Earn 18 United Miles Per Dollar at eBags Today Only

Oct 17, 2014

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For today only (October 17, 2014), the United MileagePlus shopping portal is offering a huge bonus for purchases from Ebags.com. Normally Ebags purchases earn 4 miles per dollar through MileagePlus shopping, but today you’ll earn 18 miles per dollar spent.

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Earn 18 miles per dollar spent at Ebags.com when you use the United MileagePlus shopping portal.

While this offer isn’t as impressive as the 35 miles per dollar bonus we saw last year, it’s still a great deal. In my monthly valuations for September, I list United miles at 1.5 cents apiece, so this offer gets you a return of 27 cents in value for every dollar spent. Furthermore, you can stack the mileage bonus with the $20 discount offered to MileagePlus shopping members for Ebags purchases over $100. Note that the Ebags bonus is not eligible on purchases of gift cards or other cash equivalents, and can’t be used with coupon or discount codes found elsewhere.

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Ebags sells a wide variety of luggage, backpacks, and other travel gear.

To get in on this deal, log in to the United MileagePlus shopping portal and search for Ebags. Then click through to the Ebags.com website and complete your shopping. Your bonus points will be credited to your MileagePlus account once your purchase is confirmed. For more info on shopping portals in general, please see this post.

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