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The Trick to Using AwardWallet to Track Your United, Delta and Southwest Miles

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AwardWallet is 1 of my favorite tools because it keeps track of most of our airline miles, hotel points, and car rental points.  For example, you can track your American Airlines miles with Award Wallet.
You Can Use AwardWallet to Track Your Miles & Points

But not all airline programs, like United Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Southwest Airlines, participate in AwardWallet.  But there’s a way you can still add those miles to your AwardWallet account!

AwardWallet Does NOT Track Delta, Southwest or United Airlines

Link:   AwardWallet

But not all airline programs participate in AwardWallet.  Some folks though, have pointed out that while you can securely store your account information, AwardWallet does NOT track Delta, Southwest, or United Airlines accounts.

However, you can send your United Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Southwest Airlines mileage statements to your AwardWallet account and auto-forward them via email.  I’ll explain how!

How to Track United Airlines Miles With AwardWallet

Step 1 – Click “Manage Users” or “add +”

Log into your AwardWallet account.  From your AwardWallet homepage, click “Manage Users” or “add+” to add an additional user to your account.

Note: You can skip to Step 4 if you’re setting this up for yourself (and not an additional user).
Click “Manage Users” or “add +”

Step 2 – Click “Just Add a New Name”

On the pop-up screen, click “Just add a new name.”

Click “Just add a new name”

Step 3 – Enter Name & Email

Then you can add a new user to your profile.  Enter the new user’s name and email address, then click “Add to your profile.”

For this example, we’re using the name, “Jeff Smisek” and the email jeff.smisek@gmail.com.

Enter Name and Click “Add to your profile” to Add New User

To add the new user to your account, click “Continue.”

Click “Continue”

Step 4 – Add United Airlines Account to Your Profile

The next step is to add an account to Jeff Smisek’s profile.  From your AwardWallet homepage, either click the “+” icon at the top of the screen or the “+” icon next to the name.

Click Either “+” or “add+” to Add a New Account
A.   Type “United”

You can add a United Airlines account by typing “United” in the search field, and selecting it.

Type “United” to Add United Airlines To Your AwardWallet
B.   Click “add+”

Or you scroll down through the list to United Airlines and clicking the “add+” icon.

Scroll Down to United Airlines and Click “add+”
C.  Use the United Airlines sign-up link (sign-in required).

You can also add a United Airlines account via this link (sign-in required).

Step 5 – Enter Log-In Information

After adding your United Airlines account, enter your account information, check the box to allow AwardWallet to (securely) access your account information, and click “Add.”

Enter Log-in, Check Box, Then Click “Add” to Add a United Airlines Account to Your AwardWallet

You can have your United Airlines account statements forwarded to you.

United Airlines, Delta Airlines and Southwest Airlines, are technically not supported by AwardWallet, as you may have noticed by AwardWallet’s disclaimer.

However, you can forward your United Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Southwest Airlines statements to your AwardWallet account and your email via Outlook, Yahoo, or Gmail.

Forward Your United Airlines Account Statements via AwardWallet

Step 6 – Click “New” to Update Your United Airlines Email Address

To forward your United Airlines account statements, you have to update your United Airlines account email address, which you can do through this link (sign-in required).

After you sign-in to your United Airlines account, from the E-mail Subscriptions page (sign-in required), click “New” to add a new email address to your account.

Enter your AwardWallet email address, which is your user name, followed by “AwardWallet.com.”  For this example, we’re using the email address of jeff.smisek@AwardWallet.com, where “jeff.smisek” is our AwardWallet user name.

After you have entered your AwardWallet email, click “Save.”

Enter Your AwardWallet Email Address, Then Click “Save”

Step 7 – Subscribe to AwardWallet Updates

You can subscribe to AwardWallet updates by having AwardWallet forward them to you.

From your United Airline’s Email Subscription page (sign-in required), check the “Subscribe” circle, enter your AwardWallet email, and click “Save.”

Check “Subscribe, Click “Save,” then Select Your AwardWallet Email to Have Account Updates Forwarded to You

Step 8 – Receive Account Updates via AwardWallet

You have now updated the email address in your United Airlines account, and statements will be forwarded to you via AwardWallet!

Bottom Line

You can track most of your airline miles, hotel points, and car rental points, like American Airlines miles, with AwardWallet.

But United Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Southwest Airlines aren’t trackable with AwardWallet.  But there’s a workaround.

You can forward your United Airlines account statements from AwardWallet to your email.

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