WOW! Up To 10 Miles Per Dollar On Apple Purchases (Today Only)

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I’m a big Apple fan and I generally plan ahead for a really nice Apple promotion on the various shopping portals to purchase equipment we need for our business. Today is a great day to purchase any Apple products you’ve been thinking about, with the ability to earn up to 10 miles per dollar:

  • 10 miles per dollar on Mac and iPad purchases
  • 3 miles per dollar on iPhone purchases
  • 2 miles per dollar on Apple Watch and most accessories

I saw this on One Mile at a Time this morning and honestly can’t recall the last time the shopping portals offered 10 miles per dollar on Apple purchases.

This is only for today, Monday, June 26th, 2023.  Here are links to the various shopping portals:

I think the best way to play this (especially if you have a large Apple purchase) would be to use the American AAdvantage eShopping portal.  American’s Loyalty Points earning framework allows you to earn elite status and milestone rewards for purchases you make through a shopping portal.

The Final Two Pennies

I highly doubt we’ll see an earning rate as high as this on Mac or iPad purchases anytime soon.  And, I really can’t recall a time where you could earn more than 10 miles per dollar on Apple purchases.  If you’re on the fence or have been planning an Apple purchase, today is the day to place that order!

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  1. The best earning rate in the past 15 months was 30 miles per dollar with JetBlue. CashBack Monitor is an excellent site that tells you what points or cashback you can get at any given store each day.

    1. I don’t value JetBlue True Blue points nearly as much as I do AA or UA. Some may see more value in the currency than I do and 30X True Blue points is probably a higher value to someone who flies JetBlue than taking AA or UA miles. Outside of your example I don’t recall one of the major airlines ever offering 10X. Cashback Monitor (a great site I use frequently) supports my recollection.

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