FREE 500 Miles when you sign up for Etihad Guest
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FREE 500 Miles when you sign up for Etihad Guest

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Found 13th Jul 2012
Etihad is one of the leading airlines in the world, operating from AbuDhabi.
They are even better than Emirates in my opinion.
Simply join their Miles club, Etihad Guest and get 500 miles for FREE just for joining.
You will also get sent your very own Etihad Guest membership card from UAE.

When you travel on Etihad with family members, simply assign yourself as the Head and claim 100% of the miles earned by your family members. With Emirates, you can only claim 25% of the miles or even pay a charge!
- Claim miles when you shop online ( Etihad Guest mall ) or with their partners
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Miles expire after 2-3 years by reading it:
Mileage Expiry
As of December 31, 2011, the timeline of expiry for Etihad Guest Miles will be associated to a member’s Etihad Guest tier level.

Tier Validity of Etihad Guest Miles
Etihad Guest 2 years from date of activity
Etihad Guest Silver 2 ½ years from date of activity
Etihad Guest Gold 3 years from date of activity
Etihad Guest Gold Elite 3 years from date of activity
madcal87

Miles expire after 2-3 years by reading it: Mileage ExpiryAs of December … Miles expire after 2-3 years by reading it: Mileage ExpiryAs of December 31, 2011, the timeline of expiry for Etihad Guest Miles will be associated to a member’s Etihad Guest tier level. Tier Validity of Etihad Guest Miles Etihad Guest 2 years from date of activity Etihad Guest Silver 2 ½ years from date of activity Etihad Guest Gold 3 years from date of activity Etihad Guest Gold Elite 3 years from date of activity



I doubt there's anyone who doesn't travel at least once every 2 years
wow 500 miles! that will not get you very far...

May as well just book direct with Qatar who will give you 2,000 miles for your first booking and then 500 miles per booking afterwards...

If your flying to the middle east or Asia your going to need a lot of miles and i really don't think 500 will do a lot... good airline though
cundall

wow 500 miles! that will not get you very far...May as well just book … wow 500 miles! that will not get you very far...May as well just book direct with Qatar who will give you 2,000 miles for your first booking and then 500 miles per booking afterwards... If your flying to the middle east or Asia your going to need a lot of miles and i really don't think 500 will do a lot... good airline though



Thanks cundall.
Emirates Skywards also offers a simialr thing to Qatar :

Start reaping the rewards of your Skywards membership from the moment you join and earn from 2,500 up to 5,000 bonus Miles for your first flight as a Skywards member. To take advantage of this new member reward, all you have to do is take your first flight with Emirates within six months of joining and we'll credit your account with free Skywards Miles for doing so!

You'll earn...
2,500 Miles for flying Economy Class
3,500 Miles for flying Business Class
5,000 Miles for flying First Class


But you missed something. Both for Qatar and Emirates, you have to book a flight before you get the bonus miles.
With Etihad, you don't have to book! Just sign up and 500 miles are yours.
" And to help you on your way to earning Etihad Guest Miles we will reward you with a bonus 500 miles just for signing up with us. "

So, my deal is indeed FREE, no costs involved.

You are going to have to spend money to add more miles to your account until they are worth anything...

cundall

You are going to have to spend money to add more miles to your account … You are going to have to spend money to add more miles to your account until they are worth anything...



cundall, in the future check your facts before you bomb down someone else's thread.
You only get the 2000 miles with Qatar after your first flight IF you book directly with them. Booking via a travel agent wont get you these points. Recently signed up Dad for Privilege account and found this out.
You also get 500 miles in the future ONLY IF YOU book directly with them.

And, prices on an airline's own websites are almost always higher than travel agent's prices.
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