Pay $1 for a Wall Street Journal Subscription and Earn 1,000 American Airlines Miles (It’s So Easy!)

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Pay $1 for a Wall Street Journal Subscription and Earn 1,000 American Airlines Miles (It’s So Easy!)

MeghanPay $1 for a Wall Street Journal Subscription and Earn 1,000 American Airlines Miles (It’s So Easy!)Million Mile Secrets Team

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Here’s an easy way to earn extra American Airlines miles!  Through October 15, 2018, the American Airlines shopping portal is offering 1,000 bonus American Airlines miles when you purchase a 2-month Wall Street Journal subscription for $1.

Getting in on this deal shouldn’t take too much of your time.  I plan on doing it!  You’ll just have to set a reminder to cancel your subscription before it auto-renews at the standard (higher) price.

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Here’s what you need to know:

  • Offer expires October 15, 2018, at 11:59 PM EST
  • Subscription must remain active for at least 45 days
  • Offer is limited to 1 trial subscription per American Airlines frequent flyer number

If you don’t cancel your trial subscription by the end of the trial period, you’ll automatically be converted to a monthly subscription at the rate and terms found on the WSJ offer page.  And everyone except California residents will have to call in to cancel their subscription.  Anyone in California can cancel via chat.

This is a good deal because, in comparison, other shopping portals are only giving bonuses on a $12 subscription.

You can take advantage of this offer here.

Need More American Airlines Miles?

Apply Here:   American Airlines AAdvantage MileUp℠ Card

Review:   Our Review of the Citi American Airlines MileUp Card

Consider the no-annual-fee Citi American Airlines MileUp card!  With it, you’ll earn double American Airlines miles (2X) per $1 spent with American Airlines and at grocery stores and 1 mile per $1 on all other purchases.

The Citi American Airlines MileUp card comes with a 10,000 American Airlines mile bonus and a $50 statement credit after you spend $500 on purchases within the first 3 months of account opening.

Just remember, Citi has some strict application guidelines.  Typically, they restrict you from opening a card under the same brand of cards (American Airlines cards in this case) if you have opened or closed a card in that “family” within the past 24 months.  But fortunately you can still get the Citi American Airlines MileUp card even if you’ve had other Citi American Airlines cards.  And having this card won’t disqualify you from earning bigger bonuses with Citi’s other American Airlines cards.

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American Airlines AAdvantage MileUp℠ Card

American Airlines AAdvantage MileUp℠ Card

  • New: Earn 10,000 American Airlines AAdvantage® bonus miles and receive a $50 statement credit after making $500 in purchases within the first 3 months of account opening*
  • No Annual Fee*
  • Earn 2 AAdvantage® miles for each $1 spent at grocery stores, including grocery delivery services*
  • Earn 2 AAdvantage® miles for every $1 spent on eligible American Airlines purchases*
  • Earn 1 AAdvantage® mile for every $1 spent on other purchases*
  • Save 25% on inflight food and beverage purchases when you use your card on American Airlines flights*

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I’ve previously done this offer to get both Southwest and United miles. Very easy to cancel over the phone. If you’re the type of person who will remember to cancel in 45 days, it’s a no-brainer, if for no other reason than to keep your miles active.

Derek (DebrianTravels.com)

I already subscribe to the WSJ and thought this would be a good way to lower my monthly rate AND pick up some easy miles. No dice. Introductory pricing only available if your address has not been served in the last 180 days. That would prevent me from even putting this in my wife’s name and using a different card, phone number, etc. Oh well. Getting the same rate is not is not worth the hassle just to pick up 1,000 miles. Thanks for posting!

“And everyone except California residents will have to call in to cancel their subscription.”

This makes the deal a nonstarter.