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Just today – make up to 4 miles per dollar on Apple purchases

Is it time to get the next iPhone or upgrade the technology at your home office? If so, today is a good day to buy Apple products that are already in your cart as some airlines are offering bonus miles for online purchases via Apple.com.

Today only — earn up to 4 miles per dollar on Apple purchases
Today only — earn up to 4 miles per dollar on Apple purchases

Here’s the high earnings you’ll get on Apple purchases today, March 7, 2022, when you click through the following online shopping portals:

Americans: Earn 4 miles per dollar at Apple (usually 1 mile a dollar).
Alaska: Earns 4 miles a dollar at Apple (usually 1 mile a dollar).
Delta: Earns 4 miles per dollar at Apple (usually 1 mile per dollar).
United: Earn 4 miles per dollar at Apple (usually 1 mile per dollar).
In addition, the AAdvantage Shopping portal is offering additional rewards of up to 1,000 miles based on your cumulative purchases from March 7, 2022 to March 14, 2022.

Specifically, you’ll earn 500 miles if you spend at least $100 during the bonus period and 1,000 miles if you spend at least $300 during the bonus period.

You should always use the shopping portal aggregator to compare the highest earnings ratios of different retailers before making a big purchase. The way you evaluate your mileage will affect which offer is best for you overall. Just know that bonuses based on spending thresholds aren’t always listed on these aggregation pages.

How miles can be added up

If you buy a MacBook Air for $999 through the AAdvantage Shopping portal, you’ll earn 4,996 AAdvantage miles (3,996 when earning 4 miles per dollar spent plus 1,000 bonus miles when spending at least $300 during the bonus period). Those miles are worth $88.43 at TPG’s valuation, and they could be worth even more if you could find the right flight to redeem them.

And, the basic mileage earned through the U.S. shopping portal is now counted as Loyalty Points. So you’ll be close to gaining 4,000 Loyalty Points to gain (or qualify to have) America’s elite status.

Just be aware that there are some limitations to what you can buy with this increased reward rate: Gift cards, gift packages, Apple Developer Programs, and delivery are often ineligible to accumulate miles. You also won’t earn points on Apple’s latest releases, like the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro and M1 Max, iPad (9th generation), all-new iPad mini, and Apple Pro Display XDR.

Credit cards to use.

Surprisingly, the Apple Card isn’t necessarily the best card to make an Apple purchase.

While it’s quite profitable, due to apple’s high device prices, you should focus on credit cards that have protection on purchases and extended warranty benefits. Benefits vary between cards, but you can be successful in getting compensation if your product is damaged or destroyed during the insurance period. Many TPG employees have succeeded in getting their Apple products protected through credit card protections.

Information about the Apple Card was collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.

If you’re choosing an expensive new phone, then it’s best to have a card that will help protect your phone in case of loss or damage after the first few months of applying purchase protections, such as ink business priority credit cards.

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