American Airlines Miles Resume Expiration on July 1, But There's a New Exception

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On April 2, 2020, American Airlines announced a pause on mileage expiration. However, the pause was only through June 30, 2020, and American Airlines didn't extend this pause. As of July 1st, American Airlines AAdvantage® miles begin expiring again.

But, there's a new exception to this rule. Effective July 1, 2020, American Airlines won't apply its mileage expiration policy to AAdvantage® members under age 21.

Do American Airlines Miles Expire?

Yes, American Airlines AAdvantage® miles expire if you have no earning or redemption activity on your account in an 18-month period.

Per the AAdvantage® FAQs page:

Just earn or redeem miles on American or with an AAdvantage® partner at least once every 18 months. We’ll automatically extend your mileage expiration date 18 months from the date of your most recent activity.

With the policy change on July 1, 2020, this 18-month activity requirement won’t apply to AAdvantage® members under age 21. Once a member turns 21, the member will need to generate activity sometime in the next 18 months to avoid mileage expiration.

For members who turned 21 prior to July 1, 2020, the 18-month activity period will be retroactively applied to the 21st birthday. American Airlines provides the following example of how this works: “If a member turned 21 on March 1, 2020, the 18-month qualifying activity period for this member will start on March 1, 2020.”

Fortunately for the rest of us, there are plenty of ways you can earn or redeem AAdvantage® miles.

Fastest Options for Extending American Mile Expiration

For those with a short amount of time before miles expire here are a few options:

  1. Leave a comment on the AwardWallet Blog! If approved, we'll give you 5 AAdvantage® miles. (terms and conditions apply)
  2. Donate AAdvantage® miles — American states that donations may take up to 48 hours to process, some have reported the transaction posting within a few hours. You can donate a minimum of 1,000 miles.
  3. Buy AAdvantage® miles — Posting time ranges from instant to 48 hours. The cost is around ~$70 to buy the minimum 2,000 miles.
  4. Transfer from Marriott Bonvoy — You can transfer Marriott Bonvoy points to AAdvantage® miles at a 3 to 1 ratio. You need to transfer at least 3,000 points. According to AwardWallet tracking, the average transfer time is around 48 hours.

Here's our post on the current promotions to buy American Airlines miles. You can check our miles purchase times page to see how long it will take for American miles to post.

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Opening a Bask Savings Account is hands down the easiest way to permanently eliminate “stop my American miles from expiring” from your to-do list. There's no limit to the number of miles you can earn, and it's quick and easy to set up. Check out our full review for more details.
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Other Ways to Earn AAdvantage® Miles

Here are some other ways you can earn AAdvantage® miles (some of these options won't credit to your account right away):

AA also regularly has special offers and promotions, which let you pick up extra miles as a one-off and keep your account alive, so keep your eyes on the AA site to find one of those offers.

How to Redeem Your AAdvantage® Miles

If you looking for ideas on how to get more value from your miles, check out our post on AAdvantage® redemption sweet spots. You may also find our post about American Airlines partners helpful with planning your next trip. When you’re ready to book, just head to the award search page.

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  • Vic pizzitola says:

    I am definitely going to be looking into Choice offers. Planning a trip in January. It’s perfect! Let you know how it goes! Thx!

  • Commenting to earn 5 points and extend expiration. Thanks for this info.

  • My AA points are expiring in 4 months. I’d like to see about getting the 5 pts from commenting on the blog!

  • My AA points are expiring in 4 months. I’d like to see about getting the 5 pts from commenting on the blog!

  • My AA points are expiring, will this comment extend the expiration, that is the question!

  • Michael J Macken says:

    I take this tool for granted. I need to be more active in being current with my reading of all the great information.

  • Never under estimate the power of knowledge. Hoping to extend my points expiration date.

  • A lot of useful information. I thought you could donate points to charity as well? I’m about to expire with no other ways to extend at moment. Does this comment count..

    • Jill Anderson says:

      Points expiring today and just found this line of comments. Hope to extend by miles today and will read the Award Wallet Blog more regularly after this. Hope this works in time!!

