List of Increased Mileage Portal Payouts for Cyber Monday

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Black Friday brought us some pretty increased shopping portal payouts for just that day, but now Cyber Monday has brought many of those temporary increases back!  I don’t expect many of the highest payouts to last longer than today.

Remember that these payouts are on top of the miles and points your credit card will earn.  For example, if you use your Chase Freedom® to make a $100 purchase at Neiman Marcus at 15x as shown below, you will earn 5x points on your Chase Freedom and 15x via the United MileagePlus Shopping portal, for a total of 2,000 miles and points for your $100 purchase!  The Chase Freedom is offering 5x points on select department stores,, and this quarter, for a combined max of $1,500 in purchases. 

Shopping Bonus Miles

Here’s a round-up of some of the increased payouts for Cyber Monday!

United MileagePlus Shopping:

Backcountry 10x

Barnes and Noble 5x

Brooks Brothers 10x

Dell Home 5x

eBags 18x

Groupon 12x

Kohls 6x

Neiman Marcus 15x

Target 4x

Petco 8x

Toms 10x

Walmart 3x


American Airlines eShopping

Anthropologie 10x

Brooks Brothers 10x

Harry & David 15x

Lancome 10x

Little Tykes 4x 30x

Neiman Marcus 10x

Snapfish 15x

Shoemall 12x


Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping

Anthropologie 12x

Disney Store 4x

Kohl’s 8x

Microsoft 6x

Sears 8x

Toms 10x

Toys R Us 3x

Under Armour 8x


Delta SkyMiles Shopping:

Aveda 9x

Kmart 5x

Last Call by Neiman Marcus 9x

Nordstrom 8x


Alaska Airlines MileagePlus Shopping

Cabelas 4x

Anthropologie 10x

Macy’s 4x

Sears 6x

Target 3x


I’d love to hear if you are earning some miles and points while taking advantage of good shopping deals today!

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