You can earn 700 AAdvantage miles by entering American Airlines’ Miles for Milestones giveaway, a celebration of the 35th anniversary of the American Airlines AAdvantage® program. 35 winners will be chosen for the grand prize of 350,000 AAdvantage miles.                                                           _

Getting approximately $12 worth of miles for about five minutes of work is a great deal for me, especially since it resets the expiration clock in your American Airlines account, extending your entire mileage balance’s expiration for 18 months.

What to Do

1. By June 1 at 12:00 PM CDT, register here by filling out your name, email, AAdvantage number and what milestone you are saving miles for. This will earn you 350 American Airlines miles.

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2. After completing the registration, you will be given another option on the next screen to share what Milestone you are looking forward to either on Facebook, Twitter, or by emailing AAdvantage.

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3. AAdvantage will send you an email with a link to claim the other 350 miles after sharing via any of those platforms.

When Do I Get the Miles?

The promotion ends June 1. The miles should hit your account six to eight weeks after that.

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Bottom Line

Entering American Airlines Miles for Milestones giveaway will take you less than five minutes, and you are guaranteed 700 miles. You might even win 350,000 miles!

Miles for Milestones Giveaway Terms and Conditions can be found at the bottom of this page.

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