Earning miles & points with Rocketmiles is easy and cost effective. If you are looking for some extra miles then I urge you to read below about my wonderful experience with Rocketmiles.
I used Rocketmiles for the first time when I booked a hotel reservation for my trip to Anchorage, Alaska in May/early June. I will say that Rocketmiles is a pretty good way at earning extra miles for hotel stays, usually the price difference between Rocketmiles and other web-booking sites is around $10, which is cheap if you consider the price of buying 1,000-4,000 miles. Rocketmiles has 14 participating airlines/reward programs, the list is found at the end of this post, but I chose to earn miles on American Airlines since they are my airline of choice.
I booked a two night stay at the Coast International Inn and got 2,000 AAdvantage miles and 300 Business Extra points for my stay. My friend, who was also with me, booked one night and earned 1,000 AAdvantage miles and 300 Business Extra points as well. On top of that, we each got 1,000 extra AAdvantage miles because I referred him to Rocketmiles.
Our AAdvantage miles posted within a week of completing our stay and the Business Extra points posted on the 1st of the month, which is when they post for Rocketmiles stays.
So for the grand total of $298, I stayed at a decent hotel near ANC airport for two nights and earned 3,000 AAdvantage miles + 300 Business Extra points for my AA business account.
The expectations I had of Rocketmiles were met, and I highly recommend that you book through them if you are on the hunt for extra award miles or points.
You can earn miles/points from the following airlines:
- American Airlines
- US Airways
- Alaska Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Southwest Airlines
- United Airlines
- Turkish Airlines
- KLM/Air France
- Hawaiian Airlines
- Virgin America; and
I hope this post helps you rack up those miles/points!