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We’ve said it a thousand times before, but again, shopping portals can be a great way to earn even more points for things you were already planning to buy! In fact, five shopping portals have bonuses going on, some ending today (11/19):

Beyond the online aspect, Alaska just unveiled a shopping portal option for your in-person shopping! Here’s how it works:

a screenshot of a credit cardAs you can see, it’s three pretty simple steps:

  1. Link your chosen card to the Alaska MileagePlan Shopping Portal, then link offers to your card
  2. Shop in-store and pay with your card. Your offers are usually good for 30-45 days
  3. Earn points!

Pretty simple! They’ve got a bunch of stores live now, including American Eagle, Macy’s, and Under Armour. It’s always good to see shopping portals expand–here’s hoping more stores are added to the list soon!

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