  • My favorite way to get AA miles is their Rewards Dining, as I like to eat out, and that’s easy. I’ve also purchased magazines with miles, Itunes songs, and even donated miles to charity. All work well. Now I’ll try the blog approach. AwardWallet makes it easy to track expirations: Pro Tip, plan ahead, as miles don’t post for 6-8 weeks for most of these methods.

  • Great article. Never good to lose miles due to expiration.

  • Thanks for the link to blog post showing how to prevent miles from expiring!

  • Brent Strombom says:

    Thanks for the great post. I’d like to see about getting my points extended.

  • Always good to have different options beside using the credit card or actual flying to keep the points active. Thank you in advance for the free 5 miles! 🙂

  • My AA miles are about to expire in March so I was looking at different ways to keep my account active.
    Being based in Europe/Germany I am not aware of any credit cards available here, nor is the dining program an option when you are not in North America.

    The rates for the exchange of hotel points are horrible so are the prices when purchasing miles on AA’s website.

    Hopefully this blog entry will do the trick.

    offtopic – to keep your IHG-account active you can buy an online e-magazine or book on their website which only costs a few points…

  • Award Wallet is helpful for me in tracking my family miles.

  • How long does it take for the points to be posted for comments made here? I still have a few weeks until my miles expire, but I am getting a little nervous.

  • Thanks for showing how to prevent miles from expiring!

  • Aleta Wolfe Gentile says:

    Is this still a valid method to obtain miles for a comment to keep miles from expiring?

  • It takes about 10 days for the miles to show up in your account, so don’t wait too long, if you’re miles are to expire soon.

    I was really happy, when I finally saw the miles in my account.

  • Thanks for this – trying it!

  • Tyler Sanfino says:

    Commenting for my extra miles

  • This is super helpful. Just found out my miles are expiring in a few days and will try the options above. Thanks for sharing!

  • Appreciate the effort to help the community! Thanks for the link-up with AAdvantage 🙂

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  • Bruce Meyers says:

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  • Great that I can get points to extend my expiry date! I hope it is successful.

  • Germán Villarreal says:

    It may be useful for someone else: in Argentina you can earn miles by just using any Santander Rio AAdvantage Card.
    AwardWallet has just reminded me about my expiring miles, can´t be more grateful. Acting now to prevent it!

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  • Thank you for this great article. It will be very useful to me as I am living in New Zealand and there are not many ways I can earn miles here so I will be following your tips so all my miles do not expire!

  • Sometimes I wonder if it is even worth keeping up with miles. They make it so difficult to keep them active if you aren’t flying frequently. I guess I would rather they keep the status quo rather than devaluing the miles though. At least this way if you are willing to work for it you can still benefit.

  • Does anyone have recent experience with methods that post miles the fastest? I’m right around the threshhold of 5 business days to expiration, but given that it took 10 days for Chris in February to get miles via AwardWallet, I may try multiple methods to hedge my bets (e.g., AA Shopping). Thanks!

  • If we get AA miles from a blog comment, will they post the same week? I’d rather not see my miles expire while waiting.

  • Jean Swindells says:

    Using AwardWallet, I manage the accounts for our whole family without feeling martyred! Your annual fee is well worth paying. Although most of us live in Canada, we do have AA accounts. However, they often verge on expiring, so now I need 5 miles for one of our grandsons. Thanks!

  • Jay Shin says:

    Wow, what a great benefit. Being in a AA hub almost all of my travel is done on AA. However, my family this year is actually going on United for the first time in ages so my families miles are going to expire (last year we used Virgin/Alaska). I wish I had known this sooner would have saved thousands of miles for the fam.

  • Steve Carter says:

    Heard about AW a year ago and thought I’d post just to see if the miles actually posted to AA. They did. Started using them ever since. You guys are awesome!

  • Steve Carter says:

    Oh. Also, their subscription for keeping track of all the different miles in one place is pretty nice. Signed up for that too. Definitely worth the yearly fee.

