get your Writer’s Guidelines?

    Thank you,


  15. Hi Kathy,

    I hope all is well with you.

    I am a Canadian travel writer/photographer currently living in Puerto Vallarta Mexico. I retired last year after working for 12+years on the cruise ships.

    Could you please send me your writers guidelines?


  16. Dear Kathy,

    Love your website. As a travel writer and photographer, I would love to contribute to your sight. Could you please forward your writer’s guidelines at your earliest convenience.

    Thank you.

  17. Dear Kathy,

    I would love to receive a copy of your writer’s guidelines. I live in Maryland and write a lot about my hometown, as well as DC and Virginia.

    Thanking you in advance.

    Warm Regards,


  18. Could I please get a copy of your writer’s guidelines as well. I’m starting a 7 month road trip next month to all 50 states and would like to submit some adventures. 🙂

  19. Hello Kathy,

    May I request for a copy of your writer’s guidelines ? I am considering free- lance travel writing and would love to see if I have the chops to do it .


  20. Hello Kathy,
    I would like an opportunity to view your writers guidelines please. I am a travel blogger and photographer and would like to contribute.
    Thank you.

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