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Is the 3,000 AS bonus miles for Rocketmiles long-term?

Is the 3,000 AS bonus miles for Rocketmiles long-term?

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Old Mar 27, 18, 9:12 pm
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Question Is the 3,000 AS bonus miles for Rocketmiles long-term?

I found this:
https://www.rocketmiles.com/mileage-..._source=alaska

It states that March 31, 2018 is the deadline to take advantage of the bonus. I'm wondering whether this bonus opportunity keeps extending?
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Old Mar 27, 18, 9:47 pm
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Maybe .. but it is one per AS account
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Old Mar 27, 18, 10:39 pm
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I would also take a good look at what you are paying to get those 3000 miles. The few times I compared prices, the rocketmiles hotel rates were quite a bit higher than what one would pay going through the property's website.
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Old Mar 27, 18, 10:51 pm
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I would also take a good look at what you are paying to get those 3000 miles. The few times I compared prices, the rocketmiles hotel rates were quite a bit higher than what one would pay going through the property's website.
technically if you’re only trying to get the bonus, for a one night stay you would earn a minimum 4,000 AS miles (3,000 + 1,000). I have sometimes found really good value in some places so it is certainly worth a look.
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Old Mar 29, 18, 3:38 am
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Thanks for the responses!

Originally Posted by pt flyer View Post
I would also take a good look at what you are paying to get those 3000 miles. The few times I compared prices, the rocketmiles hotel rates were quite a bit higher than what one would pay going through the property's website.
Yes, that's what I did. Earlier this month, a hotel I wanted to stay at cost $30 more through Rocketmiles than Orbitz, so I thought I would save my first booking for 3,000 miles for next time.
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