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MJ on Travel reports that you can earn 70 American Airlines miles per hotel review, up to 700 American Airlines miles a month.
70 American Airlines miles may not seem like much, but it could save you thousands. Keep reading to find out how.
Earn American Airlines Miles for Hotel Reviews
HolidayCheck.com is a travel site that lets you book hotels and provides information about select countries and cities.
When you post a hotel review on HolidayCheck.com you can earn 70 American Airlines miles.
You can post up to 10 hotel reviews each month for a maximum of 700 American Airlines miles. Each review has to be a minimum of 160 words. That may not seem like a lot, but sometimes coming up with extra words is hard work!
Note: You might have to prove you stayed at the hotel so I would NOT write a bunch of fake reviews!
One Review Can Save You Thousands of Miles
Folks with a lot of spare time (when they aren’t completing surveys for United Airlines miles) can pick up extra American Airlines miles.
For most folks it’s not worth writing hotel reviews on a regular basis. But this could be a way to keep your American Airlines miles from expiring. If you have thousands of American Airlines miles that are expiring soon, writing 1 hotel review keeps those miles active for another 18 months.
If you don’t like to write or don’t stay in hotels often, there are other ways to keep your American Airline miles from expiring.
It can take up to 4 weeks before you get your miles. So you should NOT wait until the last minute to write a review.
There’s a limit of 10 reviews a month and each review has to be at least 160 words.
Unless you have a lot of spare time or you’d be writing hotel reviews anyway, it’s not worth it for most folks.
But for folks whose American Airlines miles are expiring, writing 1 hotel review is another way to keep your American Airlines miles active another 18 months.
Are you going to write hotel reviews for American Airlines miles?
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