  • Wondering if there are other ways to use miles so they don’t go wasted. I looked into Miles for Mags but I don’t read any of those magazines. Are there any similar programs where I can get something I can use and that way don’t let my expiring miles go to waste?

    What about donating miles? Where can that be done?

  • I came across this site while looking into ways to extend my AA miles. Just testing the option to post a comment!

  • Ian Mesoznik says:

    Commenting to earn 5 points and extend expiration. Thanks for this info.

  • Time for mileage renewals for some of my fam. Much appreciated!

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    AwardWallet is a great service. I subscribe to the premium service and it keeps track of all my miles/points. Thanks in advance for the 5 AA miles!

  • Brian J Nielsen says:

    Help! My miles are about to expire! Please let this comment serve as notice that I would prefer they not do that!

  • Does anyone know if you can still claim AAmiles after the hotel stay? My miles are expiring in 3 months and I just stayed at an ICH hotel last weekend… Is there a way to claim the miles after your stay?

  • I used to have a UK credit card linked to AA award miles but it got withdrawn. The US cards don’t seem to have a UK equivalent which is a real shame. It’s a great way of collecting miles and stopping expiration.

  • Very helpful blog. Thanks!

  • Commenting to earn 5 points and extend expiration. Thanks for this info.

  • Help! I’d rather have my miles not expire!

  • Don’t forget the shopping options through AA’s website. Currently they have a promotion for extra miles.

  • My mile expire in November. Thanks for the points!

  • This is very helpful info! I am commenting so that my miles will not expire. I will also check out the promotion for extra miles.

  • This is incredibly helpful! I have AA miles that are about to expire, and realized that thanks to AwardWallet emails.
    I hope this blog comment will extend the expiration date, although they do expire in just 2 days.


  • Very helpful post. I rely on awardwallet to let me know when points are about to expire. It’s great to see all the improvements to the site over the years, too.

  • Thanks for the post. Thanks in advance for the 5 AA miles.

  • Thank you AwardWallet for providing a little bit more peace of mind over the years about a silly, yet important thing: maintaining miles. I heard a few more airlines are eliminating expirations, as United did in August 2019. In the meantime, we’ll need services like these and good ways to get a few incremental miles to renew miles.

  • Marc Weisenfreund says:

    My AA miles expire in 3 months. Hoping this comment will earn me 5AA miles and extend the expiration.

  • Thanks for all the helpful information!

  • Thanks for these. Some really helpful tips here definitely! I think that using your miles for hotels and cars is a really good idea!

  • Great information! Thank you so much. always helpful to have different ways to keep your miles.

  • Very helpful information! Also, AwardWallet is a great way to keep track of your miles!!

  • Kellie Shellenberger says:

    I appreciate the information and the Award Wallet tool!

  • Award wallet continues to be the bees’ knees! Well played.

  • Thanks for the opportunity for 5 miles.

  • Is 5 miles enough to keep miles from expiring? If so, how much time does this buy me?

  • Linda Zaklikowski says:

    my AA miles expiring at end of November and then searched links and came across this blog about how to extend the expiry date! This service will be helpful as I don’t live in US anymore and don’t always travel on OneWorld partners. I will definitely be reading more blog posts

    • Linda Zaklikowski says:

      When I was submitting there was an issue with my AA link and so I hit SKIP FOR NOW as everytime I hit REFRESH ACCOUNTS it was showing ERROR. My question is how can I go back and “Refresh Account” or will the 5 points automatically go to my AA linked account (now that I fixed that link with Award Wallet)? I’ve read through FAQ’s and nothing there about how to go back and refresh? Appreciate your advice.

  • My points expire in 7 days but I signed up for AA card like 2 weeks ago and have been using the card. Looks like the miles don’t get posted until the closing date and a payment is made. to be on safer side, i also made a purchase at lowes via their eshopping site. I am planning to call the customer service on Monday to clarify my standing.

