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20,000 Bonus AA or BA Miles for Premium Transatlantic Flights

by on April 8, 2011 · 6 comments

in American, British Airways

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British Airways and American Airlines are teaming up in a new promotion to promote Oneworld’s transatlantic route network. The Wanderlust campaign (BA link, AA link) shows that BA and AA can cure wanderlust. Hmm, okay.

In any case you get 20,000 BA or AA miles every time you fly full fare economy, business or first class transatlantic on American, British Airways or Iberia from now until June 30, 2011. Not a bad deal, especially if you had travel booked anyway.

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  • Maury

    Is this 20k on top of the miles you would get for AAdvantage member miles anyway? Thank you

  • chris

    What is consider “full fare economy”?

  • The Points Guy

    Includes First Class, Business Class or full-fare Economy Class fares booked in F, A, J, R, D, I, Y, B or H on American Airlines operated flights; includes fares booked in First Class, Club World, World Traveller Plus or full-fare World Traveler fares booked in F, A, J, R, C, D, I, W, E, T, Y, B or H on British Airways operated flights; includes fares booked in Business Class or full-fare Economy Class fares booked in J, C, D, R, I or Y on Iberia operated flights.

  • stephanie

    Re: the BA credit card offer above, Can you use/transfer BA miles on/to American? (Status on AA, easier to book)

  • The Points Guy

    Stephanie you can redeem BA miles for AA flights but not physically transfer them

  • Kay

    Before I apply for the offer from British Air I just wanted to make sure that if I am booking a flight that requires 150,000 miles and I only have 100,000 AA miles they pull the other 50,000 from BA? Thanks

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