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Via One Mile at a Time, you can refer friends to Air Berlin’s frequent flyer program and earn up to 10,500 Air Berlin miles. That’s enough for a one-way ticket within Europe!
If you don’t have an Air Berlin account, sign-up here and agree to receive emails from Air Berlin to earn 1,000 Air Berlin miles.
Then refer your friends! When they sign-up with your referral link, and agree to receive emails from Air Berlin, you’ll both earn bonus miles. They don’t even have to fly with Air Berlin!
I’ll explain how it works. And show you what you can do with 10,000 Air Berlin miles!
Refer a Friend to Air Berlin’s Frequent Flyer Program and Earn Free Miles!
Link: Air Berlin Award Chart
If you’re not a member of Air Berlin’s frequent flyer program, you can sign-up through my link (or use a friend’s) to earn 1,000 Air Berlin miles.
Once you’ve signed-up (or if you already have an account), go to this link and log-in to your Air Berlin account to refer your friends.
Then, you’ll earn 500 bonus Air Berlin miles for the first person you refer to Air Berlin’s frequent flyer program.
And until July 31, 2016, you’ll get 1,000 bonus Air Berlin miles for each additional friend you refer. On up to 10 referrals per year!
With the 9,500 Air Berlin miles you’ll get for referring 10 friends to their frequent flyer program, you’ll earn a total of 10,500 Air Berlin miles (1,000 miles from signing-up + 9,500 miles from referrals)!
Just remember, to get the bonus you MUST agree to accept the newsletter. So be sure to check that box when signing-up. And remind your friends to do the same!
What Can You Do With 10,500 Air Berlin Miles?
It costs 10,000 Air Berlin miles for a one-way coach award flight within Europe. Like from Frankfurt to Vienna, Rome to Paris, or Berlin to Prague.
You can also use Air Berlin miles for things like flight vouchers, water bottles, and luggage tags on their shopping portal.
Also, if after this promotion you find yourself a little short on miles for an award flight, you could credit your next oneworld flight on an airline like American Airlines to Air Berlin’s frequent flyer program.
And if you’re looking for other ways to get Big Travel in Europe, check out my post on exploring Europe with budget airlines!
Now you just have to find 10 friends willing to sign-up for Air Berlin’s frequent flyer program. 😉