  • Thanks for the helpful tips in keeping my miles from expiring, i will be a user for many years to come.

  • Andre Monteiro says:

    I love this feature from AwardWallet. I was told my miles were expiring and this is a really useful way of adding some points in a fast manner. Great job!!

  • ROBERT E ROY says:

    I am so glad I joined AwardWallet!!! I just saw that my American Airlines points are scheduled to expire in early 2020. I had NO IDEA!!! Thank You!!

  • The reminder and functionality of the blog are greatly appreciated, keep up the good work!

  • Commenting to earn 5 points and extend expiration. Thanks for this info, in order to be able to don´t loss the miles!

  • I have been looking for a program that would make me aware of when my miles are expiring and came across this when I realized that my AA points are expiring in a few months. I am excited to give this a try!

  • Great service! And great idea for the promotion – it makes it easy to keep American miles from expiring.

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  • This is such a valuable article.. thank you for posting

  • Robert Lymburner says:

    As a frequent traveler, I am so glad I found AwardWallet to help keep track of various mileage programs. Looking forward to expanded use!

  • Jeremy McGale says:

    AA and Award Wallet. That is way to go. That can help protect the account.

  • Just realized that this works with multiple AA accounts being tracked under one AwardWallet account. Super useful for managing kids’ accounts!

  • I am so glad I found this article, looking forward to points never expiring again!

  • Commenting to earn 5 points and extend expiration. This is really helpful. Thanks.

  • Thanks in advance—wasnt there a commercial about leaving a south american country and when boarding AA–their was a sense of relief ?

  • Thanks for sharing this feature with everyone, definitely one of the best way to keep members engaged.

  • Thank you for the information.
    This is really helpful tips to use the aa mileage.

  • Top Tip, my account updated in less than 48 hours. Award Wallet is a must have for any miles/points collector. Thank you.

  • Carolina Montera says:

    I hope to prevent that my milles expire. Thanks for the info!

  • thanks for the info

  • Great tips for earning and preserving miles on American Airlines
    many thanks

  • Helpful article. Posting comment to keep my miles from expiring, thanks AA!

  • Milesflipper says:

    Mine are expiring even though I had 5 points from award wallet post recently.


  • Does this still work? Mine show expiry even with the 5 points from a comment.

  • This works and it’s great.

  • I took this tool for granted. Now that I know more about it. I will use it more. Also love the five miles if you comment. Score!!

  • Check your Dining Rewards points regularly – I find I need to drop them an email fairly often for missing dines, especially if a card is moved between dining accounts

  • Great service, really good idea to keep miles from expiring. Look forward to exploring the other options on this site. Much thanks!

  • I am kicking myself because I didn’t realize AA had a shopping portal and I could have been earning so many miles this whole time! Thanks for showing me all the ways to earn!

  • Thanks for this great information

  • Patricio Caro says:

    Hello my miles are about to expire 03/30/20

    Can you help me to keep that from happening?

    Thank you

    • If you have miles that have expired or are expected to expire within 5 business days we highly recommend you look at alternative means to keep your miles alive.
      Purchasing miles is the fastest way we’ve seen. Also, please note that there is a limit of 5 miles earned per day.

      • I understand that AwardWallet will give me 5 miles per day and in this way the ones I already have will be renewed?

        • Patricio, what do you mean by “AwardWallet will give me 5 miles per day”? We’re happy to approve comments that answer questions for other readers or share your personal experience or opinion related to the post on which your comment is submitted. However, we won’t approve comments like “‘Thanks!“, “Great deal”, “Cool’” from folks that comment frequently. We have this policy because superficial comments clutter the discussion without adding value.
          So, if the majority of submitted comments doesn’t provide value, a reader won’t be allowed to comment. Please note that we don’t promise anywhere that you will get your 5 miles even if your post is approved. If you are posting comments on our blog only for the purpose of getting 5 miles for each post we recommend that you stop doing that.

          • Irene, my English is not good and I am using the google translator to write them, maybe the translation was not good.
            I decide if there was a misunderstanding.

