Beginner’s Guide to Free Travel: Insurance Quotes and Purchase Bonuses

Beginner’s Guide to Free Travel

#6. Insurance Quotes and Purchase Bonuses

Once a year, you can earn bonus points for requesting an insurance quote from one of the companies listed below. If you decide to purchase a policy, you can earn even more miles! As with any point-earning activity, I suggest you take screenshots throughout the process in case your points don’t post and you need to provide proof of activity. This is especially important if you end up making a purchase.

21st Century Insurance. 200 US Airways Dividend Miles for an auto insurance quote and 2,000 miles for purchasing a policy.

Farmer’s Insurance (Residents of Hawaii only). Earn 2,000 Hawaiian Miles for requesting an auto insurance quote and 100 additional miles per month for six months if you sign up and select the recurring credit card payment option. Valid through September 30, 2012.

Liberty Mutual. Earn 500 Hawaiian Miles for requesting an insurance quote:

Sentry Insurance. Earn miles once per year from one of the following programs for requesting an insurance quote:

1,500 American Airlines miles (500 for AZ residents)

1,500 U.S. Airways miles

1,500 Delta Airlines miles

2,500 Priority Club points (available to residents of AZ, CO, IL, IN, KS, MN, OH, TN, WI)

If you know of any other insurance quote offers or if you have questions, please comment below. 

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8 thoughts on “Beginner’s Guide to Free Travel: Insurance Quotes and Purchase Bonuses

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    • Don’t bother if you are looking for miles from Sentry and you live in MN.
      Received the message below in my email:
      “Thank you for your interest in Sentry Insurance. We apologize, Sentry has recently reorganized our sales staff and currently does not have anyone in your area to issue you a new policy.”

      • @ Allen, thanks for the heads up. That is strange, considering the offer page lists MN as an eligible state. Did they at least credit the points to your account?

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