Etihad’s 15th Birthday: Register And Get 1,500 Miles For Free, Plus Get 15% Back On Etihad Awards

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Register To Get 1,500 Miles Plus 15% Back On Etihad Awards

Etihad is celebrating its 15th birthday with 1,500 free miles and a 15% rebate on awards via the link above.

This will also extend the validity of your Etihad miles for 18 months.

You can pool together miles from up to 8 family members.

You can transfer points from AMEX, Capital One, Citi, or Marriott to Etihad, but be sure to compare mileage rates to book Etihad flights with American or Air Canada miles.


  • The miles back offer period is valid for redemptions made between 31 August 2021 00:01AM until 6 September 2021 11:59PM GMT+3 for travel until 31 December 2021 inclusive.
  • The miles back offer is valid on Etihad Airways operated flights only.
  • The miles back offer is valid for travel in Economy and Business only.
  • The birthday offer is valid for all registrations made between 31 August 2021 (00.00am) and 6 September 2021 (23.59pm) both days inclusive.
  • Each member who registers on receive 1,500 Etihad Guest Bonus Miles.
  • The bonus miles will be credited to the members account on or before 15 September 2021.

HT: mdv, via DDF

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What airlines can Etihad book?


did they start codesharing with ELAL already?


can miles by friends/family be merged or pooled?

Etihad Member

Etihad Guest lets you pool all the Etihad Guest Miles earned by anyone in your family into one single account and benefit from the added flexibility of a Family Membership – to be shared and enjoyed.


Does the title do anything? As in, if I decide that my title should be HRH…


My 1,500 miles posted but it did not refresh my miles expiration date. Any idea why? Has anyone else run into a similar issue?