Earn and Redeem JAL Mileage with Online Shopping at Amazon on a Global Scale
TOKYO. JAL and Amazon, the online retail store, have reached agreement on mileage accumulation and redemption. JAL mileage bank (JMB) members will be able to earn JAL mileage when shopping at Amazon.co.jp and its sister website, Javari.jp through the JMB Mall via the JAL homepage which has more than 350 online shops, and JAL mileage can also be exchanged for Amazon Gift Cards.
It is more and more convenient for JMB members to accumulate and redeem mileage with the tie between JAL and Amazon, and accrued mileage can be exchanged easily for airline tickets in our attractive program, too.
JAL seeks to make the JMB mileage program abundant for customers to use with more opportunities to earn and exchange mileage in the coming future.
Please see the following for the details.
[Mileage accumulated by shopping at Amazon.co.jp]
1. The starting date: planned for late May 2013
2. Eligible members: JAL Mileage Bank (JMB) members in Japan region
3. Summary: JMB members can convert 200 yen into 1 mile when shopping*
via the JAL homepage, meanwhile Amazon points can be earned accordingly, too.
*More than 50 million various products can be purchased (some exceptions apply)
[Accumulated mileage can be exchanged for Amazon Gift Cards affiliated
with Amazon websites worldwide]
1. The starting date: will be extended progressively from the middle of April 2013 according to plan
2. Eligible members: JAL Mileage Bank (JMB) members in all regions
3. Summary: JAL miles can be exchanged for Amazon Gift Cards when JMB members shopping
progressively in Amazonís affiliated websites in United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France and China*.
(Ex. JMB members can convert from 10,000 miles into an equivalent of 10,000 yen Amazon.co.jp Gift Cards)
*Amazon Gift Cards can be applied for exchange in real time with the exception of China at present.
The actual start time for the above service will be announced on the JAL homepage as soon as it has been finalized.
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