            On the other hand I want to thank you for helping me not to lose the miles I had in AA, because thanks to the 10 miles granted, the total was renewed for 1.5 years.

            Thank you very much AwardWallet for helping me !!!!


  • I posted a week ago (2/22/20), got the pop-up for the miles and yet received no miles and now my comment is missing. There was nothing inappropriate about my post. Disappointing.

  • This is the easiest way to keep AA miles alive in seldom used accounts (ie my kids). Hopefully it also increases page views for AwardWallet so that they can continue to offer it. I’ve been a paid user for years. Well worth the money!

  • This used to be a nice tool but both comments I posted over the last week disappeared (as mentioned by a different user above). Hope you get this fixed soon.

  • I was just informed by AwardWallet-Team that this nice little feature now works again. Fingers crossed.

  • Fabulous way to keep track of AA points. Wish I’d known about AwardWallet earlier.

  • Hope it keep working. A nice way to keep my miles 🙂

  • Does it work also with two accounts?

  • Thank you AwardWallet! Can’t wait to get back to traveling. I have about five international trips all planned out.

  • Doesn’t look like I’m flying any time soon and need to extend my expiration. Thanks AwardWallet! We’ve been a paid users for years. Well worth the money!

  • kyoung an bang says:

    I am really happy to know these valuable tips. I was worried that my AA mileage would be expired soon. But I am relieved now and thank you for watching my account, AwardWallet.

  • I track all my points in a spreadsheet but Award Wallet gives me a backup warning, which is great. I need to prevent some AA miles from expiring and love that I can do it through a blog comment. Unfortunately, as some mentioned, a comment I posted a few days ago disappeared without being approved, so I’m trying again.

    • Looks like my comment did eventually post. Now waiting to see if miles show up. Thanks!

    • As I see, your comments have been approved. We’re happy to approve comments that answer questions for other readers or share your personal experience or opinion related to the post on which your comment is submitted.

      However, we won’t approve comments like “‘Thanks!“, “Great deal”, “Cool’” from folks that comment frequently. We have this policy because superficial comments clutter the discussion without adding value.

  • I am so excited that I can extend my expiration date on my AA award miles, especially during this time of social distancing. Thank you, AwardWallet!!!

  • Leslie Stork says:

    Haven’t flown AA in a while, so glad I can post this to keep it current. Wish some of the other airlines would connect with Award Wallet. Do appreciate having one site to check points on. Thanks.

  • MITCHELL says:

    Has anyone else found it difficult to find AA Dining partners where they live? I am in a semi-rural community and the closest restaurant is an hour away in a city of about 200,000 people and there is still only one partner. Does anyone know of a way to request that local restaurants join the program?

  • Lawrence G Heaton says:

    I think in this period where air travel has 90% stopped AA should eliminate there 18 month mile expiration. I’m grateful that award wallet provides a way around that issue with 5 miles for a comment. Thanks

  • David Skau says:

    Yes, I agree – most other airlines are extending terms it seems, as much as through the end of the year. American is too of course, but beginning of July is still very soon, before most people are willing to really resume travel – and many routes still aren’t operating even!

  • Karl Larson says:

    I just renewed my AwardWallet subscription, and received a helpful notification that my AA miles were exporting next month, with a link to this blog post. This is a great service!

  • The AwardWallet team continues to deliver on their service to their loyal following of customers. It’s amazing that they figured out a way to actually help customers from losing their expiring points by actually integrating in with a company like American Airlines so customers can earn points via the AwardWallet website. Because of their dedication to customers, our family was able to prevent our two American Airlines accounts’ points from expiring. Thank you so much.

  • During the COVID crisis it would be great if American Airlines extended the mileage expiration date – or eliminated it completely (as some of the other airlines have done). Currently, taking a flight or booking a cruise is not an option! I just joined AwardWallet and will try to use this service and the functionality of Awardwalet to prevent AA miles from expiring! Way to go Awardwalet!

