New Electricity Provider to Earn Miles with for TX Residents

You can now earn miles from either Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, or United Airlines with Everything Energy. Each airline has a different promotion and you must be a new residential or small business customer to qualify for the bonus.

Southwest Airlines

  • Earn 5,000 Rapid Rewards Points after your second month as an Everything Energy customer and as a special offer, Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Visa Cardmembers automatically earn an additional 2,500 points for a total of 7,500 points*
  • Earn Rapid Rewards Points every month on the energy charge portion of your bill
    • Earn 2 points for every $1 you spend
    • Earn 3 points for every $1 you spend if you are a Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Visa Cardmember
  • Plan options:  Choose the stability of a fixed-price, term plan or the flexibility of a variable-priced, month-to-month plan
  • No cost to switch

American Airlines

  • Earn 5,000 AAdvantage bonus miles after your second month as an Everything Energy customer
  • Earn AAdvantage miles every month on the energy charge portion of your bill*
    • 2 miles for every $1 you spend
  • Plan options:  Choose the stability of a fixed-price, term plan or the flexibility of a variable-priced, month-to-month plan
  • No cost to switch

United Airlines

  • Earn 5,000 MileagePlus award miles after your second month as an Everything Energy customer and as a special offer, MileagePlus credit cardmembers automatically earn an additional 2,500 bonus award miles for a total of 7,500 miles*
  • Earn award miles every month on the energy charge portion of your bill
    • Earn 2 miles for every $1 you spend
    • Earn 3 miles for every $1 you spend if you are a MileagePlus credit cardmember
  • Plan options:  Choose the stability of a fixed-price, term plan or the flexibility of a variable-priced, month-to-month plan
  • No cost to switch

I have used other electricity providers to earn miles and the switch is very easy. I just make a request online and the electricity provider handles the transition without any service interruption. I’ve never used this particular energy provider so can’t comment on its service but if you are interested in earning miles for something you pay for anyways, then I suggest taking a look at it to compare rates charged versus miles earned.

 

3 Comments on "New Electricity Provider to Earn Miles with for TX Residents"

  1. I would totally do this if I wasn’t already earning free energy with my electricity supplier.

  2. I’ll bite….any details you could share would be most appreciated!!!

    • Giddy for Points | August 11, 2014 at 10:04 pm | Reply

      I’m going to apply for the offer by end of Sept but all you have to do is either call or click the link and follow the steps to switch your provider. They take care of the rest.

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