A Hawaiian Airlines Card /w 50,000 Miles Link

A while ago I saw on FrequentMiler that you could find the Hawaiian Airlines 50,000 miles card by doing a dummy booking.

At the time I did the booking, found a link, saved it, and tweeted it out and found that others could access the same 50,000 miles card with the link I found.

Here it is.

I just wanted to post it here on the blog, because I noticed other people were saying they couldn’t find it now. Well, doesn’t matter, you can just use the link I copied.


  • You get 50,000 HA miles after you spend $1,000 in 90 days.
  • $89 annual fee is not waived the first year.
  • Award Charts:
    • Here is the HA Miles award chart for Hawaiian flights.
    • Here is the HA Miles award chart for partner flights.

It could be a roundtrip to Hawaii.

Or as I mention in a post on Using Hawaiian Airlines Miles to the Pacific, you can book a stopover in Hawaii (via booking two tickets) at no extra cost.

Hopefully this link will be helpful for those who didn’t know this is the best offer, and those who couldn’t find it.

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  1. I thought this was a Barclay card, when did it switch to Bofa?

  2. It’s a Barclaycard tho

  3. It looks like its a Bank of Hawaii card.

  4. Unfortunately, these are issued by Barclaycard. Bank of Hawaii ended their card issuing agreement with BofA years ago and now have a relationship with Barclays. Even though it’s branded Bank of Hawaii, the card is issued by Barclay and will show up in your Barclay accounts when you login.

  5. How is the award space for inter-island flights? I’m already assuming award space for mainland to Hawaii is scarce, but if the HNL-OGG flights are easily redeemable, I might pick up this card for a family of 4 trip to Hawaii next March.

    • Get it. I’ve done it twice to intra-island flights for my family of 5. Plenty of award space for those flights.

  6. Churnable?

  7. My question is like @Glenn: The T& C says “may not be available if you already have or have had an account with us.” Any data points on getting the bonus after getting one about 14 months ago? Closed acct after one year to avoid AF

  8. Joined Hawaiian airlines frequent flyer program. How do I get MasterCard, pay fee and receive bonus 50,000 miles? Please advise. Thank you.

    G. Lancz


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