60,000-Mile Hawaiian Airlines Credit Card Offer

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Barclays has unveiled a new limited-time offer on the Hawaiian Airlines® World Elite Mastercard® .

Hawaiian Airlines® World Elite Mastercard®
Hawaiian Airlines® World Elite Mastercard®
Annual Fee$0 intro annual fee first year, then $99
Welcome Bonus Limited Time Offer: Earn 60,000 bonus miles after spending $2,000 on purchases in the first 90 days
  • 3X miles on eligible Hawaiian Airlines purchases
  • 2x miles on gas, dining and grocery store purchases
  • 1X miles on all other purchases

How Far Will 60,000 Hawaiian Miles Go?

60,000 miles can take you quite a long way. It is sufficient for round-trip travel in economy class to Hawaii from anywhere in the US. Alternatively, you have many other redemption options both with Hawaiian Airlines and with partner airlines. Personally, we like the idea of using Hawaiian miles to cover intra-island flights. At 7,500 miles, you've got at least 6 one-ways covered.
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Our Take

Hawaiian has a good network (if you're based in Hawaii of course), and 60,000 miles is a fantastic offer for folks based in the Hawaiian Islands or are planning a visit. If you need more Hawaiian miles, they are a transfer partner for American Express Membership Rewards, and every so often they do have a transfer bonus.

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