20 AAdvantage Miles/ $1 Donate To Fight Breast Cancer

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Here is a great offer if you want to donate to Susan G. Komen to help fight breast cancer. You can earn 20 AAdvantage miles for every dollar you donate through American’s Miles for the Cure program (minimum $25.) This offer is valid October 1-31, 2016.

20 AAdvantage Miles/ $1 When Donate To Fight Breast Cancer

  • Allow up to eight weeks for the bonus miles to be posted to your account.
  • Bonus miles do not count toward elite-status qualification.

20 AAdvantage Miles/ $1 Donate To Fight Breast Cancer


Miles for the Cure Terms and Conditions: Offer valid on contributions made online at www.komen.org/aa . Offer valid October 1-31, 2016. Minimum $25 donation required. Bonus miles do not count toward elite-status qualification. Please allow up to eight weeks for the bonus miles to be posted to your account. Donations can only be accepted in U.S. dollars. All gifts are welcome; however, miles will only be earned for donations of at least $25 USD. Miles for the Cure® is a mark of Susan G. Komen.
The Susan G. Komen Promise is to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality of care for all and energizing science to find the cures. For more information, please contact Susan G. Komen at 50050 LBJ Freeway, Suite 250, Dallas, Texas 75244 or visit www.komen.org.

Bottom Line

A good cause and a chance to rack up a lot of AAdvantage miles

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  1. Using the word “rack” in a breast cancer post is an interesting choice 🙂

    Seriously I’m not really a fan of Susan Komen foundation and don’t really trust them. I wish AA could have picked a different charity or breast cancer org.

  2. Im not a tax lawyer but I wonder if the miles mean you cant take this as a tax write-off.

    If not, this seems like a great deal way to support this cause (if you like the charity of course), particularly for people paying a high marginal tax rate. Figure for every dollar you give, you get 30 cents worth of miles (using Lucky’s valuation) and lets say 30 cents worth of tax deduction.

  3. @Dan, I just did a little research on the site and it says they value AA miles at 3 cents per mile for deduction purposes. I’m pretty sure this means you would reduce the amount of your tax deduction by the amount of value you received in return. So at 3 cents per mile, that would eat into a person’s deduction quite a bit. Good thought though, I was thinking about it!

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