Foodland & Hawaiian Airlines say “Mahalo!”

On February 1, 2013, we will celebrate the second anniversary of the partnership between Foodland’s Maika`i frequent-shopper program and Hawaiian Airline’s HawaiianMiles frequent-flyer program!

Two years ago, Hawaii’s leading grocery and airline companies announced that grocery shoppers statewide could now earn HawaiianMiles by shopping at Foodland, Sack N Save and Foodland Farms stores. There’s certainly much to be proud of as we celebrate our second year anniversary! Approximately 50,000 Foodland and Hawaiian Airlines customers are participating in the program. A grand total of nearly 70 million HawaiianMiles have been earned by customers, just by grocery shopping with Foodland, Sack N Save and Foodland Farms. This is approximately 260,260 Neighbor Island trips!

In celebration of our second-year anniversary and to say “mahalo” to our customers, we at Foodland and Hawaiian Airlines are offering bonus HawaiianMiles to our loyal customers starting February 1 through 10. Our customers can redeem their Foodland My Rewards Certificate to earn 400 HawaiianMiles when they choose the 200 HawaiianMiles reward – that’s a 200 HawaiianMiles bonus for every certificate redeemed during February 1 through 10.

If you are not yet registered in the program to earn HawaiianMiles at Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms, you are encouraged to go to www.HawaiianAirlines.com/Foodland to sign up.

Here’s how the program works:

  • Customers receive 1 Maika`i Point for every dollar they spend using their Maika`i Card.
  • After earning 250 Maika`i Points, customers receive a My Rewards Certificate that they can redeem for 200 HawaiianMiles (or other rewards, including grocery discounts or free or specially-priced products) at checkout. You are not allowed to redeem for 200 HawaiianMiles along with the product reward or the 5% off your entire purchase. You must choose one out of the three.
  • For more information and to read our disclaimers about the HawaiianMiles program at Foodland, visit our FAQ here.

All of us at Foodland look forward to seeing and serving you as we share our excitement and celebrate our second year partnership anniversary with our Maika`i and HawaiianMiles program! Foodland, where it truly is about “Food, Family and Friends.”

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