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American has two new AAdvantage promotions that will earn you some bonus miles with First and Business class travel to three destinations in China: Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.

Here are the details.

Earn Up To 10,000 Bonus Miles Between The US And China

Participating Airlines: American Airlines

Offer: Fly roundtrip on American Airlines between Chicago O’Hare (ORD) or Los Angeles (LAX) and Shanghai (PVG) and between Chicago O’Hare (ORD) and Beijing (PEK) on a qualifying First Class ticket between June 15, 2013, and August 15, 2013, and earn 10,000 AAdvantage bonus miles. Or, fly on a qualifying Business Class ticket and earn 8,000 AAdvantage bonus miles.

American Airlines China Promotion

Offer Dates: Travel between June 15, 2013, and August 15, 2013

Promotion Code: CHN13

Go here to register or for complete terms and conditions.

Earn Up To 10,000 Bonus Miles Between The US / Canada And Hong Kong

Participating Airlines: Cathay Pacific (includes codeshare flights booked as an American Airlines flight and operated by Cathay Pacific.

Offer: Fly roundtrip on Cathay Pacific between Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, or Vancouver and Hong Kong on a qualifying First Class ticket between June 15, 2013, and August 15, 2013, and earn 10,000 AAdvantage bonus miles. Or, fly on a qualifying Business Class ticket and earn 8,000 AAdvantage bonus miles.

There is no limit to the number of bonus miles you can earn during the promotion period, and the bonus miles are in addition to the standard base miles and class of service bonus miles you will earn. Just book your trip and register prior to travel.

American Airlines Hong Kong Promotion

Offer Dates: Book your trip between June 15, 2013, and July 31, 2013. Travel between June 15, 2013, and August 15, 2013

Promotion Code: CXS13

Go here to register or for complete terms and conditions.

Photo: Shanghai Root Carving Museum
Credit: Rapid Travel Chai on Flickr

  • Al said,

    Those bonuses are almost nothing considering the exorbitant prices of those tickets. Rarely anybody actually pays for them anyway.

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