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Stacking Deal: Earn 15 Miles Per Dollar at Nike + 20% Off Sale Prices

Written by Charlie

Stack these great deals today to earn a whopping 15 miles per dollar and get 20% off all sale styles! This is a great time to rack up some new fitness gear!

If you want to start getting some fitness gear for the 2020 year, here is a great deal to get you started! Nike has a deal going right now that takes 20% off sale prices plus you can stack it with 15 Alaska miles per dollar – a nice haul!

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Step 1 – Shopping Portal

Link: Alaska Airlines Shopping Portal

To get started, go through the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan shopping portal. Other portals have increased rates today as well but Alaska is paying out a whopping 15 miles per dollar. How good is this rate? It is actually the best rate on miles with Nike in at least the last 15 months!

Just remember that you cannot use discount codes that are not on the shopping portal page or you could lose out on the miles! But, there is a code you can use (next part!).

Step 2 – 20% Discount

This code is shared by Alaska so you are good to go to get discounts and miles with it. Use code GOBIG at checkout to take 20% off all sale styles. This will bring down items already on sale and you will earn the 15 miles per dollar! Not bad!

Also, Nike sells Apple Watch Series 5 watches and there is nothing in the terms that would preclude those from earning miles. This may be the best earning rate on the new Apple Watch!

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.