American AAdvantage 30 Deals in the Next 30 Business Days, and Register Today to Receive Bonus Miles for Flights

2011 marks the 30th anniversary of the birth of the modern frequent flyer program, American AAdvantage launched May 1, 1981. United’s program was launched a matter of days later. (David Rowell claims that Texas Air’s program launched in 1979 counts, but American’s is generally regarded as the starting point.)

To celebrate 30 years of frequent flyer miles and as the first and certainly first surviving program, American is launching 30 deals in 30 days.

And you’ll want to check it each and every day. Today’s deal is that you can register for up to 30,000 bonus miles flying American. Book on AA.com by April 30, 2011 for travel between May 15, 2011 and November 15, 2011 for the following bonuses:

    1st roundtrip = 1,000 bonus miles
    2nd roundtrip = 3,000 more bonus miles
    3rd roundtrip = 6,000 more bonus miles
    4th roundtrip = 9,000 more bonus miles
    5th roundtrip = 11,000 more bonus miles

A list of upcoming deals/partners can be found at Milepoint:

April 18 – Bonus miles for up to 5 R/Ts booked on AA.com btw 4/18-4/30, travel btw 5/15-11/15
April 19 – Avis
April 20 – AAdvantage
April 21 – AAdvantage
April 22 – AAdvantage
April 25 – AAdvantage
April 26 – Dollar
April 27 – American Cellars
April 28 – AA.com
April 29 – Energy Plus
May 2 – 1-800-Flowers
May 3 – AAdvantage eShopping
May 4 – AA Vacations
May 5 – Starwood
May 6 – Hertz
May 9 – American Airlines
May 10 – Citi
May 11 – Fairmont
May 12 – Admirals Club
May 13 – Netflix
May 16 – Lending Tree
May 17 – Radisson
May 18 – AAdvantage Dining
May 19 – AAdvantage
May 20 – LifeLock
May 23 – La Quinta
May 24 – Buy AAmiles
May 25 – ????
May 26 – Alamo
May 27 – Days Inn

At a minimum American will have me visiting aa.com/aadvantage30th each weekday..

About Gary Leff

Gary Leff is one of the foremost experts in the field of miles, points, and frequent business travel - a topic he has covered since 2002. Co-founder of frequent flyer community Milepoint.com, emcee of the Freddie Awards, and named one of the "World's Top Travel Experts" by Conde' Nast Traveler (2010-Present) Gary has been a guest on most major news media, profiled in several top print publications, and published broadly on the topic of consumer loyalty. More About Gary ┬╗

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  1. >At a minimum American will have me visiting aa.com/aadvantage30th each weekday..

    Or more likely, I’ll just read your blog daily…. ­čÖé

  2. I entered my AAdvantage number and yet I don’t really know if I’m registered for the promotion, a new window pops up to book flights without any confirmation that I have been registered. Now only if I had serious reasons to fly like I did in the previous decade.

    Promo #1 is only good for 12 days. I find that a cheapskate promo for a 30th Anniversary. And Days Inn is the last promo? What’s that promo for……..3 miles per stay?

    Hope the other ones are better…..gotta a feeling most promos won’t be so hot and the boardroom putting it together, Donald Trump Apprentice rejects? I dunno…

    ED

  3. @ED – If you are concerned, take a screen shot. It appears that nothing more than submitting your account is needed. Not sure how a freebie/giveaway promo could possibly be considered “cheapskate”. If you don’t like the price of admission, just don’t participate… it’s not like you’re obligated. You could give your business to an airline that isn’t offering a promo at all.

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