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American Airlines is having an American Airlines Black Friday / Cyber Monday offer.  But instead of a deal on fares, they are offering a bonus on buying miles.  I typically would not recommend buying miles except in very specific circumstances, but if you’re in the market, might as well do it with the biggest possible bonus!

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Here are the details on the AA Black Friday buy miles offer, which is a 20% bonus.  The offer expires November 27th (Cyber Monday) at 11:59 p.m. CST

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In order to receive any bonus miles and discount under this American Airlines Black Friday promotion, you must purchase a minimum 10,000 miles.  If you buy (or gift) the maximum of 150,000 miles, you will receive 120,000 bonus miles for a total cost of $4425.00,  approximately 1.64 cents per mile.  Again, I don’t typically recommend buying miles unless you’re doing it for a specific redemption, but 1.64 cents per mile through this American Airlines Black Friday / Cyber Monday promotion is about as low as I’ve seen it

As usual accounts less than 30 days old are not eligible for thisAmerican Airlines Black Friday / Cyber Monday promotion. You can only purchase up to 150,000 AA miles each calendar year. The purchase will be non-refundable and non-reversible, and purchased miles do not count towards elite status.

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To purchase or gift miles, click here. American Airlines processes purchased miles directly, so be sure to use a credit card that earns a category bonus on airfare purchases, including:

  • The Platinum cards from American Express – 5 points per dollar spent;
  • Premier Rewards Gold Card from American Express – 3 points per dollar spent;
  • Citi Prestige – 3 points per dollar spent;
  • Chase Sapphire Reserve – 3 points per dollar spent;
  • Chase Sapphire Preferred – 3 points per dollar spent.

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Do you plan to buy AA miles through this promotion?

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