Magazines for Miles, also known as MagsforMiles, is a program that allows frequent flyer members to exchange their unused or expiring miles for magazines. The members can choose magazines from many categories, such as sports, business, travel and entertainment. The airline partners include Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines. Spirit Airlines and United Airlines are also airline partners.
The Alaska Airlines frequent flyer program is called Mileage Plan. AAdvantage is the American Airlines frequent flyer program. The Delta Airlines frequent flyer program is named SkyMiles. EarlyReturns is the Frontier Airlines frequent flyer program. Hawaiian Airlines' frequent flyer program is HawaiianMiles.
The Spirit Airlines frequent flyer program is Free Spirit. MileagePlus is the United Airlines frequent flyer program. Some of the Magazines for Miles featured titles are "Glamour," "Entertainment Weekly," "The Economist," "Time" and "Sports Illustrated." "Money" is another featured title. Magazines for Miles is run by CAP Systems, which partners with publishers and airlines to accommodate unused frequent flyer miles to trade for magazine subscriptions.
CAP Systems is a division of Synapse Systems, Inc., which is an independent provider of magazine subscriptions in the United States. Synapse Systems, Inc. is a branch of Time Inc.