AA 1,500 Mile Bonus For New AAdvantage Dining Account


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American Airlines is offering a sweet bonus when you dine at one of your favorite restaurants. You can earn an easy 1,500 AA miles and 5 points per dollar through this promotion. The miles can add up quick. The promotion caught my eye because it came with my kind of picture.

How To Register

Promotion Details

  • Register a new AAdvantage dining account and earn 1,500 AA miles with your first $30 spent on dining
  • Earn 5 miles per dollar spent on dining
  • Must register and dine by December 31, 2012
  • Must spend a total of $30 or more (including tax and tip) in one dine at a participating restaurant, bar or club after joining the AAdvantage DiningSM program
  • Terms and Conditions can be found here

Bottom Line

If you plan to eat out, you might as well earn miles while doing it. Plus with this promotion, a new account will yield an easy 1,500 AA miles after you spend your first $30 on dining.

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The Weekly Flyer writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way. Feel free to reach me at theweeklyflyer@gmail.com

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the information. The linked enrollment page doesn’t mention any bonus — is there anything else to fill out?

  2. I am already registered for Idine with US. Will they let you have more than 1 account? Do they check for dupes by the name and address or the credit card on file?

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