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Score Some Serious Miles Via a Variety of Hotel Stays

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When stays at fabulous hotels can earn you 1,000 miles or even triple and quadruple miles, you should consider extending your current vacation or planning a new one. Right now you can rack up miles with Delta, Alaska, American or Frontier by staying at select resorts and hotels.

Delta SkyMiles members can earn up to triple miles by staying at select Okura Hotels & Resorts, Nikko Hotels International and Hotel JAL City through September 30. Most locations are in Japan or China.

Earn up to triple Delta miles at select hotels
Earn up to triple Delta miles at select hotels

The number of bonus miles earned depends on the hotel. Some are offering double miles, while triple miles are being offered at others. Remember to provide your SkyMiles membership number when reserving your room and checking into the hotel. Hold on to your receipt until you see the reward miles credited to your SkyMiles account.

Starwood Hotels & Resorts is offering 1,000 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles for weekend getaways in New York, Florida, Dallas, San Francisco and beyond. Stays must be for at least two nights and take place before January 31, 2016.

The offer extends to several of Starwood’s affiliated properties, including Le Meridien, Aloft, Four Points, Westin, The Luxury Collection, W Hotels, Sheraton, St. Regis and Element.

You must be a Starwood Preferred Guest and designate Alaska Airlines as your preferred earning partner. You can reserve a room online, or by calling 1-877-782-0150 and asking for the rate plan known as AIRPRO. Some restrictions may apply, and there may be blackout dates, so make sure your stay is eligible before finalizing your booking.

Starwood is offering 1,000 Alaska Airlines miles for stays
Starwood is offering 1,000 Alaska Airlines miles for stays

American Airlines AAdvantage members can receive quadruple miles for stays at Wyndham Hotels that begin before October 9 and are completed by October 15. Register before your stay and you’ll earn four times the miles on your second, third, fourth and fifth stays at more than 7,500 Wyndham locations dotted across the globe.

You need to be a member of both AAdvantage and Wyndham Rewards. You must opt to receive American Airlines miles in your Wyndham Rewards membership profile. It’ll take six to eight weeks for the miles to be posted to your account.

Get quadruple miles on your 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th stays at Wyndham Hotels
Get quadruple miles on your 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th stays at Wyndham Hotels

Finally, earn 250 Frontier Airlines EarlyRetuns miles per stay at La Quinta Inn & Suites. There is no posted expiration date for this offer.

You’ll need to be both an EarlyReturns and La Quinta Returns member to get the miles. When booking a room, make sure to provide your membership numbers for both programs. You can earn with either program while staying at La Quinta during this promotion, but not with both.

La Quinta boasts over 850 locations across the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Each room comes with a complimentary breakfast and high-speed Internet access. While as little as a one-night stay is all it takes to score the bonus miles, you must book at a room rate that qualifies to receive airline miles via La Quinta Returns program.

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