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Loyalty Program Perk: Get 25,000 AA Points With Sprint

Oct. 5, 2018
Loyalty Programs, Travel
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Thinking about changing your wireless carrier?

You might as well get a flight out of it, too. American Airlines recently has partnered with Sprint on a new offer: If you activate a new Sprint account, you can earn up to 25,000 miles in one year.

That’s enough for a MileSAAver round-trip domestic, main cabin class ticket (plus fees).

Get the deal

  • Activate a new sprint account
  • Provide your AAdvantage number upon sign-up
  • Maintain one phone line in good standing

The fine print

  • Sprint account must be active 30 days to receive bonus
  • Miles are earned per account, not per person (i.e., a family plan would earn the same as a one-phone plan)
  • This offer is not combinable with the Sprint Works program or business accounts
  • Already a Sprint member? Existing users can earn 5,000 AAdvantage points per year by maintaining one active phone line in good standing. Each month you receive 417 points. To enroll in this, add your AAdvantage number to your account. It’s an easy way to earn more miles with American Airlines.NerdWallet does not guarantee promotions, flights, routes or dates. They are subject to change or expiration.

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