Worldperks University Updated: More Free Miles

I’ve previously written about the free Northwest miles opportunities at Worldperks University (here and here)


Two new courses, each with 100 free miles for reading short fact sheets about the program and answering ~ 3 questions about those fact sheets, are available. After completing each course there are also additional bonus miles opportunities available.

If you haven’t previously taken the courses, that’s 500 free miles. For folks who’ve tracked them all along, it’s another 200 free miles.


Thanks to Free Frequent Flyer Miles for the heads up about the new courses. That website summarizes the bonus mile offers on top of the free miles:

    Complete the WP101: Introduction to WorldPerks course and quiz and earn 100 Bonus Miles
    After completion, get EXTRA CREDIT MILES: Book and fly one paid, roundtrip itinerary within the next 90 days and earn an additional 2,000 Bonus Miles.


    Then complete the WP102: My WorldPerks Number course and quiz and earn another 100 Bonus Miles
    After completion, get EXTRA CREDIT MILES: Make two (2) qualifying purchases through the WorldPerks Mall within the next 60 days and earn an additional 1,000 Bonus Miles. A qualifying purchase is defined as two purchases at separate WorldPerks Mall merchants, each totaling a minimum of $25. The $25 minimum excludes shipping, service charges and applicable taxes.


    Complete the WP200: A Global Perspective – SkyTeam course and quiz and earn 100 Bonus Miles
    After completion, get EXTRA CREDIT MILES: Book and fly one paid, roundtrip itinerary within the next 90 days and earn an additional 2,000 Bonus Miles.


    Complete the WP201: WorldPerks Mileage Parners course and quiz and earn 100 Bonus Miles
    After completion, get EXTRA CREDIT MILES: Book and stay with a qualifying hotel partner in the next 90 days and earn an additional 1,000 Bonus Miles.


    Complete the WP202: Earning Miles – WorldPerks Visa course and quiz and earn 100 Bonus Miles
    After completion, click on the “View your extra credit Bonus Miles” link to see what you get. I was offered 500 miles for making a purchase on my Northwest Airlines credit card in the billing cycle following completion of the quiz.

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Comments

  1. When attempting to evaluate deals like this, what value do you use? I’ve been using 1 cent a mile, which would make a 500 mile offer $5. Not nothing, but not something to get giddy over.

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