Earn 10x United and American Airline Miles by Shopping Online!

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Both United and American Airlines are giving you the opportunity to earn 10x miles at select merchants by going through their shopping portals first. This is a great opportunity to increase the number of miles you can earn with your purchase with absolutely no cap! This bonus goes through Friday July 13, 2018.

Participating Merchants Include:

  • 4inkjets
  • Dell Small Business
  • Jet.com
  • Lord & Taylor
  • Macy’s
  • Neiman Marcus
  • Saks OFF FIRTH
  • Shoes.com
  • eBags
  • InterContinental Hotels (American Airlines portal only)

For those not familiar with an online shopping portal, essentially you go through the shopping portal first (in this case either United’s or American’s), search for one of the participating merchants listed above, and you’ll then be taken directly to that merchants online website. At that point, you’ll shop how you normally would as if you went to the merchants site to begin with. It takes an extra minute and allows you to earn points or miles along the way.

This is a great opportunity to earn both United and American miles!

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    • @bob – I’ve personally never purchased gift cards at jet.com. Typically the purchase of gift cards is a hit or miss – they sometimes work depending on the merchant and portal and sometimes do not. You could always purchase a small amount and see if it works then purchase more.

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