Life Is Too Short To Fly Coach!

A Million Points? Why Stop There?

A million points can go a long way to traveling in style for quite some time.  Is there anyone who wouldn’t want a million points? Didn’t think so.

I was just informed that Points.com is giving away 3 million points.  They’re giving away 1 million points to a winner in 3 of the following loyalty programs:

Aeroplan

Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan

American Airlines AAdvantage Program

Audience Rewards

Best Buy Reward Zone

Delta SkyMiles

Esso Extra

Frontier Early Returns

Hawaiian Airlines Hawaiian Miles

Icelandair

Jet Blue True Blue

Priority Club

Speedway

United Mileage Plus

US Airways Dividend Miles

Virgin America

All you have to do is sign up for Points.com using the link of the program you want to be entered into the million point drawing for. This is a total no-brainer.  Points.com is a good fit for those people who don’t earn a lot of points, as in not enough to redeem for awards.  Rather than lose those points you can put them to use in various ways with the help of Points.com.  And, maybe win a million points in the process.

UPDATE:  I read the T&C incorrectly the first time, seeing prize values listed for all the programs.  The first post incorrectly stated Points.com was giving away 15 prizes instead of 3.  Thanks to Jack L for pointing that out.

  1. Jack L
    Reply

    They are giving away 3 million points, not 15 million points. They will have three drawings, each one to give away 1 million points to your choice of program. There are 15 programs to choose from.

    • pizzainmotion
      Reply

      Jack L, thanks for pointing out my error. Having trouble reading today. When I saw all the values listed in the T&C I somehow glossed over the part of 3 prizes.

  2. Fredd
    Reply

    Incidentally, we’re already members and managed to enter by following the link and simply logging in. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

    • pizzainmotion
      Reply

      Fredd, great bit of advice for existing members!

      Regards, Edward Pizzarello

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