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However, the terms of the registration page say that EAGLE500 offer has expired, and you need to complete 1 flight to get the 500 points, but you may be able to use FLYAA or others from this FlyerTalk thread.
Business ExtrAA is American Airlines loyalty program for small businesses and you earn loyalty points in addition to the miles earned on regular flights.
5 American Airline Club Passes
More importantly, Parag links to a 1,000 point offer from Vertical Response (an email list manager) which offers 1,000 bonus points after making a $5 purchase before May 31, 2012.
The 1,500 points you earn – 500 points you earn from signing up and the 1,000 points from spending $5 on Vertical Response can be redeemed for 5 American Airline club passes!
Here’s the award chart of the goodies which you can redeem Business ExtrAA points for.
It is only 2,000 points for a domestic award ticket, 2,400 for American Airlines Gold status, or 3,000 points for a 1 year membership in the American Airline lounge.
Bottom Line: This offer is targeted, but it doesn’t hurt to sign up and spend $5 to see if you get the points.
(Hat Tip to Frequent Flyer University)