45,000 Bonus AAdvantage Miles When You Buy Miles

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Going on now through January 2, 2015 you can add to your account up to 45,000 bonus AAdvantage miles when you buy miles. See chart below.

45,000 Bonus AAdvantage Miles When You Buy Miles

45,000 Bonus AAdvantage Miles When You Buy Miles

45,000 Bonus AAdvantage Miles When You Buy Miles

Bottom Line

If you are planning on needing some American miles for award bookings in 2015, you may want to consider this offer to score the bonus miles now through January 2.

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  1. Your post would be useful if you provided some detail on the financials. Usually buying miles is a bad deal unless topping off, even with bonus miles.

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