American Airlines Learn and Earn: Free 1,000 Miles

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aa1000American Airlines has a another easy trivia game where you can earn 1,000 free AAdvantage miles. You’ll also be entered to win two First Class round-trip tickets to anywhere they fly.

Just watch some videos and answer some questions about their program… and you can skip to the last 5 seconds of each YouTube video if you wish. (I had some problems skipping past the videos on Safari, but Chrome worked fine.) The questions are pretty easy to figure out, although they seem to vary. Here are the ones I got with answer hints:

  • Exploring your account, you can do… all of the above.
  • Not an Elite level… iron.
  • Most people redeem miles for… flights.
  • Dining rewards are from…. dining.
  • Earn miles from Citi credit cards on… all of the above.
  • American flights daily… 6,700.

A one-time maximum of 1,000 AAdvantage bonus miles can be earned per AAdvantage member. Additional bonus miles cannot be earned by watching the videos more than once. Your bonus miles earned will be saved upon completion of registration. If you leave before registering, you will have to start over when you return.

Miles will post within 8 weeks after promotion ends. AA miles currently expire after 18 months of inactivity. I just earned 1,000 miles each for my wife and I, for a total of at least $20 of value in 6 minutes. Not too shabby.

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Comments

  1. Funny, it’s taking me a #$** of a lot longer than six minutes to capture these miles. I got through the first 5 segments but the sixth segment keeps looping and I’m not offered a question to answer. Have now spoken to three AA employees, none of whom have been informed by AA management of this program. Quite frustrating!

    Still on hold. So sad when management keeps employees in the dark so they can’t help their loyal customers.

  2. Thanks! These things are a savior for me, trying to hold onto my miles.

  3. Cake walk. Thanks!

  4. Still have not received the miles. Guess it is not 8 weeks yet.

  5. Just check my AA account and they still haven’t shown up. Hopefully they’re just being slow since I’m not looking forward to contacting them and trying to resolve this.

  6. Ahh, nevermind. According to their twitter account the promotion ended June 12th, and miles will post 6-8 weeks from that date. So around August 7 at the latest.

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