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The promotion reads “Simply connect your Twitter and HawaiianMiles accounts below and receive 500 Hawaiian miles — our way of saying Mahalo.”
I connected my Twitter account to my HawaiianMiles account and am waiting for my miles!
500 miles Hawaiian Airline miles may not seem like a lot, but Hawaiian Airlines is the only airline which lets you credit miles earned from shopping at Amazon.com. If you shop at Amazon.com, you might as well collect the miles for free (1 mile per $1 spent).
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