For just $1 you can get a 2-month subscription to The Wall Street Journal. Taking advantage of this offer through various airline shopping portals would mean earning up to 1,200 airline miles for just $1.
Just in time for Black Friday, All the major airlines have increased their Wall Street Journal sign-up bonuses too, by 150 to 200 miles each, making this a great time to take advantage of this deal. Especially if you want to pick-up some American Airlines AAdvantage miles cheaply.
Which Airlines Offer the Most Miles for a WSJ Subscription?
The number of miles you earn will vary by airline:
- American Airlines: Earn 1,200 Miles (usually 1,000 miles)
- Alaska Airlines: Earn 900 Miles (usually 700 miles)
- Southwest Airlines: Earn 900 Miles (usually 700 miles)
- Delta Airlines: Earn 750 Miles (usually 600 miles)
- United Airlines: Earn 650 Miles (usually 500 miles)
The Fine Print
Your subscription must be active for at least 45 days for you to earn the bonus. So if you don’t want to keep the subscription, you can cancel before the 2-month trial period ends. You will need to call into The Wall Street Journal in order to cancel (you can not cancel online).
Here are the details:
- Valid until December 2nd, 2018
- There are no refunds on the $1 trial subscription fee
- At the end of the 2-month period, the subscription will automatically change to a monthly subscription and your card will be charged based on the terms found on the offer page
- Trial subscription must remain active for 45 days to receive bonus points
- Limited to 1 trial subscription per loyalty account
This is a great way to earn bonus miles for an award you’re just short of or to keep your current stash of miles from expiring. The 2 month trial subscription is also plenty of time to see if you enjoy The Wall Street Journal. As someone who’s had an active subscription since he was in 6th Grade, I think it’s a great deal.