(EXPIRED) Alaska Airlines Portal: Earn Up To 1,500 Bonus Mileage Plan Miles

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Alaska Airlines has joined the portal party and is offering up to 1,500 bonus Mileage Plan miles when shopping via their portal.

Alaska Airlines Shopping Portal Promotion

The Deal

  • The Alaska Airlines shopping portal is offering the following promotion:
    • Spend $150 & get 300 bonus miles
    • Spend $350 & get 750 bonus miles
    • Spend $550 & get 1,500 bonus miles
  • Direct link to offer.

Key Terms

  • During the “Holiday Bonus” offer, which runs from 11/3/2021 through 11/19/2021 at 11:59:59 pm ET (the “Bonus Period”), Member will receive a one-time bonus of up to 1,500 Mileage Plan bonus miles on qualifying purchases made through the Mileage Plan Shopping mall or from purchases made through Mileage Plan Shopping in-store offers.
  • This one-time bonus award will be determined using one of the following tiers, based on Member’s cumulative qualifying purchases made during the Bonus Period: Tier 1 bonus: 300 miles for qualifying purchases of at least $150; Tier 2 bonus: 750 miles for qualifying purchases of at least $350; or Tier 3 bonus: 1,500 miles for qualifying purchases of $550 or more.
  • “Qualifying purchases” do not include returns, cancellations, shipping and handling, taxes, gift card or other cash equivalent purchases, and certain products that are not eligible for bonus miles.
  • Please see the Mileage Plan Shopping site for details on product eligibility and other restrictions.
  • Please allow up to 10 weeks after the Bonus Period for bonus miles to post to your Mileage Plan Shopping account.
  • The Tier 3 bonus provides the maximum number of miles that will be awarded.

Quick Thoughts

The shopping portal is offering 2x, 2.14x or 2.73x if spending at the exact $150, $350 or $550 thresholds respectively. That’s not as good as some of the other airline shopping portal promotions right now, but it could still be worthwhile if you find that Mileage Plan miles are harder to collect than other airlines like United, Delta and Southwest.

One of the useful things about the Alaska Airlines portal (and the United portal for that matter, but not Delta or Southwest) is that they offer card-linked in-store earning opportunities. There aren’t as many in-store retailers available as there are online, but it can be useful if you’re someone who prefers shopping in-store rather than online.

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