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MOGUL Cash Back Dining Program

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Now you can earn Hawaiian Airlines miles with the MOGL Cash Back Dining Rewards Program.

When you enroll in MOGL, you’ll earn HawaiianMiles for dining.

The best part, those HawaiianMiles can be exchanged for cash back.

3 Easy Steps to Earn MOGL Cash Back Dining Rewards

  1. Sign up  with MOGL and enter your HawaiianMiles number.
  2. Link a credit or debit card to MOGL.
  3. Dine at participating MOGL restaurants.

BONUS: From now until June 30, 2013, you will earn double HawaiianMiles.

MOGL? What is that?

MOGL is a cash back dining program, similar to the iDine program.

When you eat at participating MOGL restaurants and pay with a linked credit or debit card, you will earn cash back.

How does the cash back work? 

Each $1 spent at participating restaurants earns 10% cash back.

Every $1 cash back is automatically exchanged for 40 HawaiianMiles (when you enroll via the Hawaiian Airlines MOGL link here).

I already do iDine or another airline dining program, why should I do MOGL?

iDine and the other airline dining programs have great restaurants, but not all restaurants.

You don’t have to drop your other dining program, just supplement it with MOGL.

This way you have more choices of where to earn miles and cash back.

I don’t live in California, why should I sign up?
Duh, you travel.  So sign up and when you’re in an area that has a MOGL restaurant, eat there.


How to maximize the MOGL Cash Back Dining Rewards Program
1) 100 bonus HawaiianMiles each month you dine when you link your Hawaiian Airlines
Visa® card.
2) Use your Chase Sapphire Preferred and earn 2x Ultimate Rewards points.
Summary of the fine print:
  • Must be a member in HawaiianMiles and MOGL to exchange cash-back for HawaiianMiles
  • 100 HawaiianMiles bonus each month when Hawaiian Airlines Visa card is linked and used at MOGL participating restaurants
  • All cash-back earned monthly is exchanged for HawaiianMiles
  • Allow 6-8 weeks for HawaiianMiles to post to your account
  • Cash-back earned prior to May 20, 2013 is not eligible to exchange for HawaiianMiles
  • Double mile offer is valid from May 20 – June 30, 2013

I’m looking forward to trying MOGL. Especially since my go to fast food restaurant for those early morning flights is a participating restaurant in MOGL but not my other airline dining program.

Are you going to sign up for MOGL?

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Wednesday 14th of May 2014

Hi Debbie,

I am a member of MOGL only and they no longer have a referral bonus. I only just found out about idine today while googling MOGL referrals. Is there a referral bonus for idine? If there is, could you email it to me since this site does not have comment subscription options?

I also noticed a few overlapping restaurants so I wonder which program gives the rewards if you have both. Or if there are any conflicts putting the same CC info on both sites. Of course, since idine has restaurants outside of the main MOGL cities, the idine may be useful when I travel so I figure it wouldn't hurt to join if it is free.

Traveling Well For Less

Thursday 15th of May 2014

Hi Lynn,

I LOVE iDine - I've been using it for 20 years. The miles are very easy to rack up.

I don't know if there's a referral bonus for iDine, but I'll check and if so, will email it to you.

There are bonus miles for signing up with iDine - I thought I had posted about it, but it's still in the draft stages. I'll work on finishing it. I can also send that information to you.

You can double dip - meaning you can collect MOGL and miles by being registered in both programs.

Hope that helps. :)


Friday 24th of May 2013

I already earn Virgin points with Mogl and love it. I've earned two round trips, that I've already taken to SF, since January.

Debbie Schroeder

Saturday 25th of May 2013

Hi Leslie,

WOW, you've earned enough for two roundtrips since January! That's awesome and impressive! Great job!

Wandering Aramean

Thursday 23rd of May 2013

They support other airline programs, too, don't they? Is HA really the best option?

Debbie Schroeder

Friday 24th of May 2013

Hi Wandering Aramean,

The only other airline I could find that MOGL partners with is Virgin America.

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