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How To Get Two Free American Airlines Admirals Club Passes

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The American Airlines Admirals lounge can make or or break your layover. During a recent layover in Dallas, I was quite surprised what I found in the Admirals Club. Since I’m normally a Delta Flyer my visit to the Admirals Club caught me off guard since I’m used to the normal crowded Sky Club. Even the Miami Admirals Club lounge was large and impressive.

So it was good news to learn this week that I qualify to earn two Admirals Club passes ($50 value) for spending only $250 on my CitiBusiness® AAdvantage® World MasterCard® on eligible electronics and computer store purchases. This offer will come in handy considering an upcoming trip with 5 people in First Class on American Airlines and US Airways.

I already use the card to get things like 25% off in-flight items, free first checked bag and group 1 boarding, so the club lounge passes are a bonus.

AA 2 Admirals Club Passes Through 93014

How To Get 2 Free AAdmirals Club Passes

Register your eligible CitiBusiness® AAdvantage® World MasterCard® or Citi® Platinum Select® / AAdvantage® World MasterCard® for the offer.

Two Admirals Club Passes

Promotion Details

  • 2 Admiral’s Club® One-Day passes after you spend $250 on purchases at electronics and computer stores through 09/30/14
  • Must register your eligible card
  • This offer starts within 2 business days of when you enroll and will end on 09/30/14

 Terms And Conditions

Eligible purchases exclude purchases made at supercenters, warehouse clubs or discount stores, balance transfers, cash advances, convenience checks, items returned for credit, fees and finance charges. Electronics and computer stores are classified as merchants that sell, repair or lease a wide variety of electronic goods, including computer hardware, software and related equipment. Admirals Club® One-Day pass is valid for at least six months from date of mailing and is valid for use one day for one person per pass. The pass must be filled in completely and presented at time of visit. “Pass holder” must be at least 18 years of age and hold a same-day ticket for travel on American Airlines that allows clearance through security for flight departure and access to the Admirals Club® lounge. Up to three children under 18 years of age admitted for free when accompanied with the adult “Pass holder”. Please allow 6-8 weeks after the following month in which the offer conditions were met for the One-Day pass to arrive in the mail. For additional details regarding rules, conditions and restrictions, click here. All purchases must be posted during the promotional period. We do not determine how merchants are classified, however, they are generally classified based upon the merchant’s primary line of business. We reserve the right to determine which purchases qualify for this offer.

In order to qualify for this offer, the account must be open and current at all times. If your account is closed for any reason, including if you convert to another card product, you may no longer be eligible for this offer. You may receive more than one communication regarding this bonus offer with a reply-by-date of 08/31/14; however, if you have already enrolled in this offer, no further action is required. This promotional offer is non-transferable and applies to the account ending in the last 4 digits referenced in this offer.

Bottom Line

I’m definitely signing up for this spend $250 and get 2 free Admirals Club pass offer. Actually can’t wait to get those two extra passes for an upcoming trip.

Have you received the offer and signed up for it yet?

American Airlines Miami AAdmirals Club Bar

If you are looking for American Airlines AAdvantage miles or US Airways Dividend Miles for an award ticket, consider either the US Airways Premier World MasterCard and the Citi® Platinum Select® / AAdvantage® World Signature® Card. Or you could consider getting both like me and a lot of others while both of the cards and both of the sign-up bonuses are still around.

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  • josh f June 30, 2014, 7:17 pm

    My offer was $600 spend

  • Josh R June 30, 2014, 7:30 pm

    Any idea if one can call up Citi and ask for an offer to be added to a card? I did not receive an email or anything in the mail about this offer.

  • J June 30, 2014, 7:48 pm

    Targeted only?

  • E June 30, 2014, 9:18 pm

    My min spend was $1250! No way

  • Carl P June 30, 2014, 9:47 pm

    My offer requires $600 spend on gas, groceries, restaurants, and department stores.

  • Larry July 1, 2014, 1:00 pm

    I too had the $600 spend offer on gas, groceries, restaurants, and department stores. If I can find some Reloadit packs at gas stations it will be over in 1 transaction.

  • wade July 2, 2014, 1:26 am

    I also got the $250 offer in the mail. I spend about $1200 per month and I revolve occasionally. Maybe they like that :)

  • Eric July 19, 2014, 4:44 pm

    Posting targeted offers just teases those who have not received the offer…unless there’s a tip on how to get the targeted offer. Otherwise, its just a tease for those of us who are interested but have not received the offer. I’d like to see more general information that can be universally applied rather than so many of these special offers that are only available to a selected few.

    Just my thoughts, but I find myself reading too many notices that end up being not relevant…. and I like the more general stuff that I can do something about.

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