  • Bhavesh Lakhataria says:

    Great Info and Blog !! Hoping to extend my points expiration date.

  • I haven’t flown with AA for a while. So glad to know I can post here to save my miles.
    This is a great service! Thanks Award Wallet

  • It’s good that American Airlines extended the mileage expiration date for a little while during the pandemic, but it would be so much better if their miles never expired, like so many other airlines have now done. That said, I’m glad I found this blog and site, and am hopefully able to keep my miles alive, as I don’t envision flying anytime soon. Thanks AwardWallet for saving my miles!

  • I’ve been using AwardWallet for quite some time, and I really appreciate that they keep track of my miles and expiration! I was intrigued by the Bask Savings Account option for future travels, but the amount required to make even the sign up bonus worth it is rather tough during this pandemic. Besides, the miles earned are taxable, which adds a layer of complication. Thank you for giving me the option to earn a few miles by commenting — it will buy me time to use some of these other strategies in the future.

  • Hi there, if I´m not mistaken transferring AA miles extends mileage expiration. But does this work for both the recipient and the sender? Thanks.

    • I’m not sure that transferring miles counts as qualifying activity. Here is the section from AAdvantage’s T&C:
      “AAdvantage® members must have mileage earning or redeeming activity once every 18 months in order to retain their miles. If your account has no qualifying activity in any 18-month period, all miles in the account will expire. Qualifying activity extends the expiration date of all unexpired mileage credit in your account for 18 months from the date of the qualifying activity. Qualifying activity is defined as redeeming any AAdvantage® award or accruing mileage credit on any eligible American, American Eagle® or AAdvantage® airline participant as well as accruing mileage credit with participating hotels, car rental companies, credit cards, telecommunication providers and other service providers offering AAdvantage® mileage credit.”

      The good news is that anyone can extend AA mile expiration just by connecting their AwardWallet account with their AAdvantage account and commenting to earn 5 miles!

  • AwardWallet has helped me keep better track of my miles, and it reminded me that my AAdvantage miles are expiring soon. Anyway, I’m grateful for this service.

  • Thank you! I hope this post can extend my AA miles.

  • I wish AA would follow UA and not expire miles

  • Yaakov Bennish says:

    Thank you for sharing this, very helpful. if only AA would follow United and Delta and not have expiry…

  • Steven William Van Meter says:

    So there’s an option for charity donation… well charity begins at home. Besides, way too many taxes for even consider it. I like the other options in this deal though.

  • As always many thanks for the tip and the opportunity to keep the account active

  • Steven P says:

    THANKS AGAIN Award Wallet for reminding that my miles are soon to expire and for giving me suggestions on how to prevent it.

    You have saved me countless times!

  • It was good of American to temporarily suspend expirations. Makes sense that the policy should start up again too.

  • They really ought to stop expiring miles or at least make it like 3 years.

  • Thank you for providing such a great resource! AA does seem to be the airline most quickly ramping up normal operations (points expiration, booking middle seats, etc).

  • Graciela Santos says:

    Muy útil AwardWallet 🙂

  • Is a petty that this mileage program still have expiration. It may triggers no so frequent flyers to choose other companies where the mileages program has not expiration

  • Ritu Mehta says:

    I heard that miles also do not expire if you are under the age of 21, is that correct?

  • Great news but still American should do more like Delta and United

  • Shailesh Neil Mehta says:

    I definitely think offering opportunities requiring a smaller amount of contribution will be helpful to many as well. That would be a nice gesture by American since many are not traveling due to the crisis, but still would like keep their miles for future travel.

  • Kristen M says:

    Thanks so much for both the reminder that my American miles are expiring soon and for the list of ways to keep my account active and avoid losing my miles!

  • victoria lorenzo says:

    Hi, thank you so much for you info. I just coudn t find on my aadvantage account where i shoul go to donate milles for AA ong.
    Any way you give me more opcions not to lose my milles. So i gues this comment. Will help me get my 5 milles to extend my milles for 18 month.
    Thank you so much.

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