10% off American Airlines Flights & Free Accor Hotel Platinum Status

10% off American Airlines Flights & Free Accor Hotel Platinum Status

Million Mile Secrets10% off American Airlines Flights & Free Accor Hotel Platinum StatusMillion Mile Secrets Team

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1.   5 Free 10% discount codes on American Airlines.   Million Mile Secrets reader Ada (thanks!) has very generously donated five 10% discount codes on American Airlines which were earned from a promotion by Riese Restaurants in New York.

If you do use the codes, Ada requests you to pay it forward and to let us know in the comments where you used it to travel.

You have to use the code by May 15, 2012, for travel beginning February 21, 2012 through May 21, 2012.  There are blackout days (see full Terms and Conditions below.

Code #1: VKYM6PE9TR4E
Code #2: VKYM6YQ6JK74
Code #3: VKYM9UE5K355
Code #4: VKYM9K6M7J9R
Code #5: VKYM97CW4HV5

Terms and Conditions

American Airlines is pleased to offer Riese Restaurants Roundtrip for Citymeals a special discount of 10% for your next trip!  This exclusive AA.com Promotion Code may be used only once by May 15, 2012, for travel beginning February 21, 2012 through May 21, 2012.

Offer details:

  • Purchase period– February 15, 2012-May 15, 2012 11:59pm CT
  • Travel period – February 21, 2012-May 21, 2012
  • Discount may be used for six passengers on a single purchase
  • Travel is valid to/from any American Airlines destination worldwide
  • Travel must be booked and purchased on AA.com

Eligible travel applies to new reservations on one-way or round-trip on American Airlines excluding code share.

Travel not valid on following dates: March 9-12, 16-18, 23-25, April 6-9, 2012.

(Hat Tip to Ada!)

2.   Free Accor Platinum Status.  View from the Wing writes that you can, once again, get free Platinum status from Accor hotels.

The comments in Gary’s post suggest that you can sign-up for the Platinum status from Accor hotels and then ask other hotel chains such as Best Western, Priority Club (email priorityclub@ihg.com), and Club Carlson (email goldpointsplus@carlson.com) to match that status.

I stayed at a Best Western last year in the UK, and my elite status (matched from Hyatt) got me a very comfortable room in the main hotel, compared to my colleagues who, hmmm, were dispatched to a tiny room in far away annex.

I kept mum about my elite status and chalked up the better room to luck because they were really upset with their room.  Like Rapid Travel Chai, I don’t evangelize at work, but am happy to help when asked.

(Hat Tip to View from the Wing)

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D'unt work...

“The given promotion code is not usable anymore”

Ouch - Looks like the Accor offer is a goner. I received the message "The given promotion code is not usable anymore". I'm curious if anyone else has gotten the same message.

Just so you know these codes were not "earned," they are giving them away. Go into one of their restaurants and they have a large stack of codes sitting by the register. I grabbed a bunch the other day but haven't had the chance to use them yet. I could see if I still have them and post them here.

Oops -- typo'ed there. To be clear, my Accor Platinum status was matched by Best Western to their Best Western "Diamond Elite" status (their highest status)!

- John...

Just to note it, Best Western just matched my brand new Accor status no problem! I simply forwarded the Accor Welcome Email (which mentions the Platinum status in two different places) along with a request to match it to StatusMatch@bestwestern.com and they matched it! (I didn't even get an email back from them yet -- I forwarded the message yesterday and just happened to notice (because of my AwardWallet account) that I had Platinum status at Best Western today! Sweet!

- John...

Million Mile Secrets

@John... - Thanks for letting us know that Best Western matched your status. Hope you enjoy it!

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