Last week I wrote about my call to get my Hawaiian miles reinstated, and the subsequent supposed phone-only offer which was presented to me about how to get a 50,000 mile sign-up bonus on the Hawaiian Airlines MasterCard from Barclays. In the latter post, many people commented that you actually are able to get this offer online by going through the process to book a fake flight on www.hawaiianairlines.com.
Well, earlier today, Miles to Memories posted an article with a live link to a landing page for a 50,000 mile sign-up bonus on this same card. So now anyone can get this bonus without having to either call in or go through the process of booking a fake flight!
In their post, Miles to Memories also does an excellent job summarizing the benefits of the card, as well as their potential utility. Very cool that this was discovered just days after I wrote about having to call in to get it. So now you all can get this offer without spending the extra time!
Here is a direct link to the offer. Although I’ve had varying degrees of success getting it to work for myself, it’s always worked when clicking through the Miles to Memories post, linked above.
Michael Prodanovich is a contributor to Point Me to the Plane, and author of The Ultimate Guide to Free Travel
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