Up to 3,000 Free AA Miles for Email “AApraisal”

Jul 13, 2011

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I’ve gotten several emails from TPG readers about an AA promotion with up to 3,000 free miles for simply entering your email address and signing up for newsletters. I was a little busy this morning getting my Great Seatmate Contest underway, so I didn’t pay as much attention as I should have because free miles are my favorite kind of miles!

I’ve been an AA member for years and thought for sure I’d be ineligible, but in fact the “appraiser” man told me I could get 1,000 miles for clicking two buttons and then I got another 500 for learning about AA vacations. In total, I got 1,500 AA miles for under 2 minutes of work. Score.

To see how many you can get, just go here and enter your AA number. When the hokey video comes up, just click the “skip video” part. If you don’t have an American Airlines account, get one here (they were recently giving out 500 free points for using code ADV30 so try it – you never know if it might work!)

Per the T&C “Gift will be automatically deposited into the participant’s AAdvantage® account six (6) weeks after the end of each applicable three (3) month email enrollment period.

So how many miles was your email address worth?

My 1,500 mile payday

Hat tip to TPG reader Sandeep!

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