Looking to pick up some extra airline miles this Friday? Motley Fool is offering multiple thousand point bonuses if you sign up for a subscription ($19/month or $99/year).

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The Deal

In order to get the below deals, you’ll need to go to each airline’s shopping portal website and sign up using the Motley Fool link on that page. There are two subscriptions — monthly at $19 or annually at $99. 

The Terms

If you sign up for the monthly plan at $19, you must be an active subscriber for a period of 45 days. The annual plan is a bit different. You pay a one-time $99 fee and you have the subscription for one year, with a money-back guarantee of 30 days.

(Thanks, Mike)

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Hi, I am a newbie to miles and points game. When I sign up under each airline shopping portal, do I have to use different e-mail address or I can use the same one.

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Terry H.

Hi Dom, I’m also a newbie. Do you have any idea roughly how long it takes points to post to your airline account? (I don’t see it in the T&C’s although I could have missed it.) For example, if my plan is to purchase two months of Motley Fool through AA’s shopping portal and cancel right after 45 days, my AA points won’t have posted. Should I wait until the airline bonus miles are posted to my account before I cancel the monthly subscription to Motley Fools? Thanks for your assistance!


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