The Hawaiian Airlines online mall seems to be offering 74 HawaiianMiles per dollar spent at Amazon Local. Once you get to the online mall just enter “Amazon” in the top right search bar, and the offer should come up.
When you click on the next page it will let you connect to Amazon Local to make purchases.
However, the next page reads “Earn 74 Miles per member sign-up,” so I suspect maybe that’s what the bonus is actually for. Then again, 74 miles is an odd number of miles to give for an email sign-up.
The terms and conditions read as follows:
- Retailers retain the right to award points based on valid transactions. It is at the discretion of the retailer to deem whether a transaction is valid. Other restrictions may apply.
- Restrictions on use of gift cards, gift certificates, coupons or other promotional discounts may apply.
- See our Terms of Service for additional terms and restrictions regarding your use of this website.
- Limit one per member.
- Valid on first purchase by new members only.
The terms and conditions suggest to me that the bonus is based on purchases and not email sign-ups, since it says “valid on first purchase by new members only.” So signing up with an email isn’t a “purchase,” maybe they are in fact offering 74 miles per dollar on the first purchase? It’s an aggressive way to attract new customers, but then again, isn’t that all that Amazon Local/Groupon is anyway?
So use at your own discretion, but I figured it was at least worth mentioning and starting a conversation about.
(Tip of the hat to Randy)