AAdvantage is giving out elite status–Gold tier–and you might be one of the lucky targeted customers.

Here is the landing page for the link of the promotion given out in the targeted email. The promo code is HV18G. Check now to see if you get Gold status benefits through May 25!

What do you get with Gold status?

Some of the highlights are…

  • Complimentary upgrades on flights 500 miles or less within North America (confirmed as early as 24 hours before departure)
  • Priority through the airport at check-in, security and boarding
  • 7 award miles/U.S. dollar (40% bonus)
  • Complimentary access to Preferred seats
  • 1 free checked bag
  • oneworld® RubySM status on partner airlines

You’ll also get ten 500-mile upgrades just for registering, with “no strings attached”, according to AA.

Bottom Line

You don’t need to have elite status in another program to “match” to Gold status for this offer, nor do you have to purchase anything/fly with American to earn Gold status. This promotion appears to be an outright freebie. All you have to do is check if you were targeted, and register if you are. Then enjoy free perks!

Terms and conditions of the offer can also be read on the landing page of the above link. Your Gold status should kick in at the most ten business days after registering.

I love free things. Sadly I wasn’t targeted. Were you?

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