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Like American Airlines on Facebook for a Chance to Win 25,000 AAdvantage Miles

by on November 18, 2013 · 2 comments

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American Airlines will be unveiling their newest plane, the Airbus A321 Transcontinental, which customers can begin flying on January 7, 2014 from New York JFK airport to LAX. In an effort to promote their new product and gain some more followers American is holding a sweepstakes on Facebook.

American AirlinesIn order to enter the contest, all you have to do is log in to Facebook and visit this page. You will then be asked to “Like” American’s Facebook page and then enter your personal information such as first name, last name, email and AAdvantage number. Once you have submitted that information you will see a confirmation that you have been entered for a chance to win 25,0000 AAdvantage miles.

American Airlines ThanksIn an email blast sent out by American, they explained how this contest will work:

“We’ll start with a prize pool of 3,210,000 AAdvantage® miles. With every minute that passes, 100 miles will vanish from the pool until we hit our goal. When we do, we’ll award the remaining miles to some lucky travelers in the form of trips worth 25,000 miles — which is enough for a U.S. domestic round‑trip flight. Already Liked us on Facebook? You can still enter for a chance to win”

Share this promotion with your Facebook friends to help American reach their goal faster!

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  • Felippe

    The link no works for me

  • cohenm123

    How much would a winner of 25,000 miles have to pay in taxes?

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