Posted by: pizzainmotion | February 24, 2012

Let Amazon Help Send You To Hawaii

No doubt you’d need to buy a lot of stuff from Amazon to get a free trip, but most people don’t know you can earn miles for ALL your Amazon purchases.

Hawaiian Airlines has a shopping portal you can use to earn 1 mile per dollar you spend at Amazon.  It really doesn’t take that much effort at all.  I have a shortcut in my browser directly to the portal.  2 clicks from there, and I’m on the regular Amazon site earning miles!

You can sign up for the Hawaiian Air program here.

Of course, some people will say, “But it will take me forever to save up enough miles to earn enough to take my family to Hawaii.”

Well, American Airlines is a partner with Hawaiian.  So, you can get a single ticket using your Hawaiian miles and use AA miles for the rest, or vice versa.

And as long as you keep buying stuff from Amazon through the Hawaiian portal, you don’t actually need to fly Hawaiian to keep your miles active!


Responses

  1. That’s one Hell of a find, Bro’!

    I spend thousands of dollars annually through Amazon and wasn’t aware they were affiliated with a shopping portal.

    And I fly to Hawaii several times a year so this is a perfect fit.

    Thanks for the heads-up. 🙂

  2. […] If you’re a mile junkie and have a wife/significant other like mine, you’re probably earning lots of Hawaiian miles from their purchases. […]

  3. […] I’ve already detailed how to earn Hawaiian miles from your Amazon purchases (the only way I currently know to earn some sort of mainstream US carrier miles). […]


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