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Oneworld member S7 is running a cool promotion: get 100 miles for free every day that you confirm you are home. The promo runs from March 30, 2020 to April 30, 2020, so it could be an easy way to pick up 3,000 miles.
- Oneworld member S7 is offering 100 miles for free every day that you confirm you are home. The promo runs from March 30, 2020 to April 30, 2020
- Direct link to this promotion
- The Promotion provides the right to receive up to 3000 bonus miles for the entire period of the Promotion.
- To receive miles, the Member must click on the “I’m at home” button on the Promotion Website. For one click of the button, 100 bonus points are awarded, which are also counted for obtaining status in the S7 Priority Program.
- On a day, the Participant can click on the button no more than once. Only one Participant can log in from one device.
- The participant must allow the transfer of geolocation in the browser and on the mobile device. Otherwise, miles will not be awarded.
- After clicking on the “I’m home” button at least once, all miles on the Personal account of the Program Participant, including those accrued earlier, become fireproof in 2020.
- The accrual of miles on the Promotion occurs in accordance with the Program Rules within 10 days after the end of the Promotion.
- Link to full terms
Are the miles worth anything? I’d say they are worth at least 1.5 clicks per hundred, so you’re coming out at least half a click ahead considering the cost in terms of wear and tear on your fingertips while you’re sitting at home. Seriously, I have no idea what S7 miles are worth or what their award chart is like, but if I pick up a free 3,000 miles maybe I’ll find out.
I think United has ensured that their customers don’t feel too much incentive to credit to United given how they’ve pivoted from one customer-unfriendly policy to another over the past few weeks before finally doing the right thing on something this weekend, so maybe S7 will not only pick up some good press here but actually get a few people to credit at least a few United flights to them to gather even miles for an award ticket. Update: Whoops, S7 is a oneworld airline. That goes to my previous point: I have no idea what these miles are worth, but maybe they’re worth more than the effort level required to earn them. Maybe. (Thanks to Gary Leff for the correction).
Note that they do say you have to allow location data to take part, so I assume they may actually be trying to make sure you are at home.
H/T: One Mile at a Time