Up To 2,500 American Airlines Miles With Online Holiday Shopping

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The AAdvantage eShopping site is sweetening Holiday shopping with the chance to earn up to a 2,500 mile bonus. The promotion is valid from now through December 2, 2013 and is offered after certain spending thresholds are met.

How To Earn 2,500 American Airlines Miles

2500 AA Shopping Bonus 2013 offer

Promotion Details

  • Now through 12/02/13
  • Spend $75 and earn 750 miles
  • Spend $150 and earn 1,500 miles
  • Spend $250 and earn 2,500 miles
  • Now through 12/02/13 11:59 PM EST receive a one-time additional bonus of up to 2,500 miles when you spend a cumulative amount of $250 or more with the AAdvantage eShoppingSM mall.

2500 AA Shopping Bonus 2013

Bottom Line

The 2,500 bonus points is worth a look if you planned to spend over $250 in online shopping during the promotion period. One thing is certain, the bonus offer is better than the Delta 2,500 mile online shopping bonus offer we shared yesterday.

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