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The best price for travel,
no matter how you pay

Here's how it works

Install Points Path on your desktop browser

The extension works with Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers. (Safari is coming soon!)

Search using Google Flights

Points Path inserts the points prices next to Google's cash prices, and tells you which is the better deal.

Click to book directly with the airline

Use Points Path to book with either cash or points on the airline's website.

Bon voyage!

Save money or points every time you book!

What happy travelers are saying about us

Cara B.
This is genius! It is a ridiculous time-saver and so efficient. Very easy to understand and lays it all out so you can easily make a choice AND make the purchase or redemption. Love it!
Ben H.
Within the first couple hours of having this extension I booked 3 flights with miles that saved me a ton of money...This is a game changer!
Daniel C.
A great extension that is intuitive and is a great alternative/addition to seats.aero

Frequently asked questions

When you search with Google Flights, Points Path performs an identical flight search with each of its covered airlines, but requests prices in points or miles instead of cash. The results are then combined with Google’s results, so you’re always seeing the most up-to-date pricing available from both Google and the airlines themselves.
Points Path currently offers award pricing for the frequent flyer programs of American, Alaska, Delta, JetBlue, United, and Air Canada. This includes all flights on the six airlines themselves, as well as flights with partner airlines.
Yes! We’re already working on adding more programs, and you’ll be seeing them very soon.
Nothing! While in the future, there may be a small monthly fee for personalized or advanced features, the basic Points Path search extension will always be free.
Points Path’s exclusive algorithm checks the pricing on thousands of flights a day and uses that data to determine a median value for the points or miles of each frequent flyer program. The algorithm then uses those valuations to convert the award price of each flight into an equivalent cash price, adds in any taxes or fees, and compares the result to the cash fare to determine which price is lower. As of right now, the median values for each of Points Path’s covered programs are 1.1 cents per mile for Delta, 1.25 cents for United, 1.3 cents for American and JetBlue, 1.4 cents for Air Canada, and 1.45 cents for Alaska. However, in the near future, those values will shift up and down daily based on ongoing pricing data. When that happens, Points Path will transparently provide each day’s calculated program valuations to our users.
This message indicates there has been a temporary hiccup in our connection with an airline. When this happens, try to refresh the page in your browser to see if the correct points information appears.

You can use any currency with Points Path, but in order for the extension to run properly, the language option in Google Flights must be set to “English (United States).” Also, you must use the basic dot-com version of Google Flights at flights.google.com — regional versions of Google Flights will not work.

Yes. While the visual experience is a bit cluttered, the two extensions will work together (and we plan to make this integration even more seamless in the future).
We have received reports of users successfully installing and running Points Path on other Chromium-based browsers. However, we have not yet tested the extension on other browsers beyond Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, so we cannot guarantee it will work. Also, since Apple’s Safari browser uses a different architecture, Points Path will not run on Safari (though we’re planning to release a Safari version in the near future).
Yes! All extensions submitted to the Google Web Store undergo a review by Google for security and safety before being permitted to publish or update. Points Path complies with all policies and guidelines of the Google Web Store, and contains no harmful or malicious code.

While the Chrome Web Store hosts the Points Path installation file, it’s not publicly listed in a search of the store. To get a link to install Points Path, sign up via pointspath.com, then click the blue “Click here to install Points Path” button in the email you receive from us.

You can read our complete Instructions guide, which has additional questions and answers, or you can click on the “Contact” link in the top right corner of this page and send us an email. We love hearing from our users, so don’t be shy!

About Points Path

Julian Kheel
Points Path Founder and CEO

Julian Kheel was previously Editorial Director of The Points Guy, as well as CNN’s Senior Editor covering travel and credit card rewards, and also worked as a consultant for the “Big 3” airlines. He has appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Bloomberg Surveillance, and other TV programs to talk about frequent flyer miles, and has been quoted about travel rewards in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and many other national publications.

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