Here & There – $100 off AA lounge membership, 1,000 free British Midland miles, and how much is too much?
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1. $100 off American Airline lounge membership. Million Mile Secrets reader Rajnish has very generously donated a $100 coupon code (ACDM1Q12) which will get you $100 off an American Airline Admiral Club’s membership. Thanks Rajnish! Readers, please comment if you’ve used the code, so I can update the post!
2. 1,000 British Midland miles. Via Lucky, complete a 5 minute survey for 1,000 British Midland miles. The email with the survey was targeted, so you could end up with no miles. But it does take only 5 minutes to complete!
If you don’t have a British Midland account, New Girl in the Air has a link to a 1,000 mile bonus for opening a new account online.
3. How much is too much? Via Frugal Travel Guy, a cautionary tale of not going overboard with credit card applicati0ns. Granted, we don’t know all the details, but remember that your creditworthiness is very important. It is possible to get lots of miles and points via credit card sign up bonuses, but remember that banks are under no obligation to extend us credit.
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