Earn 1,500+ Hawaiian Miles For Valentine’s Day! Plus, The Best-Ever 50,000 Hawaiian Miles Offer Is Still Alive!

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Earn 1,500+ Hawaiian Miles For Valentine’s Day! Plus, The Best-Ever 50,000 Hawaiian Miles Offer Is Still Alive!

First things first: The Best-Ever offer of 50,000 bonus miles with Hawaiian Airlines and barclaycard is still alive!

I wrote an earlier post on the details of this great offer.  Back then it was a targeted offer, but its now publicly available – which is great news if you are planning a trip to Hawaii or visit the islands often.

Earn 1,500+ Hawaiian Miles For Valentine’s Day! Plus, The Best-Ever 50,000 Hawaiian Miles Offer Is Still Alive!

Now we get word that Hawaiian Airlines has several ways to rack up a ton of Hawaiian miles just in time for Valentine’s Day!

Offer #1: Teleflora

The first offer is with Teleflora. You can get 1,500 miles per purchase! This is great because orders start at just $29.99 (but really $51.98 total with all taxes and fees). This means you can effectively get 29 miles per dollar spent!

Offer #2: 1800Flowers

The second offer with 1800Flowers may be even better than the Teleflora offer! You can get 30 miles per dollar spent! This is great because – using the example above – an order of $51.98 total would yield 1559.4 miles!

And with this offer, the amount of miles earned is not capped but grows with how much you spend, so $100 would give you 3,000 miles on a single purchase! This is even better then the Teleflora offer which is capped at 1,500 points per order.

The Bottom Line: Why You May Want To Take Advantage Of These Offers

These offers are an easy way to rack up Hawaiian miles (which can be hard to accumulate). Even better, these offers can help you meet your minimum spend on your Hawaiian Airlines credit card while helping you “top-off your miles”.

Why would you want to do this? Because round-trip mileage redemptions from the mainland start at 30,000 miles each way.

Say you got the 50,000 Hawaiian miles offer (after the minimum $3,000 spend in the first 90 days), you would still be 7,000 miles short of a round-trip flight. However, either of these offers could help you quickly rack up the 7,000 miles needed for the round-trip flight.

Cheers!

 

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