Two Days Only Earn 10x Flight Miles, Buy One Get Enough Miles for 2 Caribbean Trips

Book May 16 or May 17 on the Caribbean Airlines website for travel in June or September across their entire route network and earn 10 times the miles in the Caribbean Miles program.

This is actually pretty huge, and a great way to leverage a loyalty program to generate incremental bookings during the off season. If you already have Caribbean miles they appear to also be offering 50% off redemptions at the same times.

In the U.S. and Canada Caribbean Airlines flies from Toronto, New York JFK, Orlando, Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Here’s their route map.

Caribbean Miles offers 500 miles with your first flight, family pooling of miles, and awards start at 5000 miles (intra-Caribbean upgrade) and go up to 25,000 miles (business class one-way award between the Caribbean and New York or Toronto. Here’s the reward chart.

Caribbean Airlines Boeing 737 departing from Fort Lauderdale to Jamaica, Copyright: icholakov / 123RF Stock Photo

Toronto – Port of Spain is over 5000 miles roundtrip. So is New York JFK – Georgetown, Guyana.
That’s a ton of miles at 10x earning. You could buy fly a roundtrip economy ticket and route-depending earn a roundtrip business class ticket or two roundtrip economy awards.

Special conditions apply. Travel period June and September 2017. Not applicable to domestic route Port of Spain and Tobago. Not applicable for upgrade redemptions. No miles purchase permitted. All Caribbean Miles Members are elegible.

And while you’re at it don’t forget to write your own prescription for medical marijuana in Jamaica airports.

(HT: peter1962)

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