Thursday, August 9, 2012

Light up my points!

This is by no means new information but you can earn airline miles through utility partners. For several years now I have been signing up for a utility partner to get bonus miles and earn miles for each dollar spent on my utility bill. Then I would switch to a new utility partner about every 6-9 months to get the new bonus! Might as well get miles for utilities you are going to use anyways right!?!  Below are the currently participating partners through various airlines. Many are state specific but favor seems to be given to residents of the great state of Texas!

*Please check my miles and points database as some offers change over time.


American Airlines
Earn 5,000 bonus miles after signing up plus 2 miles for every $1 spent. Available to residents in CT, IL, MD, NJ, NY, PA and TX.

Earn 5,000 bonus miles after signing up plus 2 miles for every $1 spent. Available to residents in Texas.
Earn up to 15,000 bonus miles after signing up plus 500 miles per month. Available to residents in Texas




United Airlines
Earn an activation bonus of 5,000 miles plus earn two miles for every $1 you spend on the supply portion of your bill each month. MileagePlus credit card holders earn three miles per $1. Service available in the following U.S. states only: CT, IL, MD, NJ, NY, PA, OH and TX.

     Earn 5,000 bonus miles after signing up plus 2 miles for every $1 spent on the energy charge. Available to residents in Texas.



Southwest Airlines
Earn an activation bonus of 5,000 miles after your second month of being a user. Rapid Reward Credit Card holders receive an extra 2,500 mile bonus. Earn two miles for every $1 you spend while Rapid Reward Credi Card holders receive three miles per $1. Only for residents residing in CT, IL, MD, NJ, NY, OH, or PA.


Earn 30,000 miles for 30 month plan, 20,000 for a 24 month plan, and 5,000 for a 12 month plan with guaranteed price protection. Available to residents in Texas.



2 comments:

  1. here is a link to Energy plus 12,500 miles.

    http://www.energypluscompany.com/mileageplus/choice/?at=EM&cc=02&ci=5773&pc=098&pcb=098&pac=UAL&version=0&gas_pc=781&gas_pcb=781

    don't know if it is targeted though.

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    1. Thanks for the link! I'll have to give it a try :)

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