Spend Your Reward Miles in Style

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Hurry! Last day to win a $100 American Express Gift Card.

Are your a hoarder when it comes to reward programs? Maybe you're saving for a European adventure or a great piece of luggage. This week I get to dream BIG with 75,000 imaginary miles from American Express Membership Rewards.

To get you up to speed, American Express gave me a dream assignment this month. I took on the challenge of finding stylish and creative ways to spend rewards at the 25,000, 50,000 and now 75,000 levels. Here's what I'd nab if those 75,000 miles suddenly appeared in my account.

Virgin Roundtrip Flight: Book a Premium Economy ticket on Virgin Air Ticket to London (67,500 miles) and take in some of my favorite sites, such as the Tate Modern and tea the Berkeley. My belief is that we'll never, ever regret travel.

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Two for Dinner: A glorious gourmet meal prepared by your very own personal chef. Bonus: A floral centerpiece and wine to complement your meal will also be delivered to your home ensuring a perfect evening. All shopping, prep work, and cleaning (amen!) will be handled, so you can relax and enjoy a delightful dining experience. (75,000 points)

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Le Creuset Cast Iron Set: This classically designed equipment never goes out of style.Set includes: Round French Oven, Saucier Pan, Square Skillet Grill, Roaster and lids. This prizes weighs in at a whopping 36 lbs! (75,000 points)

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Abercrombie & Kent $500 Certificate: With enough of these we'd book a family holiday in Kenya for a Safari. With A&K children ages 6 to 14 automatically become members of A&K's Adventure Crew. So we'd likely wait a few years on this one until the girls are both over age 6.

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$700 Bergdorf Goodman Gift Card: Turn your miles into fashion currency. With 75,000 miles, I'd get $700 in a gift card to BG. Which would be just enough for these...

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