Shopping Portals Offering 10x on Workout Gear and More

Dec 31, 2018

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If your New Year’s resolution includes getting or staying active, you can earn 10x on purchases to help you make your New Year a success. American Airlines and United Airlines shopping portals are currently offering 10x on select brands and stores.

If you’re looking to tap your inner yogi, you can currently earn 10x — regularly 4x — on lululemon purchases. So, you could net 1000 miles or more on that new pair of yoga pants. Outfitting yourself for daily workouts could get you well on your way to a free award ticket.

If running or jogging is more your style, you can ready yourself for some fancy foot work over at Finish Line. Here again you will earn 10x — up from 2x normally — to get yourself outfitted for the New Year. Finish Line is also having a 50% off sale currently for the end of the year, meaning you can find some great deals and earn miles in the processes.

If it’s your eyes that are feeling the strain, the AA portal has earning at 1-800-Contacts up to 15x while at United you will find 20x from the same retailer.

Finally, if you are looking to round out your overall wardrobe, pick up some new luggage or pick up a belated Christmas present for someone you forgot, you can earn 10x at Macy’s through both portals. Normally Macy’s would net you only 3x on your spend. Stack your return at Macy’s by using your Chase Freedom card, which is currently offering 5x at department stores.

All of these offers give you a great way to earn some extra miles all while getting yourself ready to take on the New Year in style.

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