Hawaiian Airlines has an online shopping portal similar similar to other airlines. Today I learned they have the HawiianMiles Marketplace for in-store purchases.
Participating national retailers include Whole Foods (1 mile/dollar), Lowe’s (2 miles/dollar) and Gap/Old Navy/Banana Republic (2 miles/dollar). Local retailers include various restaurants and other small businesses.
Like airline dining programs, you link a credit card and future purchases are awarded miles automatically. Limited to Visa and American Express cards. Hawaiian Airlines credit and debit cards are enrolled automatically.
Dining Double Dip?
The platform runs on Linkable Networks so you can register a card with this program as well as a dining program run by Rewards Network to double-dip at restaurants participating in both.
Hawaiian or eBates?
eBates In-Store Cash Back also runs on Linkable. I tried to add add cards to one then the other in both directions. In both tests the second site rejected the card. eBates will store the card and you can enable or disable it, while with Hawaiian you can only add or delete.
eBates offers a wider array of cashback offers, BUT you need to proactively activate an offer to earn cashback. AND you need to activate the offer for each individual transaction. Activate. Buy. Activate. Buy. Forget it! (It may make sense for resellers who do this as a job.)
An example is 2% cash back at Office Depot, good through 10/15/16, limit of 10 transactions, terms exclude gift cards (in practice, I do not know if gift card really are excluded).
No way am I regularly checking eBates for in-store offers, so I go with Hawaiian.
Other Card-Linked Reward Programs:
Doctor of Credit has a Complete List of Card-Linked Reward Programs where many of these programs are detailed (their original post did not have this network but has since been updated from reader feedback).