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500 Free American AAdvantage Miles with Quick Facebook Survey

by on December 4, 2012 · 3 comments

in American, Free Miles/ Points

Now through December 17, 2012, American is offering AAdvantage members the opportunity to earn 500 bonus Advantage miles by taking a quick survey on Facebook.

Earn 500 American AAdvantage miles for sharing your thoughts.

In order to be eligible, you must ”like” both the American Airlines and AAdvantage fan pages then take a quick survey that takes about a minute and asks a few questions on what is your preferred airline, preferred airline loyalty program, secondary preferred airline and such.

In addition to earning the 500 bonus miles, you will also be entered to win one of four possible prizes in a random sweepstakes drawings from among all eligible entries. These include three second place prizes of 25,000 AAdvantage miles and one Grand Prize of 50,000 AAdvantage miles. Just note: the contest is limited to the first 200,000 eligible entrants.

While 500 miles isn’t going to get you close to an award redemption, it’s a great way to keep your points active (since AA miles expire after 18 months of no activity), and every mile counts! If you’re looking for more of a points bonanza, check out this post on the three Citi credit cards currently offering 50,000-mile sign-up bonuses.

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  • dee seiffer

    Thanks! Got it.

  • EMP

    FYI- I tried filling out the survey and it would not let me submit because they said my AA# was invalid. I even asked them to send me my number which is the correct number one I used. Weird. Never got to submit but not after “liking” their pages.

  • cohenm123

    Thanks TPG! Just got the 500 miles.

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