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During April, Hilton Grand Vacations ClubPartner Hawaiian Airlines is giving Club Travelers an even bigger incentive to take flight to the Hawaiian islands. By converting Bonus Points into HawaiianMiles, Club Members can earn 20 percent more this month. In other words, get a bigger bonus with your bonus!
If you’re new to Hawaiian Airlines, the name of the company is not the only part of the business tied to the Rainbow State. In fact, the airline’s in-flight services and products are all tied back to a Hawaiian hospitality experience. On board, travelers can relax and experience authentic Hawaiian hospitality with island-inspired cuisine, state-of-the-art entertainment and duty-free shopping.
How to Convert Your Points
Year-round miles can be exchanged starting at a minimum of 3,225 Bonus Points, which convert to 20,000 HawaiianMiles. Additional amounts are available in increments of 807 Bonus Points, which convert to 5,000 miles. (Remember, during the month of April, you’ll receive an additional 20 percent more miles!)
First, to redeem your Bonus Points for HawaiianMiles, have your HawaiianMiles account details handy. Don’t have an account? Sign up at hawaiianairlines.com/affiliate.
Next, call a Hilton Grand Vacations Club Counselor to complete your request.
If you’d prefer to shop for Hawaiian Airlines flights using cash, visit Hawaiian Airlines and, in the box that says Preferred Affiliate Program Code, enter “hgvclub” to receive Club discounts.
Where Does It Fly?
Hawaiian Airlines offers nonstop service to Hawaii from North America, Asia and the South Pacific. Check out this map of the airline’s network routes to learn more.
*Photo courtesy of Hawaiian Airlines.
The chart below provides a summary of the current status of your points. Use the drop down to toggle between the different years/point types to see how they break down.
Use this link to view your HOA information and maintenance fees through the Manage Ownership section of the website.