Tuesday Only: 15 American Miles Per Dollar at 15 Different Stores

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Tis the season to earn lots of miles doing your online shopping! Yesterday we saw the United shopping site offer a whopping 15 miles per dollar spent at 15 different stores and now today the American Airlines shopping site is doing the same, just with slightly different retailers.

Getting 15 miles per dollar is a very, very solid payout and it is stackable with whatever miles you earn by paying with the rewards credit card of your choice, or even things like Amex Offers (and there are some for a few of these stores!). Remember this is a one-day only increase that ends tonight (12/6/16) at 11:59 PM Eastern, so don’t miss out on earning these miles if you have a purchase planned at one of these stores.


Earn 15 American Miles per Dollar 15 Retailers:

  • Barneys New York
  • Jos A Bank
  • Living Social
  • Sunglass Hut
  • World Market
  • New Balance
  • Nike
  • Sephora
  • Backcountry
  • Harry & David
  • Shutterfly
  • Jos A. Bank
  • Neiman Marcus
  • Bose
  • Shoebuy

Earn Up To 1,500 Bonus Delta SkyMiles

If these 15 retailers aren’t on your radar, remember that the Delta shopping site is also offering a sitewide bonus of up to 1,500 miles for your online shopping through 12/9/16.

Earn bonuses for your cumulative spending in the SkyMiles Shopping site from 11/30/16 – 12/9/16.

  • 500 miles for qualifying purchases of at least $150
  • 1,500 miles for qualifying purchases of at least $750 or more

Have you done well with any of these limited time payout increases?

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