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Make Reliant Your Energy Supplier and Get 27,000 Bonus Miles

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Make Reliant Your Energy Supplier and Get 27,000 Bonus Miles

United and American Airlines have partnered with Reliant Energy to offer up to 27,000 bonus miles. You’ll get 15,000 miles for making Reliant your energy provider, then 500 miles each month over the next 2 years.

You must enroll in the Reliant Secure 24 Plan, which includes a 24-month service contract. The full 27,000 miles will be earned throughout the length of your contract.

Enrolling with Reliant allows customers to secure a low electricity price and access tools to manage usage. Reliant is an energy supplier under the NRG umbrella of service providers.

United Saver and American MilesSAAver economy class awards can be redeemed for as little as 25,000 miles. That makes this promotion enough for a round-trip ticket. Saver  and MilesSAAver awards are valid in the continental United States and Canada. Taxes and fees apply.

Your MileagePlus or AAdvantage membership must be active throughout the 24 months of service. You can sign up online or call. MileagePlus members should use promo code XA00WN when signing up online. AAdvantage members should sign up here and use promo code XT3081.

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