Hawaiian Airlines World Elite Mastercard cardmembers can pack more while earning triple the miles when using their card to purchase tickets from Hawaiian Airlines.
WILMINGTON, DEL. – Barclays US Consumer Bank, a leading co-branded credit card issuer and financial services partner, and Hawaiian Airlines, Hawaii's largest and longest-serving airline, are introducing an improved benefit to the Hawaiian Airlines World Elite Mastercard: two free checked bags for primary cardmembers who purchase their tickets directly from Hawaiian Airlines.
"As we've seen a healthy return to travel and prepare to enter the busy holiday travel and shopping season, we are excited to reward our Hawaiian Airlines cardmembers with two free checked bags," said Bryan Kapeckas, Managing Director, Loyalty & Travel Products, Hawaiian Airlines. "This enhanced benefit is another way of saying thank you to our cardmembers for their loyalty."
"As a partner-first organization, we are always looking for ways to enhance cardmembers' experiences with the brands they love," said Kristyn Forrester, Director, Airline Partnerships, Barclays. "This industry-leading offer of two free checked bags brings our cardmembers more value and elevates the travel experience on Hawaiian Airlines to new heights."
This cardmember benefit is valid for travel between North America and Hawaii as well as between Neighbor Hawaiian Islands.
The Hawaiian Airlines World Elite Mastercard is one of the fastest ways to earn HawaiianMiles, with no limit on the total miles one can earn. New cardmembers can currently earn 70,000 bonus HawaiianMiles after spending $2,000 on purchases in the first 90 days. HawaiianMiles never expire, giving travelers flexibility to book travel.
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