American Airlines Promo: Earn Up To 30,000 Bonus Miles With 5 Roundtrip Flights

Jul 16, 2012

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American Airlines is running a special bonus offer of up to 30,000 miles as part of its “Travel Like a Spy” Bourne Legacy campaign.

To be eligible, you must register your AAdvantage account with the promo code AABRN by September 15, 2012, and book a trip by then for travel between September 4-November 15, 2012. Unfortunately, fares booked in N, O and Q classes do not qualify.

The more you fly, the more you earn. The bonuses occur in these increments:

# Round-Trips         Bonus                        Total Bonus

1                                       1,000                             1,000
2                                       3,000                            4,000
3                                       6,000                            10,000
4                                       9,000                            19,000
5                                       11,000                           30,000

The airline is also running a “Travel Like a Spy” sweepstakes at AA.com/BourneLegacy. When you enter the sweepstakes by August 31, 2012 and complete an official entry form and the four stages of “AAdvantage Operative Training”—limit of 2 entries per AAdvantage number—and you can also get an additional sweepstakes entry after registering by forwarding the sweepstakes entry information to another person who is eligible to enter.

You can also win a grand prize of 200,000 miles with the airline’s Bourne Legacy sweepstakes.

The Grand Prize is 200,000 AAdvantage miles, a 6-night hotel stay, and one $500 dining certificate with a total ARV of $6,555, which will be taxable, so beware!

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