American Airlines has launched its latest miles sale which runs through to the end of the month and this time around it's selling its currency at the lowest rate we generally see - 1.72 cents/mile. If you're short of AAdvantage miles this is probably the time to buy as you're unlikely to find a better deal - even the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale didn't offer a price as low as this last year.
Etihad's current mileage sale ends today so this may be your last chance (for a while) to book some great value First Class and Business Class American Airlines awards using cheap Etihad Guest miles and the airline's flyer-friendly award chart.
American Airlines offers discounts and bonuses on the sale of its miles more often than just about any other airline out there....and the latest deal is about to come to an end.The best prices at which we see AAdvantage Miles offered are usually around the 1.75 cents mark so, comparatively, the current rate of 1.92 cents/mile doesn't look particularly attractive....but that doesn't mean you shouldn't check this offer out further.
At the beginning of March the World of Hyatt Hyatt and American Airlines AAdvantage announced they would be launching a partnership that would offer members of both loyalty programs reciprocal points earning, status challenges and, for American's very top-tier elites, complimentary World of Hyatt Globalist status. At the time of the announcement there weren't too many solid details available but now we're starting to see progress.
Citi is emailing out customers with a slightly improved sign-up offer on the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select World Mastercard but the nature of the offer means that not everyone who's in the market for this card will want to take it up - it will suit some more than others.
In news that will surprise absolutely no one American Airlines is selling miles at a discount again and this time around the airline is offering up to 40% the standard rate to anyone prepared to buy miles in the latest promotion.
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I'm going to start off by admitting that I'm not a massive fan of the American Airlines AAdvantage Aviator Red Mastercard despite the fact that it happens to be a credit card that I currently hold (for now).The recent changes to the card that Barclays has pushed through has made the card's long-term usefulness questionable but the current sign-up bonus (which ends tonight) is so good that it's almost certainly worth taking out the card for that alone.
The last time American Airlines launched a mileage sale (back in February) I advised readers not to purchase miles as, based on past history, I expected American Airlines to offer a significantly better promotion in March than it was offering at the time. Specifically I suggested that American Airlines would sell AAdvantage Miles at 1.81 cents each.Well...I was right and I was wrong.
Ok, now this is very interesting. Hyatt and American Airlines have announced that they plan to offer elite members of their respective rewards programs the opportunity to earn more points and miles when they fly with American or book stays with Hyatt.