Earn 5,000 bonus miles with most programmes on your first Rocketmiles booking

A guide to earning bonus frequent flyer points with Rocketmiles

GUIDE: Earning Points
DIFFICULTY: Easy
TIME TO READ: 1 minutes
POSTED: September 24, 2019
UPDATED: September 24, 2019
LOYALTY PROGRAMS: Relevant to Multiple Programs

Rocketmiles is a hotel aggregator service that offers kickbacks for hotel bookings in the form of frequent flyer miles.

There are a few good bonus point offers available at the moment, primarily for those making their first booking.

In particular, there is an offer on until the end of the year that allows you to earn 5,000 miles with pretty much any participating frequent flyer programme, including Velocity, Asia Miles, KrisFlyer, AAdvantage, United Mileage Plus, and Alaska Mileage Plan.

Current Rocketmiles Offers

Promo LinkOffer detailsEnds
Aegean Miles+Bonus4,000 bonus miles on your first booking30 November 2019
United MileagePlus Miles3,000 bonus miles on your first booking30 September 2019
Most frequent flyer programmes5,000 bonus miles on your first booking31 December 2019

Last updated: 23 September 2019

We’ve written about Kaligo, one of Rocketmiles competitors. Most of the commentary in that piece applies to Rocketmiles as well.

For these bonuses you need to:

  • Compare the market to ensure you are not overpaying for your hotel night and earning points at an unreasonable rate
  • Take advantage of the new customer bonuses as much as possible – use different sites and book using different people in the party as much as possible to maximise the new customer bonuses
  • Be aware that you will be forgoing any status benefits when booking a stay with any chain hotels, including Hilton, Marriott, IHG etc.

Summing up

These bonus points offers can be a decent deal if the price and hotels on offer work for you.

You may also like to check out other hotel aggregators like Kaligo, Agoda PointsMAX and PointsHound.

Earn 5,000 bonus miles with most programmes on your first Rocketmiles booking was last modified: September 24th, 2019 by Daniel Kinnoch