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Book AAdvantage Awards on AirBerlin and FinnAir at AA.com

Just a quick update to let you know that American has added a new feature to the website: now you can book FinnAir and AirBerlin AAdvantage partner awards online at AA.com. Other options when booking an award online inlclude: American Airlines (of course) Alaska Airlines British Airways Hawaiian Airlines Qantas It’s good that they make…

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Upgraded: AA.com – You can book more AAdvantage Partner Awards Online

(Shameless plug – don’t forget to vote in American’s AAdvantage Tips Facebook contest for a chance to win 5,000 AAdvantage Miles.  You can also vote for your favorite Expert Tip (I’m participating) and help me win some miles to give away on the blog and to donate to AA’s Miles for Kids. Speaking of AAdvantage…

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Now you can book AAdvantage Partner Awards for travel on Alaska Airlines at AA.com

Update:  Brett Snyder had one of his “Across the Aisle” interviews with AAdvantage President, Maya Leibman over on his Cranky Flier blog. You can read it here. Last Friday I wrote about AAdvantage President Maya Leibman and her team asking members of both the FlyerTalk and milepoint forums for ideas about how to improve the AAdvantage…

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Win a Trip to Hong Kong: AAdvantage Partner Cathay Pacific Offers Creative Facebook Contest

It’s been a slow week as far as AAdvantage offers go, it’s usually that way at the end of the month when offers expire and news ones haven’t been announced, but despite the lack of new AAdvantage offers, it’s been a busy week for contests. Here’s a new one from oneworld member and AAdvantage partner,…

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oneworld member Qantas is having a 72 hour sale on Qantas Club memberships

“Qantas Club” Photo credit: Bentley Smith on Flickr Last year I seriously considered joining Qantas Club instead of buying a membership at the Admirals Club for one big reason: Qantas Club members can access the Admirals Club when traveling on American Airlines and British Airways lounges when traveling on British Airways. So even if you…

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Coming soon: American Airlines expands relationship with Hawaiian Airlines. Now it’s even easier to earn and use AAdvantage on Hawaiian travel

“The Savage Shrimp Truck on Koloa” Photo credit: _e.t on Flickr AAdvantage 30th Anniversary Deal of the Day update: Through May 31, 2011, earn 30 AAdvantage Miles for donations to American’s Miles for the Cure campaign, which supports Susan G. Komen for the Cure or to American’s Miles In Support of All Who Serve campaign,…

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Discounts and Bonus AAdvantage Miles – Holiday offers from Avis and Budget

Christmas #7 by Kevin Dooley on Flickr (EXTENDED NOW TILL FEBRUARY 15, 2011) Wow, it seems a little early, but the holiday offers from retailers are already starting to arrive.  Avis is offering up to 3,000 bonus miles and a 35% discount through then end of the year.  Budget is offering quadruple AAdvantage miles and…

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To celebrate 90 years, Qantas is offering double AAdvantage Miles

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS7oJNozQZM Qantas Australia – I Still Call Australia Home Qantas was founded on November 16, 1920 (which is also Oklahoma Statehood Day, in case you’re a fan of trivia) and to mark the occasion you’ll earn double AAdvantage Miles on qualifying tickets booked on Qantas or American Airlines codeshare flights between the U.S., Australia, or…

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Earn 1,500 AAdvantage Miles from Avis while being driven around by a Chauffeur

Chauffeur Rocky by Sunrise on Seven from Flickr I wasn’t aware of this, but Avis has partnered with WeDriveU to offer Avis Chauffeur Drive service for $36.80 an hour, with a three hour minimum, not including the cost of the rental.   If you make use of this service before December 31, 2010, you can…

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Make your travel plans on AA.com, use your Mastercard, and get a gift card for up to $50

MasterCard cake by Alan Chan on Flickr I read an interesting article the other day about how the airlines were seeing increased revenue from ancillary fees including money they earn when passengers book hotels, car rentals, even airport transfers using the airlines’ websites. “there has been dramatic year-on-year growth in the percentage of passengers using…

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