Where To Credit Rocketmiles Miles–AwardWallet Plus Giveaway


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Rocketmiles is a way to earn bonus airline miles with hotel bookings. One of the best features of the program is that they now have 11 airlines where you can credit your miles. But this creates a question. Which airlines should you credit your miles to?

Each of the airlines has their own program benefits. There are actually 11 airlines you can transfer miles to. So there is likely a program for everyone. We look forward to hearing which program you transfer (or would) miles earned through Rocketmiles.

Rocketmiles Airline Partners

For me, the choice is clear. In this post I’ll share where I credit the miles I earn through Rocketmiles and ask readers to do the same for a chance to win one of two AwardWallet Plus upgrade certificates.

What Is Rocketmiles?

For those of you who don’t yet have a Rocketmiles miles account, they offer a way to increase the amount of airline miles you’ll earn with hotel stays over the “airline mile” earning options through hotel loyalty programs. Hotel bookings made through Rocketmiles allow members to earn thousands of miles for reservations booked through Rocketmiles. It’s simply, really.

Award Wallet Plus Giveaway

To enter our Award Wallet Plus giveaway, simply enter through one of the methods below:

  • Tweet us @WeeklyFlyer, @rocketmiles #PMMAwardWallet to tell us where you credit miles
    • @WeeklyFlyer @rocketmiles #PMMAwardWallet I credit Rocketmiles to Air France
  • Leave a comment in this post below telling us where you credit your rocketmiles and why

We’ll select two lucky winners on Saturday at random and will send each winner a code for an upgrade to a free AwardWallet Plus account.

Why Credit To Air France Flying Blue

I credit the miles I earn with Rocketmiles to Air France Flying Blue. It may seem an odd choice to some, but not to me. The primary reason I credit to Air France Flying Blue is the ability to redeem the miles for a one-way on Delta Airlines or other Air France partners.

Rocketmiles Credit Program

Plus, since I’m now an Air France Elite member, thanks to a status match they ran last year, I have access to their premium award space. The elite status gives me availability to their elite member space, which is great if I plan another trip to Bora Bora with Air France in a premium cabin on their 777. The Air France award award space rarely comes available so I want to have plenty of miles just in case it does like I pointed out in this prior post.

Bottom Line

I transfer the miles I earn through Rocketmiles to Air France Flying Blue so I can redeem for one-way flights on Delta.

Where do you transfer your Rocketmiles earned miles?

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Comments

  1. I credit to Alaska. Wanting that shower in the sky next year and it seems like Alaska miles are the way to go!

  2. Credit to United, saving up for 2 round trip business flights to Australia. Since United devalued I’m now 25k miles short!

  3. I credit Rocketmiles to American AAdvantage as I’m planning to use them towards a Cagthay Pacific award

  4. I credit Rocketmiles to American AAdvantage as I’m planning to use them towards a Cathay Pacific award to Japan

  5. Credit to Aeroplan since I travel a lot from eastern Canada to eastern US and 15k miles is a good deal considering how much fares cost.

  6. I credit them to American because that’s the airline I have status with and because I’m hoping for a trip to Japan on Cathay Pacific.

  7. Would you happen to know if using Chase Sapphire or Ink at Rocketmiles or pointshound will trigger the 2x travel bonus? Thanks.

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