Posted by William Charles on December 3, 2018
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Published on December 3rd, 2018 | by William Charles

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[Expired] American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards: 1,000-7,000 Miles Discount

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The Offer

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  • American Airlines has released their reduced mileage awards for December 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019. The discount you’ll receive varies from 1,000 miles to 7,500 miles depending on the route, the card you have and the class of service (e.g First, Business or Main Cabin).

The Fine Print

  • Awards may be booked effective December 1, 2018 – January 31, 2019
  • Awards are valid for travel December 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019
  • Awards must be claimed by January 31, 2019

Our Verdict

Not a huge discount but should be useful for at least some readers. Goodluck to everybody in finding sAAver space!



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Mikey
Mikey

I used reduced mileage awards on two trips this year. On both occasions I called AA (actually got called back since the wait times were long) and had to explain to the reps what the discount was and how to apply it. Wish we could fill in the code ourselves on the booking page but have never found a place to put it. The 10% miles back from being a credit cardholder was applied both times after the 7,500 mile discount was deducted from the miles redeemed.

VL
VL

Is 10% back a benefit only on personal Citi or Barclay card, or also a feature of the business ones too? In case if you know from the top of your head. Thank you!

tolikfox
tolikfox

No the 10% is not on the business versions for both Citi and Barclays

Sam
Sam

Barclays Aviator card has this benefit.

Key
Key

I’ve used the reduced mileage chart for round trips. But, I wonder do they cut the reduced miles in half for 1 way tickets?

dizzy
dizzy

Yes, they do. But still a great deal! I’ve been using my aa miles for these deals exclusively in the last year.

Steven
Steven

Do these discounts apply when the airport listed is your home airport and not the destination airport?

Ian
Ian

The “close-in” fee often ruins the value for this too often for me.

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