If you are looking to treat your loved one with some Valentine’s flowers, you will not beat the current offer from FTD Flowers AND 1-800-Flowers.
Get 30 American AAdvantage miles per dollar spent at FTD Flowers. Get 30 United MileagePlus miles per dollar at either FTD Flowers or 1-800-Flowers. Get 30 Delta SkyMiles per dollar at FTD Flowers. You can also collect miles to fly to Hawaii with Hawaiian Airlines, again at the rate of 30 miles per dollar spent at 1-800-Flowers.
This is a US only offer, but my UK readers can get a similar Avios deal from Apple Yard Flowers.
Most people value their AA etc Airmiles at 1.2 cents per mile, but if you are able to maximise your value out of your miles and get 1.5-2 cents of value per mile, then these flowers are almost free. Of course, you are the only person to know what the miles are worth to you, but this is certainly a rewarding way to treat your loved one (or yourself!).
Fly To Europe For Free (US Readers Only)
If you want to go really overboard, why not fly your partner over to Paris for a super special Valentines treat. To get a return ticket for free, you will need to apply for a Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card (free in year 1). You’ll earn a huge 50,000 bonus points for signing up to the card (after spending $4,000 on the card). 50,000 points are worth $625 towards travel, when redeemed through the Chase Ultimate Rewards® travel portal (which is as easy to use as Expedia).
These bonus points will easily cover your trip to London or Paris from the US, flying on United, British Airways, American Airlines etc, and from a bunch of major US airports including San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, JFK, Denver and more. Find out how to claim this credit card bonus, along with a step by step guide on the best way and times to book your flights from our friends at Upgraded Points.
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