American Airlines Aviator Card 50,000 miles only $1.00 PURCHASE fee = $95/yr

American Airlines Aviator Card 50,000 miles only $1.00 PURCHASE fee = $95/yr
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#1

Just flew AA and they were handing out apps on the plane… myaviatorcard.com. Barclay Mastercard

50,0000 miles after first purchase (and after $95 fee is paid)

Usual stuff:
First bag free
Preferred Boarding
No foreign transaction fees
25% off in-flight food and beverages
Get 10% of redeemed miles back every year (10K miles max)

Brochure says to use 6 digit code on app (hand written on the app). I didn’t use it and had no problem. I think it is to give credit to flight attendants because they want you to turn it in during the flight.

Edit: For some reason the app wouldn’t fill using Firefox. Had to switch to Chrome.


#2

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#3

This is not a special offer and does not require any special codes, as all the same terms are on the Barclays web page for this card. It’s also not the best ever offer – it used to be 60,000 miles after 1st purchase.

Barclays is expected to release a new card product (Arrival Premiere) in a week, so I wouldn’t waste an inquiry on an AA card just yet.


#4

Win some - lose some! :rofl:

Maybe not a “special” deal but not bad for 4 x US RT’s with no spend.


#5

I got the 60k offer late last year. Super easy way to get some AA miles.


#6

On FT there is some discussion of a way to churn AA credit cards by Citi still. Anyone know how to decipher their cryptic language?


#8

Did you read the FAQ? Perhaps someone could help if you posted exactly what you can’t decipher.


#9

FWIW The “new offer” is the same 50K miles but with the fee waived for the first year but a $2500 spend is required, The “original offer” that is in the OP is still available through end of may.


#10

link to The “new offer” is the same 50K miles but with the fee waived?


#11

Have you tried looking on www.americanairlines.com or www.aa.com? Consider that a hint. :smiley: