2,000 Bonus AAdvantage Miles Dining


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You can earn 2,000 bonus AAdvantage miles for dining and writing a review this month with the AAdvantage Dining program. You can see all the details here.

2,000 Bonus AAdvantage Miles Dining 

2,000 Bonus AAdvantage Miles Dining

For a limited time, join the AAdvantage DiningSM program and earn 1,000 American Airlines AAdvantage® bonus miles on your first participating restaurant visit. You can then earn 500 AAdvantage bonus miles each time you dine at a participating location within your first 30 days – up to two times, for a grand total of 2,000 AAdvantage bonus miles.

Here’s all you need to do:

  1. Join the AAdvantage Dining program for free.
  2. Within 30 days, dine at any participating location and spend $30 or more – including tax and tip!
  3. Complete your post-dine review within 30 days of dining at the restaurant, bar, or club.
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 twice for a total of 2,000 AAdvantage bonus miles!

Bottom Line 

If you are short on AAdvantage miles, this is an easy 2,000 AAdvantage miles.

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Comments

  1. Can you join more than one of these dining programs (AA, United, etc) at a time. I think I did that way back when and after signing up for the 2nd program it screwed up the first one. It seems they are all part of rewardsnetwork. Maybe there is a trick to doing this?

  2. Yes, you can. Just use a different card for each program. They are from same network as you mentioned.

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