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Up In The Air / Re: AA million miler lifetime gold
« on: August 24, 2011, 03:44:03 PM »
Yup. This is an email I just got:

Dear   ,

Your commitment to American Airlines is extraordinary and we sincerely thank you for your loyalty.

As one of our multi-million mile AAdvantage® members, you have enjoyed the benefits of an informal program that recognizes your robust mileage earning activity.

We are announcing a new AAdvantage® Million MilerSM program which recognizes and rewards AAdvantage members when Million Miler thresholds are reached. Starting December 1, 2011, AAdvantage base miles earned by flying on American Airlines, American Eagle® or the AmericanConnection® carrier or any eligible AAdvantage program participating airline will count towards Million Miler status. Also, as a limited time offer, one AAdvantage mile for every dollar spent on eligible purchases using the new Citi ExecutiveSM / AAdvantage® World EliteTM MasterCard® credit card that post to billing statements through December 2012 will count toward Million Miler status*. The Citi ExecutiveSM / AAdvantage® World EliteTM MasterCard® credit card account must be open and in good standing by December 1, 2011.

As you know, you are vested with lifetime AAdvantage Platinum® status, regardless of your annual elite-qualifying activity. We will continue to provide you with four (4) one-way systemwide upgrades each time you cross another Million Miler threshold.

All of your Program to Date AAdvantage miles earned so far as well as any AAdvantage miles posted between now and November 30, 2011, will count toward the new Million Miler program. On December 1, 2011, you will be able to view the details of your Million Miler activity in your AAdvantage account on separately from your AAdvantage award miles, so you can track your progress toward reaching this special designation.

For frequently asked questions, visit We thank you for your loyalty and look forward to seeing you on board soon.


Maya Leibman
President — AAdvantage Loyalty Program

Up In The Air / Re: Looking for 750k AA miles
« on: July 10, 2011, 09:08:11 PM »
lounge access for one. you dont get that with gold. and better upgrade availability

Up In The Air / Re: Looking for 750k AA miles
« on: July 04, 2011, 12:28:46 PM »
Hi. I had 3 people from her that tried to help me reach my goal of 2mm but it didn't work. Is there anyone else here that can give me an idea of hoe to get another 650k aa miles into my account so I can reach lifetime platinum?
I am ready to pay for the advice.

Up In The Air / Re: Looking for 750k AA miles
« on: May 11, 2011, 11:14:08 PM »
There's no buying or selling of miles on the forum, sorry.
I never asked to buy. I asked for advice on how to earn these miles

Up In The Air / Re: Looking for 750k AA miles
« on: May 10, 2011, 03:26:44 PM »
HI. I got one offer how to help me. Anyone else out there that can help me get to where I need? By now I only need 700k.

Goods For Sale/Trade / Re: Splitting AMEX Plat
« on: May 09, 2011, 08:12:21 PM »
I want to be added on to a platinum card. Can anyone here put me on?

Up In The Air / Looking for 750k AA miles
« on: February 25, 2011, 03:01:48 PM »
I have 1.25mil AA miles, and I want to become platinum elite. How can I get 750k aa miles? Ready to pay for advice.

Up In The Air / Re: Using BA miles
« on: February 02, 2011, 12:37:17 PM »
Hi i have 45k left on my ba miles acct, i closed my ba chase credit card, my question is how can i earn or get another 5k miles, since the minimum rt usually is 50k? Any advice would be appreciated, through partners, transfers, etc.

Goods For Sale/Trade / Re: Sprint Upgrade
« on: November 13, 2010, 10:49:49 PM »
anyone have experience in this?
on a legacy plan, to upgrade to non-legacy-available phone, without activating?
do they bump-up your plan right away?
(the language on the site makes it seem like they bump-up on activation)
anyone have experience?
I did this many times upgrading on the phone with sprint telesales, sometimes it went through no problem, but if they told me I would need to change my plan, I told them I don't know yet which plan I want, and I'll go into a sore after I get the phone and go through all available plans, they alway told me no problem, and sent me the phone. But I haven't in the last few ears been able to get a rebate for a phone that hasn't been activated on that line, so you might end up having to foot the $199. still not a bad deal

I am planning on going to Israel for about a week Feb 7-14 2011. I am looking for advice on what would be the most comfortable way to get there, which airline has the best seats, and whats the easiest way to get there with miles. If anyone can help me maybe I can give some of what I have in exchange, I have AA miles, and 4 VIP international upgrades, so maybe we can make a deal?

What is the standard exchange rate for amex-spg? Is there anyone here that would like to trade with me? My friend has millions of amex points

Hi. I'm wondering the same question. A friend of mine has millions of amex points, and needs aa miles. Any ideas?

Up In The Air / Re: AA mileage transfer berween 2 accounts
« on: July 28, 2010, 12:05:14 AM »
I actually did find an easy way to transfer between 2 aa accounts if they both have the last name, but a different first name. Due to some TSA regulations, AA now allows people to update their personal info online, so you take one of the accounts, change the first name to the same name as the second account, then call aa and say you have 2 accounts and you want to consolidate them

Credit Cards And Finance / Re: AA citicard Mileage Cap
« on: June 15, 2010, 09:59:20 AM »
I tried that, they don't want to approve me. So that won't work. Anyone else have any other ideas?

Credit Cards And Finance / AA citicard Mileage Cap
« on: June 15, 2010, 02:49:17 AM »
I just found out today I hit my mileage cap on my citi aadvantage platinum world elite m/c. I was wondering if theres any way around that?

I asked this question in the comments under Dan's post of his October deals, and Dan asked we move thediscussion here. So I am hoping someone can get me an answer. Thanks

I currently have 5 citi m/c card. 1 bronze and 4 platinums. I tried consolidating them but they told me that due to the new cc laws, they dont know how it will apply to this, so for now I can do it. I dont want to close cards as I dont want to lose the credit, So I applied for another one, just to get the bonus miles, and they told me that I have the maximum number of cards allowed. Dan, did you ever have such a thing? is it indeed so? or dont they know what theyre talking about?

Credit Cards And Finance / AA Mileage cap
« on: October 18, 2009, 01:42:43 AM »
Does anyone know if AA has any cc that doesn't have a mileage cap for every year?

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