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Last month, American Airlines announced a partnership with Uber (what brand isn’t partnering with Uber these days?) – one perk of the new arrangement is that AA’s Executive Platinum members will get $25 off an Uber ride (including existing customers, too). Well, that $25 Uber code should have hit your inbox last night, and you can redeem it anytime from now through December 31, 2016.

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Additionally, if you have an AAdvantage Aviator MasterCard and use the card to pay for your Uber purchases, you can earn 2 bonus miles per dollar on rides through July 31, 2016. The bonus miles won’t hit your account until after the promotion ends. And if you haven’t signed up for Uber, you can join here and get your first ride free (up to $15) or enter code RIDEAA for up to $20 off.

Did you get a $25 Uber voucher from AA?

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