Netflix – 4,000 United miles or 2,500 American Airline miles or 2,500 Delta miles

What is this?

Netflix is teaming up with United, Delta and American Airline to offer bonus miles to new customers when they sign up with Netflix

You need to have a Mileage  Plus number (United), Delta Skymiles and American Aadvantage number

So for $7.99 first month fees you can get either or both of the two offers

    • 4,000 United miles
    • 2,500 American Airline miles
    • 2,500 Delta Skymiles

When you sign up for 3 accounts, use two different credit cards and possibly different billing addresses  and different emails. The miles should post within 1 or 2 weeks. After the mile posted, you can cancel the monthly subscription. There are possibilities to sign-up for multiple offers many times. I will sign-up for the 4,000 United miles offer the second time with Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Freedom Visa or Priority Club Visa which should all be working. So if you have 4 Chase cards, you can potentially get the United deals 4 times (16,000 miles for $36)

Sign up link for 4,000 United Airline miles: You need a MileagePlus Visa® credit card to get the full 4,000 mile

Sign up link for 2,500 American Airline miles

Sign up link for 2,500 Delta Skymiles

*************************************************************************************************************************************

My take

This is a great offer to earn some cheap miles. I signed up for Netflix United and get the 2,000 miles  since I don’t have the MileagePlus visa card. Next month, I will try the American Airlines offer.

About these ads

6 thoughts on “Netflix – 4,000 United miles or 2,500 American Airline miles or 2,500 Delta miles

  1. Pingback: How to fly to Europe and Vietnam for free « U Can Fly Free 2

  2. Pingback: Netflix only awards me 2,000 United miles « U Can Fly Free 2

  3. Pingback: American Airline 50,000 miles, $100 statement credit, One Companion Certificate « U Can Fly Free 2

  4. Pingback: 1,000 Free United miles « U Can Fly Free 2

  5. It appears that the United Link to the 4,000 Miles is no longer active. I don’t see any news on the United program terminating though. Thoughts?

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s