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In December, American Airlines announced a year-long bonus miles promotion. And now, the promotion is getting even more rewarding for American Airlines AAdvantage® members.
Up To 6k AAdvantage Bonus Miles
For travel starting May 15, 2015, AAdvantage members who purchase and fly on a First or Business Class ticket on American, US Airways or select partners will now receive up to 6,000 bonus miles on top of their base miles and the existing class of service bonus through December 31, 2015.
Don’t worry about registering. Just purchase and fly in the premium cabin and the bonus miles will be automatically added to your account with the rest of your earned miles for the flight. To learn more, go here.
Plus, each time you fly on a purchased First or Business Class ticket, you’ll also earn additional elite-qualifying points, getting you to elite status faster. Learn more here.
Base Miles + Class of Service bonus + Elite Status bonus + Additional Bonus Miles
Just purchase and fly on a First or Business Class ticket on American Airlines, US Airways or eligible partner flights marketed by American or US Airways* to earn the additional AAdvantage® bonus miles.
*Offer applies to AAdvantage members who purchase and fly on eligible published-fare First or Business Class tickets booked in F, A, P, J, R, D or I on flights marketed by American Airlines or US Airways (sold as an American or US Airways flight number), and operated by American Airlines, US Airways, British Airways, Iberia, Finnair, Japan Airlines or Qantas. See Terms and Conditions for more information
You will earn up to 6,000 bonus miles on top of the base miles and the existing class of service bonus through December 31, 2015 when you purchase and fly on a First or Business Class ticket on American (class F,A,P,J,R,D,I.)
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