Free 80 Hawaiian Airlines Miles

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Hawaiian Airlines is celebrating their 80th anniversary by giving out 80 free miles to anyone who registers, or every 80th person will get an $80 eCertificate. As usual, this is a free way to reset miles expiration. Ends today (11/11)! Register here.

All of us here at Hawaiian Airlines are grateful to you — our HawaiianMiles members — whose loyalty has made our 80th anniversary possible.

To celebrate, as we near the big day, we’re giving every HawaiianMiles member 80 free miles or an $80 eCertificate towards a flight between Hawaii and the Mainland U.S. Everyone will receive 80 miles just for registering and every 80th person to register will receive an $80 eCertificate in place of the miles.

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Comments

  1. Are the miles credited immediately? I registered but I am at “0 miles.”

  2. I currently have hawaiian miles from using my Bank of America VISA.
    I want to change over to Bank of Hawaii VISA. Will my mileage points balance transfer over or will I have to start all over?

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