It would be difficult to find a points and miles fanatic who doesn’t have a business or first-class trip on Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) on his or her bucket list. From the food to the service to the comfort, experiencing this airline ranks as a high priority for many travelers. You can use credit card points to book ANA flights through its Star Alliance partners. Or other partner airlines such as Virgin Atlantic. But if you want to book through ANA directly, you’ll first need an ANA Mileage Club account number. Below, you’ll find everything you need to know about how to join ANA Mileage Club!
HOW TO JOIN ANA MILEAGE CLUB
1. START THE ENROLLMENT PROCESS
To get started with your ANA Mileage Club enrollment, head to this form and click the big, red button at the bottom of the page that says, “Join the ANA Mileage Club.”
2. ACCEPT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Next, you’ll need to tick the required box that says, “I accept the Terms and Conditions of the ANA Mileage Club program.” The conditions include how you’ll earn miles when ANA can restrict awards and more.
Below that, choose the bubbles that correspond to your preferred mailing address and your area of residence, and then click, “next.”
3. FILL OUT YOUR INFORMATION
The next step is filling out your personal information, including your name, date of birth, address and other contact info. You’ll also be asked if you want a physical ANA card sent to the address you provide; if you don’t, ANA will provide you with a digital card, but you have to download the ANA Mileage Club app to access it.
You’ll also choose both a “Web password” for your account and a four-digit “AMC Password” in this section before clicking “next.” ANA advises that you save both, as it may ask you for both in the future.
4. CONFIRM YOUR INFORMATION
On the next page, you’ll see your completed form that you can scan to make sure it looks correct. If it does, hit “Register,” and that’s it! You’ll also see a screen with your new Mileage Club number on it, and you’ll receive a confirmation email with your number, too.
Congrats! You now have what you need to become one of ANA’s frequent flyers—or, at the very least, one of its one-off award travelers.
NEXT STEPS WITH ANA MILEAGE CLUB
Once you have a Mileage Club number, you can begin crediting your flights to ANA and earning miles on them. Once you have enough, you can redeem those miles for a free ticket on ANA.
In addition to miles, though, you’ll also earn “Premium Points”—known elsewhere in the points and miles world as elite qualifying miles—on ANA Group flights and also on Star Alliance partner flights. If you earn enough of them in one year, you’ll earn “Premium Member” status. This is essentially what we think of as elite status in the U.S.
For more on earning and using points and miles to travel for free, visit the 52 Cities free resource library, and you can also register for an upcoming points and miles masterclass here! For more on Japan, check out this 7-day Tokyo itinerary and view my 5 must-know Tokyo travel tips.
Hope this post helped you learn how to join ANA Mileage Club! Is flying ANA on your bucket list? Let me know in the comments! >>
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