500 Free American Airlines Miles

Via FlyerTalk, 500 Free American Airlines miles for liking American Airlines on facebook and filling out a “Miles for your Thoughts” survey!

500 miles won’t get you very far, but at the very least it will reset the expiration for your American Airlines account for another 18 months!  The Official Rules say that you have until 10: 59 CST on December 17, 2012 to complete the survey.

And if you’re on Facebook, you may as well like Million Mile Secrets as well!

8 Responses to 500 Free American Airlines Miles

  1. Done. We’ll see how long it takes to get the points

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  3. Thank you! Just finished and now the 6-8 week wait begins!

  4. hey, thanks for all those helpful infor and tips!
    I just stared following your blog and learnt a lot ~
    Is there any United miles ?
    I once had a credit card to earn miles but canceled it (which i regret so much)
    the current mile would expire next year Oct.
    So if there is something similar to earn miles to United
    that would be great!!

  5. @Mimi K. @Randy Martin – Hopefully they will post sooner rather than later!

    @Tian – You can make a small purchase from the United shopping mall to extend the expiration date of your miles or transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to United to extend the expiration. You can also sign up for a United or Chase Ultimate Rewards Points card if you want more United miles.

  6. Hi I was wondering if American Airlines is still offering the 50,000 miles for opening a credit card. You had a blog explaining how to open 2 at the same time and I can’t seem to find it. Is it still available? Thanks in advance.

  7. Facebook is evil. I wont sell my soul by signing up w Facebook for one of these many gimmicks of points or coupons or freebies. The tracking and privacy you are giving up is not worth it.

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