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We’re used to 50%, 100% even 145% when airlines offer buy miles bonuses but for the remainder of this month you can earn 200%, yes triple miles, for buying TAP Air Portugal Miles+Go miles! This is all part of their 1st anniversary celebrations of their revamped frequent flyer program. You can buy up to 20,000  miles in one shot for 700EUR. That means you’ll end up with 60,000 miles or paying about 1.16 EUR cents per miles. You can buy a maximum of 50,000 miles annually so if you haven’t purchased any yet you can walk away with 150,000 miles with this promotion.

a screenshot of a white box with green and black textOffer details:
Triple Miles+Go miles  when you buy miles online. Click here for more details or to buy miles with this deal! Until Nov 30, 19

Here’s an idea of the required mileage for Economy class flights to/from Portugal (these are round trip amounts, take half the amount for one way).

a screenshot of a green and white rectangle with black textIt’s not the most attractive award chart but there are possibly some good deals to be had. Also TAP does run discounted award ticket specials during the year where the value could be much higher. In fact they had 50% off to launch this first anniversary celebration and it looks like one more may be coming as part of the celebration:

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  1. Yesterday it was better because they were wrongly selling for 1/3 of the price, which means you would pay 1/9 of the price for each mile!

    They decided to take the purchase off the site to “fix” the issue, then they took the miles away from who got triple miles and today decided to give back the stolen miles…

    Which means people could have bought each 1k miles for like 2 euros…

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