Amazon.com & Miles…

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The team here shops at Amazon.com a bit too much. On a typical day, there always seems to be an Amazon.com box here. The product selection is comprehensive, the price is right, and 2nd-day delivery through Amazon Prime is amazingly fast. But one of the big pet peeves is the lack of reward miles for shopping in contrast to other general sites like buy.com.

Well, that’s no longer a problem. For you US Airways & Hawaiian Airlines frequent flyer program members, you can now get 1 or 2 miles per dollar spent at Amazon.com. Even thought Hawaiian offers more miles per dollar spent, US Airways miles are infinitely more useful due to its larger network for being part of Star Alliance.

The process is simple:

TIP:

  • Have your whole family use your Dividend Miles number when they are shopping on Amazon. Crediting the purchases under one account will accelerate your ability to obtain an award ticket!

Don’t leave easy miles on the table.

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