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It’s President’s Day weekend and you know what that means: sales on mattresses, cars, etc. For those of us that prefer online shopping, it’s a great chance to rack up a bunch of bonus miles through airline shopping portals.

If you want to see all the President’s Day weekend bonus point offers, check out the full list for United MileagePlus ShoppingAmerican AAdvantage eShopping, Alaska Mileage Plan ShoppingDelta SkyMiles Shopping and Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping.

Let’s take a look through some of the most appealing offers:

eBags

eBags is offering up to 70% off select products this President’s Day weekend. Even better, you can earn up to 15x miles by buying products through an airline shopping portal:

  • Alaska Mileage Plan Shopping: 15x (28.5% return based on TPG valuations)
  • United MileagePlus Shopping: 15x (21% return)
  • American AAdvantage eShopping: 14x (19.6% return)
  • Delta SkyMiles Shopping: 12x (14.4% return)
  • Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping: 7x (10.5% return)

Lord & Taylor

The upscale retailer is also getting into the bonus miles mood this weekend, giving bonuses as high as 12x miles per dollar spent:

  • Alaska Mileage Plan Shopping: 12x (22.8% return based on TPG valuations)
  • United MileagePlus Shopping: 12x (16.8% return)
  • American AAdvantage eShopping: 10x (14% return)
  • Delta SkyMiles Shopping: 10x (12% return)
  • Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping: 5x (7.5% return)

Dell Small Business

If you’re looking into purchasing a new computer or laptop, Dell’s Small Business is discounting business PCs by up to 40%. And no, you don’t need a small business to buy through Dell’s Small Business website:

  • United MileagePlus Shopping: 10x (14% return based on TPG valuations)
  • Alaska Mileage Plan Shopping: 5x (9.5% return)
  • American AAdvantage eShopping: 6x (8.4% return)
  • Delta SkyMiles Shopping: 5x (6% return)
  • Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping: 4x (6% return)

JCPenney

If you’re looking to pick up a few new outfits, JCPenney is offering bonus miles for online purchases this weekend. Plus, you can combine the shopping portal bonus points with coupon code “2DEALS” for an extra 30% off purchases over $100.

  • United MileagePlus Shopping: 8x (11.2% return based on TPG valuations)
  • Alaska Mileage Plan Shopping: 3x (5.7% return)
  • American AAdvantage eShopping: 4x (5.6% return)
  • Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping: 3x (4.5% return)
  • Delta SkyMiles Shopping: 3x (3.6% return)

Macy’s

With 2-3x the amount of miles you’d normally earn, it’d be wrong not to mention the bonuses being offered for Macy’s purchases:

  • Alaska Mileage Plan Shopping: 6x (11.4% return based on TPG valuations)
  • United MileagePlus Shopping: 6x (8.4% return)
  • American AAdvantage eShopping: 6x (8.4% return)
  • Delta SkyMiles Shopping: 6x (7.2% return)
  • Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping: 4x (6% return)

Happy shopping!

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