Score 1,500 AAdvantage Miles And Beyond


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If you like collecting AAdvantage miles, take a look at the following deal where you can earn 1,500 miles with a $1 subscription to The Economist.

Score 1,500 Advantage Miles With $1 The Economist

The Economist Deal

Score 1,500 Advantage Miles With $1 The Economist

Want More AAdvantage Miles?

Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select®World EliteMastercard®is offering a limited time bonus of 60,000 AAdvantage miles after making $3,000 of purchases within the first three months and the $99 annual fee is waived for the first 12 months.

Benefits of this card include:

  • Preferred boarding on domestic American Airlines flights
  • 1st checked bag free on domestic itineraries for the cardmember and up to 4 companions on the same reservation. This can rack up quick!

Mileage terms for The Economist

Please note these terms & conditions: Eligible on one (1) subscription per loyalty account number. Only eligible on new subscriptions. Only eligible on first month for pay by month subscriptions. Subscription must be active for at least 60 days. Not eligible on subscription renewals. Not eligible on any free products, trials, services, subscriptions and memberships. Not eligible on all retailer marketing subscriptions. Not eligible on purchases made with coupon or discount codes

that are not found on this site. Not eligible on gift cards, gift certificates or any other similar cash equivalents.

Bottom Line

Check out this deal from AAdvantage where you can earn up to 1,500 bonus American miles with The Economist.

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About The Weekly Flyer

The Weekly Flyer writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way.

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  1. I have a seen a lot more offerings from AA Citi than AA Barclay. I wonder if AA is getting ready to drop Barclay and just go with Citi?

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