However, if you haven’t signed up for anything yet, this section will show you exactly where to sign up for the loyalty programs.
Sign Up to a Loyalty Program
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Getting Your Free Loyalty Accounts
Nothing prevents you from signing up to (almost) every single loyalty program in the world right now, except perhaps your availability of time!
The majority are free for the reasons mentioned in the previous section: companies want low barriers to entry and high rewards for these programs so you remain a loyal customer for years to come.
To sign up, you’ll simply need to know which programs you’ll be targeting, then find the appropriate links. Be sure when signing up to put all the information into an easily accessible file. Store all this information for quick access when you need it!
Here are some of the most popular loyalty programs people use when traveling:
Airline Frequent Flyer Programs
- Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan
- American/US Airways AAdvantage
- British Airways Executive Club
- Delta SkyMiles
- Hawaiian Airlines HawaiianMiles
- JetBlue TrueBlue
- Qantas Frequent Flyer/Club Member (paid)
- Singapore KrisFlyer
- Southwest Rapid Rewards
- Spirit Airlines FREE SPIRIT
- United MileagePlus
- Virgin America Elevate
- Virgin Atlantic Flying Club
Hotel Loyalty Programs
Car Rental Loyalty Programs
Airline and Hotel Dining Programs*
- AAdvantage Dining
- Delta SkyMiles Dining
- United MileagePlus Dining
- Alaska Airlines Dining
- Southwest Rapid Rewards Dining
- Hilton HHonors Dining
- IHG Priority Club Dining
- Diner’s Club International (actually a credit card)
*Important Note: You can’t sign up for more than one dining program at once, as they are all run by the same company. Just sign up for the one hosted by your desired partner, or another one that’s best for you.
Additional Resources for Learning About Loyalty Programs
If you need to learn more about your loyalty program, search for it in our hotel and airline loyalty program reviews:
Remember that loyalty programs have many partnerships with other airlines or hotels. If you feel you’ve chosen the wrong one, look for ways to utilize any partnerships before starting over in another loyalty program.