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New Alaska, American, Southwest, and United Shopping Portal Bonuses [June 2024]

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Shopping portal bonuses are a great way to earn extra miles when shopping online. While you can earn miles any time, these limited-time deals offer additional bonuses that can help rack up lots of extra points and miles quickly.

This month, there are new bonuses for the Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, and Southwest Airlines shopping portals.

Here are the details you need to know about these new bonuses for June 2024.

Alaska Airlines Shopping Portal Bonus

The Alaska Airlines MileagePlan shopping portal is offering a bonus of 500 bonus miles when you spend $200 by Friday, June 14.

Alaska Shopping Portal Bonus
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We value Alaska miles at about 1.6 cents each, but you can often get a higher value by redeeming through partners, including Japan Airlines, Starlux, Qatar Airways, and more!

American Airlines Shopping Portal Bonus

The American Airlines AAdvantage shopping portal is offering a bonus of 500 bonus miles when you spend $200 by Monday, June 17.

AA Shopping Portal Bonus
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We estimate that American miles are worth around 1.4 cents each for flights. They can be redeemed for maximum value for flights on American Airlines as well as on Oneworld partner airlines, including Cathay Pacific, Qantas, Qatar, and even for the Etihad Apartment!

Hot Tip:

The miles you earn from regular purchases through AAdvantage shopping will also earn Loyalty Points, which help you earn American Airlines elite status. However, bonus miles, like the 2,000 you can earn from this promotion, do not earn Loyalty Points.

Southwest Airlines Shopping Portal Bonus

The Southwest Rapid Rewards shopping portal currently offers a bonus of 1,000 bonus miles after spending $100 through Tuesday, June 18.

Southwest Shopping Portal
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We value Southwest miles at about 1.3 cents each, and with the new Cash + Points feature, you can book flights for just a few thousand points!

United Airlines Shopping Portal Bonus

The United MileagePlus shopping portal is currently offering a bonus of 500 miles after spending $100 or 1,000 bonus miles after spending $500 through Sunday, June 16.

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  • Spend $100 and earn 500 bonus miles, or spend $400 and earn 1,000 bonus miles
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We value United miles at about 1.2 cents each, but you can often get a higher value by redeeming your miles for business class flights on United and Star Alliance partners like Lufthansa, ANA, or Turkish Airlines.

Bottom Line:

Alaska, American, Southwest, and United are all offering lucrative shopping portal bonuses in June. Dates and miles vary between each program.

How Shopping Portal Bonuses Work

To take advantage of these bonus points and miles, click through a retailer’s website on your shopping portal of choice before making an online purchase. No separate activation is required.

Your purchases will automatically be tracked, and you’ll earn bonus miles based on your spending during the promotional period.

Qualifying purchases do not include returns, cancellations, shipping and handling, taxes, gift cards, or other cash equivalent purchases, and certain products are not eligible for bonus points. Any returned or canceled orders will be deducted from your total spend.

Final Thoughts

These shopping portal bonuses offer an easy way to top off your balance with bonus miles, but you’ll have to act quickly.

When it comes to shopping portals in general, all you need to do is click through a participating store on the portal before completing your purchase. Once you meet a minimum spending requirement, the bonus miles or points will be credited to your account automatically.

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Katie has been in the points and miles game since 2015 and started her own blog in 2016. She’s been freelance writing since then and her work has been featured in publications like Travel + Leisure, Forbes Advisor, and Fortune Recommends.

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