$200 in American Airlines Gift Cards Winners!

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Thanks to everyone who left a comment and tweeted to win the $200 in American Airlines gift cards giveaway.

200 In American Airlines Gift Cards Winners

Did You Win an American Airlines Gift Card?

Congrats to:

Joseph who commented:

I am in no way a salesman at heart, but I’m telling you people can see how excited I am about this hobby and they feed on it.  In the past few months alone I must have generated close to half a million miles by convincing friends to try it out.

One friend is taking his wife to Hawaii for free, another is flying from Australia to the US for free, 2 are going to the West Indies for free.  And 1 has a sick mother and just wants to be able to visit her now and again.  The answer is that everyone loves it.

You’ve won $100 in American Airlines gift cards!

@MeridithBush who tweeted:

They think I’m a little crazy until I’m sitting in Business class and they’re sitting in coach

You’ve also won $100 in American Airlines gift cards!

Emily will be in touch on how to get your prize!

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