How to Transfer Your Hawaiian Miles Easily

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How to Transfer Your Hawaiian Miles Easily

Spending time in Hawaii is a great way to relax and unwind. Trying to figure out , not so much.

You can do the transferring of your Hawaiian miles to other airlines.on your own with the help of our guide below. If you are a busy person, however, it’s easy to run out of time and patience while figuring it out by yourself.

Lucky for you, DoNotPay can help you sell airline mileage if you want.

Earning and Redeeming Hawaiian Miles

has two membership tiers: Pualani Gold and Pualani Platinum. Both membership tiers award miles when you book with Hawaiian Airlines. Unlike other frequent flyer programs, miles are awarded based on distance flown instead of money spent.

Like other US-based airlines, Hawaiian Airlines has a variety of branded credit cards that earn you even more miles. These cards have their own unique point accumulation scheme and bonus structure.

Hawaiian Airlines is only the tenth-largest US air carrier. This can make it difficult to redeem points in the continental US or internationally. They only have two hubs: Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Oʻahu and Kahului Airport in Maui. It is a great airline to get to and from Hawaii, but redeeming miles beyond that requires some extra work.

Here are how Hawaiian Miles compare to some other travel partners:

Hotel/AirlinePoint Value (Cents)
Air Canada Aeroplan1.9
Air France / KLM Flying Blue1.4
Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan1.1
American Airlines AAdvantage1.2
ANA Mileage Club2
Best Western Rewards0.7
British Airways Avios0.8
Delta Airlines SkyMiles1.3
Emirates Skywards1
Frontier Miles0.7
Hawaiian Airlines HawaiianMiles1
Hilton Honors0.5
IHG Rewards0.8
Marriott Bonvoy0.7
Radisson Rewards0.6
Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards1.4
Spirit Airlines Free Spirit1.1
United Airlines MileagePlus1
Virgin Atlantic Flying Club1.1
Wyndham Rewards0.9

How to Transfer Hawaiian Miles to Affiliated Airlines

You don’t want to let your Hawaiian Miles just expire and go to waste. In case you are not going to be flying with Hawaiian Airlines anytime soon, using your miles with an affiliate airline may be the best option.

Below are some affiliated airlines of Hawaiian Air that you can transfer and redeem your points with:

  • China Airlines
  • Japan Airlines
  • JetBlue
  • Korean Air
  • Virgin Atlantic
  • Virgin Australia

How to Redeem Hawaiian Miles With Affiliate Airlines

If you want to redeem your miles and do it on your own, you can do it through any of the options below:

  1. Log on to or
  2. Call their the HawaiianMiles Service Center at 1-877-HA-MILES (426-4537).

You’ll either have to find your way through the countless steps and redemption rules or endure hours of being on-hold or talking to a service representative. Both will surely be a test of patience.The easiest alternative is leaving DoNotPay to deal with it.

Other Hawaiian Airline Affiliates You Can Transfer to

If you are not flying anytime soon but your accumulated miles are due to expire, you can convert and redeem them through other partners. Here are some of Hawaiian Air’s affiliates and awards you can redeem:

PartnerAward# of Mileage to Redeem
Outrigger Hotels and Resorts$50 reservation credit10,000 miles
Avis Rent A Car$50 Gift Certificate

$100 Gift Certificate

$200 Gift Certificate

10,000 miles

20,000 miles

40,000 miles

Budget Rent A Car$50 Gift Certificate

$100 Gift Certificate

$200 Gift Certificate

10,000 miles

20,000 miles

40,000 miles

Foodland$25 Gift Card5,000 miles
Hele$25 Gift Card5,000 miles
Maui Jim Sunglasses[1 Pair of Sunglasses25,000 miles
The Alley Restaurant$25 Gift Card5,000 miles
76$25 Gift Card5,000 miles

What Else Can You Do With Your Unused Hawaiian Miles

If it seems like transferring and redeeming your miles is nothing more than trouble on your part, and you are feeling extra generous, there are other options for you. You can choose from any of the options below:

  1. Share miles. Any Hawaiian Airlines primary credit or check cardholder may give or receive HawaiianMiles free of charge. If sharing with members who do not have a Hawaiian Airlines credit or debit card, there is a $25 service fee and $0.01 per mile transfer fee.
  1. Donate miles to charity. Hawaiian Air gives the option to donate to various charities located in Hawaii such as:
  • Friends of Hokulea and Hawaiiloa
  • Make-A-Wish Hawaii
  • Coral Reef Assistance
  • American Cancer Society Hawaii Pacific, Inc.
  • American Red Cross of hawaii
  • Blood Bank of Hawaii
  • Hawaiian Humane Society
  • Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project
  • National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii
  • Surfrider Foundation Oahu

If you are not a fan of dealing with the processing or redeeming rewards, DoNotPay can help get the load off your shoulders.

How to Exchange Your Hawaiian Miles With DoNotPay

Whether you want to redeem, transfer or donate your Hawaiian Miles, DoNotPay can get you the best deal quickly. We can make the process easy and trouble-free for you.

Here's how to get started:

  1. Search "points" or "rewards" on DoNotPay, and select the rewards program you're a part of / the type of points you have.

  2. Choose whether you want to check your points balance, transfer your points, or sell them for cash.

  3. If you selected one of the first two options, DoNotPay can check your points balance or transfer your points for you. Otherwise, we can help you find the best deal through third-party vendors.

For example, if you are a Pualani Platinum member, you can transfer your points to Delta SkyMiles or Chase Ultimate Rewards. If you want to sell your Hawaiian miles, we can help you find the best rate. Lastly, you can sync all your points and miles with DoNotPay to make all rewards management easy.

Why Use DoNotPay to Get the Most Out of Your Hawaiian Miles?

There could be a hundred ways to get a task completed but most opt to do it with DoNotPay. Here are the top three reasons why:

DoNotPay makes it easy. Not spending as much time in Hawaii? No problem. We can help you get your Hawaiian miles transferred or sold so you can actually use them.

We are fast. No need to cross-compare multiple third-party vendors. We simplify the process and handle the paperwork for you.Skip the long queues and wait times by simply using the app.

DoNotPay is successful. We know all the ins and outs of Pualani Gold and Pualani Platinum rules and regulations. We can safely get your unused miles traded or sold.

Utilize DoNotPay With Other Rewards Programs

DoNotPay does not only work with redeeming and transferring Hawaiian miles. No need to use another app or website because this AI Consumer Champion works across other rewards programs. You can use the app when:

  1. Transferring United Miles
  2. Selling Marriott Points
  3. Selling United Miles
  4. Transferring Southwest Points
  5. Transferring Marriott Points
  6. Transferring AA Miles
  7. Transferring Hilton Points
  8. Selling Delta Skymiles
  9. Transferring Chase Points

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

One of DoNotPay’s main goal is to provide accessible services to those who need it the most. Aside from assisting with handling airline rewards, you can use DoNotPay to easily:

Sign-up with DoNotPay today and watch how this reliable AI Consumer Champion can take care of all the tasks that you need to get done.

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