Earn 1,500 Bonus Miles from American, Alaska, and United!

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Great news for last minute online shoppers today as two more airline mileage sites have joined the United MileagePlus Shopping site in offering a really solid last minute holiday shopping mileage bonus of up to 1,500 miles each. Here are details on the new Alaska Airlines and American AAdvantage shopping bonuses, as well as a reminder about the United bonus. All three bonuses are essentially the same and have achievable bonus payouts at the $100 and $200 spending thresholds. The only thing that varies slightly are the promo dates.

American Airlines AAdvantage eShopping Bonus Offer 

Earn up to 1,500 bonus miles based on cumulative spending from 12/15 – 12/20/16.

  • Spend $100, get 500 bonus miles
  • Spend $200, get 1,500 bonus miles

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Alaska Mileage Plan Shopping Bonus Offer

Earn up to 1,500 bonus miles based on cumulative spending from 12/15 – 12/21/16.

  • Spend $100, get 500 bonus miles
  • Spend $200, get 1,500 bonus miles

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United MileagePlus Bonus Offer:

Earn up to 1,500 bonus miles based on cumulative spending from 12/13 – 12/20/16.

  • Spend $100, get 500 bonus miles
  • Spend $200, get 1,500 bonus miles

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At the $100 level that works out to an extra 5 miles per dollar spent in addition to whatever the individual retailers are awarding, if you spend exactly $100. At the $200 level it works out to an extra 7.5 miles per dollar spent via the 1,500 mile bonus if you spend exactly $200. This is a really great bonus – especially if you have a purchase to make at a retailer that normally pays out at a relatively low number of miles per dollar such as Walmart, Apple, Best Buy, etc.

These bonuses outlined above will stack with whatever miles the individual retailer(s) are paying out, as well as the miles and points you earn by paying for your purchase with your rewards credit card of choice.

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