Earn Up to 50,000 American Airlines Bonus Miles on Flights to Europe!

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Through July 31, 2016, you’ll earn between 2,000 and 50,000 American Airlines bonus miles on flights between the US and Europe.  

Earn Up To 50,000 American Airlines Bonus Miles On Flights To Europe

Flying to Europe This Summer on American Airlines, British Airways, Finnair, or Iberia? Register for This Promotion to Earn Bonus American Airlines Miles!

This is an easy way for folks traveling to Europe this summer to earn extra American Airlines miles.  Here’s how to register!

Register Now for Bonus American Airlines Miles

Link:   American Airlines Bonus Miles on Flights to Europe Registration

Via Reddit, you can earn bonus American Airlines miles when you fly between the US and Europe this summer on American Airlines, British Airways, Finnair or Iberia.

Use the code “NAS16” and register for the promotion prior to your flight.  Flights taken now through July 31, 2016, will qualify.

The number of bonus miles you’ll get depends on whether you’re flying coach, Business or First Class.  And the more round-trip flights you take, the more American Airlines bonus miles you’ll earn.

For example, you’ll earn 2,000 bonus American Airlines miles for 1 round-trip flight in coach.  If you take another round-trip coach flight, you’ll earn 2,000 more bonus American Airlines miles, for a total of 4,000 American Airlines miles.

Where You Can Go With 50,000 American Airlines Miles

For some of y’all, using this promotion to fly Business or First Class could be worth it to earn the full 50,000 American Airlines miles.

Because with 50,000 American Airlines miles you can book:

  • 2 round-trip coach tickets within the continental US
  • 2 round-trip coach tickets to the Caribbean during the off-peak season
  • 1 round-trip coach ticket to Europe during the off-peak season

And you can use American Airlines miles for flights on American Airlines and their oneworld partner airlines (like Cathay Pacific and Qantas), and other airline partners like Etihad.

For more ideas, read my series on booking American Airlines award flights like a pro!

700 Free American Airlines Miles

Looking for more free American Airlines miles?  Register for their 35th Anniversary promotion and get an easy 700 American Airlines miles.  It’s a great way to keep your American Airlines from expiring!

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7 responses to “Earn Up to 50,000 American Airlines Bonus Miles on Flights to Europe!

  1. Do two one-way tickets count? I am planning a trip to Europe but my destinations and departure cities will be different.

  2. @Ben – According to the terms and conditions, that should work:

    “Half the round-trip bonus will be posted after each eligible one way segment.”

    As long as you meet the other terms of the offer, you should get the bonus miles.

    Enjoy your trip! 🙂

  3. Does the trip have to be booked on AA.com? I was hoping to pair this with the AARP $400 discount for business class flights booked on British Airways.

  4. @John – No, you don’t have to book through American Airlines. Just make sure you enter the same loyalty number you used on the promotion’s registration page and you should be good to go.

    Good call with the extra discount!

  5. I’m in a similar situation to John and was counting on the BA miles I was going to get from the flight. Does the BA AARP reservation need to be credited to our respective AA accounts to qualify fo this promotion?

  6. Sounds like a winner to me, but we only have one flight planned