Bask Bank Launches New Refer-a-Friend Bonus

Bask Bank has launched a new offer which lets current account holders earn up to 25,000 American Airlines AAdvantage® miles by referring friends. We also cover ways you can put your bonus miles to good use, and how earning miles stacks up against a high-yield savings account earning 2% interest.

A Complete Guide to American Airlines Award Travel Rules

American Airlines AAdvantage miles can offer huge value if you know how and when to use them. If you learn the rules for booking awards, you’ll spend fewer miles, avoid unnecessary fees, and save valuable time planning your next trip. Here’s everything you need to know about booking award tickets with AAdvantage miles.

Earn 500 Bonus Miles Through American Airlines AAdvantage eShopping Portal

This week, you can earn 500 bonus miles through American Airlines when spending at least $200 in their shopping portal. This means that you can earn up to 2.5 bonus miles per dollar spent. That’s in addition to the bonus miles you’d otherwise earn through the portal and from your credit card spending. It’s a great way to double-dip on purchases you’re making anyway.

Save Up To 7,500 Miles on American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards (June-September 2020)

American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards are discounted award tickets to and from select destinations. Eligible Citi and Barclays American Airlines cardholders can get up to 7,500 miles off a round trip ticket by taking advantage of this great offer. Eligible destinations change monthly, so be sure to check before booking an American flight within the U.S. and Canada.

American Airlines Adds Online Award Booking for 20th Partner Airline

Over the past few years, American Airlines has added new partners, strengthened partnerships with existing partners, and made it easier to search and book awards online. On Wednesday afternoon, American Airlines added the ability to book award flights online for yet another partner. You can now search and book awards for 20 different partner airlines on AA’s website.