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With the SAS app, you will get an overview of all the places where you can earn points. Photo: Shutterstock
With the SAS app, you will get an overview of all the places where you can earn points. Photo: Shutterstock

Where to earn EuroBonus points

The days of only being able to earn points on flights are long gone. Today, you can earn points almost everywhere, when traveling, on entertainment and shopping, both in stores and online.

Flights

The principle is a simple one – the more you fly, the more points you earn, but you don’t only earn points when you fly with SAS. Star Alliance is a global network of 28 airlines with a total of 4,456 aircraft operating in 192 countries. As a EuroBonus member, you can earn points with all of these airlines, so there’s a very good chance your next trip will be one you can earn points on.

You can see a list of all the airlines you can earn points with here »

Transfers & parking

The flight is usually the main part of the journey, but don’t forget the transfer! You can earn points on most forms of transport to and from airports, including buses, taxis, and trains. Driving to the airport? Don’t forget you can sometimes earn points on airport parking.

You can see a list of where you can earn points on transfers & parking here »

Shopping

The number of stores and restaurants where you can earn points is growing by the day. To make it easy for you to keep track of all these places, a map function is built into the SAS app for your smartphone. You’ll find the map under “Where to earn points” in the app and it shows you where you are and where you can earn points.

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Download the SAS app for Android »

Hotels

Your trip probably involves an overnight stay in a hotel. It’s equally likely that you’ll be able to earn points on it too. Major hotel chains such as Radisson Blu, Scandic, Elite, First, Best Western, Thon, and Hilton are linked to our points system, so don’t forget to quote your membership number when booking or checking in, depending on the chain.

You can read the rules that apply to the various chains here »